The Oxford ZERO-G front motorcycle paddock stand is perfect for your garage and riders looking to safely maintain their pride and joy. The heavy duty steel construction, heavy duty fasteners and over sized base delivers increased stability and makes working on your bike a dream come true.
The Oxford ZERO-G paddock stands cater for all kinds of motorbikes. This includes those with single-sided swing arms and for riders with preferences for how they lift their ride, such as a choice of fork or headstock mounted front stands. Front Motorcycle Paddock Stand Features. Oval tubing to prevent rotation. Torsional supports for increased stability.
Billet aluminium top cap for tight interface with lifting forks. Robot welded for high build quality and consistency. Large wheels for increased stability. Stand weight: 5.8 kg. Lift height: 335 mm (pin centre).U lifter included (L cups available as optional extra). All Oxfords ZERO-G motorcycle paddock stands are engineered using the latest CAD technology and 3D modelling techniques.
By being scientifically designed to minimise the required effort to move a given load, the new ZERO-G range of paddock stands literally take the weight off. Even better, they are able to do this without weighing too much themselves, making them even easier to use and live with. The average bike weighs 210 kg, split 60/40 front to rear. That means that a rear paddock stand has to withstand on average 84 kg.
The world's heaviest bikes (which aren't paddock stand compatible) weigh over 400kg, meaning a rear paddock stand would have to withstand 120 kg. ZERO-G Paddock stands are all rated to 300 kg, with a huge safety margin. Oxfords in-house tensile tester tested all examples and they have withheld at least 1800 kg. This item is in the category "Vehicle Parts & Accessories\Motorcycle Maintenance, Stands & Towing\Lifts & Stands\Paddock Stands".
The seller is "brillbikebitz" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, all countries in continental Asia, United States, European Union.