Does anyone make one, or is it possible to fit one from another bike? My only real gripe with this bike is it's lack of centre stand, especially when it's being sold as a worldwide model.
For everything really. Much easier to lube your chain, general maintenance, cleaning, checking tyre pressures etc. If I can't get one, I might go for an Abba stand, the only problem being, you can't carry one around with you.Wynne - do you need it primarily for servicing the bike, or want one overall? (I agree that I'd like one too)
It's seen more of a commuter bike over here, and that's how I use mine. Still, Honda could have made it an option, or fitted one as standard, and if you felt the need to remove it for racing, you could.Centrestand on a sportsbike = not good idea for cornering clearance
I've seen those before, and they look great for lubing your chain, but not much else.What about something like this? It's small enough to pack with you on a trip and lets you roll the rear tire.
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