Oxford Premium Rear Paddock Stand
Customer Product Reviews
New rider - First paddock stand
I have been riding for two months now. I have an MT-09 with bobbins on the arm. I looked at cheaper stands but some did not come with bobbin hooks which would have cost another fifteen pounds. Great price at Sportsbikeshop. Stand needs two people really but once up is fantastic. Really stable and good access for chain and pizza box for collecting muck. If you are looking for a stand, buy this.
Excelent rear paddock stand
Great piece of equipment. Easy to assemble and sturdy enough to lift most motorcycles for home maintenance. Comes with changeable parts for swing arms and bobbins pins, and can be adjusted to a variety of widths.I use it for a 2019 Triumph Street Twin, with aftermarket bobbins, and it works great. Also, great price and delivery service from SBS. 10/10 would buy again!
Strong, well-built paddock stand
Bought this stand as a rear wheel paddock stand for an ordered but as yet undelivered Honda CB650R. Obviously haven't had a chance to use it, but, compared to other paddock stands i've had there is...well,... no comparison! This thing is built like a tank and looks like it would have no problem lifting a Gold Wing or a big Harley. Bolted together in minutes and really looks like a decent bit of kit - very confidence-inspiring, I'll have no qualms about lifting and parking my CB650 with it (when it arrives. Maybe.One day....). Slightly more expensive than some others it may be but it really is in a different league....
Great piece of kit for the garage
It took less than 5 minutes to put the stand together once the box was opened. It is very sturdy and different fittings mean you can use it with or without bobbin fittings. It comfortably lifts my Versys 1000 and although not recommended, it is of sufficient size that you could use it without assistance. Great price too from SBS!
Good but painful
Good stand and does the job. Very poor quality control though in the manufacturing in China as I cut myself very badly removing the protective sleeves around frame parts, the drilled holes were left with razor sharp burrs so be warned as you merrily remove the packing sleeves.