Ogio 180 Moto Stand
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    • Unlike previous stands where you had to lift the back of the bike onto the stand, the Ogio 180 does the lifting for you. Simply push the bike forward and the Ogio 180 does the rest. As the front tire rolls through the framework, the stand rotates 180 degrees and engages and lifts the bike onto the stand. To take the bike off, simply pull the bike back and the Ogio 180 will reverse the motion.
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    ogio 180 stand

    Comments On Feb 10, 2014:Don't expect this stand to work as advertised. I tried it with a kx450f and a yz250f both with the same results. Works correctly about 1out of 20 attempts. You also need quite a long runway to roll onto it so if you are using it in a confined area forget it. It does work decent as a lift on stand however if you are going to go that route get a regular stand that weighs half what this thing does. I feel sorry for anyone that paid full price for this thing!

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    Interesting idea but didn't work

    Comments On Jan 15, 2014:Tried many times to get to work but not even possible with XR650L. I even replaced my skid plate to provide a smoother surface. No luck. The quality seems nice but I could not get it to work one time. Garage art now.

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    Loved very good

    Comments On Jan 13, 2014:Just throw on the floor and pushing the bike slowly. fits like a glove ... I loved it. very easy to use ... I recommend ...

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    Depending on how you use it the stand can be great

    Comments On Dec 29, 2013:It's hard to use on certain surfaces. The best part about the stand is the wide bottom an open top. It is great for oil changes! If they weren't on sale I wouldn't have bought one and would be hard pressed to pay anything more than that having owned one.

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    This stand and I have a Love/Hate Relationship

    Comments On Dec 09, 2013:I would love the stand to work right, but the stand hates my skid plate on my '13 KTM 450sxf. The video shows bike rolling right on and tires still on the ground, but this stand picks both of my tires off the ground almost two inches (great for wrenching/washing). Regardless of terrain, I dont think I'll be able to use it as designed, but i have figure out my own technique; if i set the stand behind the front wheel, i can hold one of the horizontal rungs of the stand with my left foot so it keeps from pushing forward, then lift the rear and push forward up on the stand. What i really do like is the two bars across holding the bike instead of the usual platform because it lets you "balance" the bike in different areas for easier maintenance.

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    dont buy for a 2 stroke

    Comments On Dec 08, 2013:Good idea but not usable on a 2 stroke. I bought it to use on my cr 250 was really excited since I'm short and have a hard time putting my bike on a stand. The first few attempts were the stand moved and slid around on me then when I figured out a method that worked I found out that my pipe would make the stand roll before it was under the frame. I tryed everything I could think of to get it to work for me. It might work great on a crf or other 4 strokes. I'm glad I didn't pay full retail price for this thing.

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    great product for old guy

    Comments On Dec 07, 2013:I was skeptical about this after reading some reviews but rockymount sent me email with this on closeout so I thought I would give it a try.I have a 2006 yz450f and this stand works great.I tried it on the driveway and in the grass and no problems.Not sure I would have paid the original price but I am very pleased.

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    Ogio 180 Stand

    Comments On Aug 19, 2013:This stand can be awesome then it can really make mad at same time! It's a bittersweet relationship.... Will NOT work on a two-stroke because the pipe is in the way.

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    Comments On Aug 31, 2012:It's nice not to pick up the bike . works even better after a day of riding .

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    Nice concept but....

    Comments On Mar 03, 2011:A stand that only works with SOME bikes? What a great idea! This stand simply wedges itself between my bike's exhaust and frame no matter how careful I am to line it up. I can see how it should work but the logistics just don't play out on my bike. If I try rolling it over the stand a little more quickly in an effort to avoid the dreaded wedge the stand simply catches the tread of my front tire and goes for a ride until it smacks into something it shouldn't. Nice concept but it only works with some bikes where as nearly every other stand in on the market works with....well, every bike.

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