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Few dirt bike accessories are as expedient as a kickstand for your bike. Whether you ride track, trail or dunes, having a kickstand offers a lot of convenience when you need to stop and have nothing to lean your bike against.
Whether your machine never had one or if it is just in need of a replacement, let us be your source for a new dirt bike kickstand. We carry several quality options. A Steahly or Trail Tech kickstand is custom-designed for your bike. It bolts right on to your machine without any modification. (Trail Tech even offers replacement pivot bolts and springs, so you can always replace individual parts down the road if you need to.) If you’re looking for a universal dirt bike kickstand, you can’t go wrong with Ricochet. By bolting directly onto your motorcycle’s swingarm, the Ricochet kickstand is both useful and simple to install – and you don’t have to worry about whether you’ve picked up the right part or not.
Regardless of whether you love motocross, enduro or just recreational riding, a kickstand is a perfect accessory to add to your dirt bike. And there’s nowhere better to shop than Rocky Mountain ATV/MC! Take a look at our options to find the right choice for you.
Shane in California
If you have an older KTM (2000-2004 I think) then you have to remove that the stock kickstand bracket / chain guide (2 bolts). I read a past review where he complained about the stand sticking out and that is the reason (I made the same mistake at first). I just installed it, so I can't give a good review yet. It mounts easy (if you do it right) and seems sturdy. It does stand the bike up a little too straight, but it works.Read All Reviews
Alex in ID
I read a few reviews on this before purchase, most said it is too upright. They are right, if you are trying to stand this bike up on flat ground... put some thing under the rear tire or find a divot for the leg to sit in. But, being out on the trail not needing a stick or hill to lean it on... saves the day.Read All Reviews