Abba superbike stand

old man

Registered User
Today I took delivery of an Abba superbike stand,What a marvellous device.From unpacking to bike on the stand less than ten minutes.Very easy and safe to use no balancing act or strength needed.Can't recommend highly enough.
 

L2RKE

Z1000sx Tourer
I have one too. No muscle required to use it. Just be wary when dropping the bike back down.
I have several light scratches now where it pops out of the frame. Possibly due to my uneven driveway.
 

PAD

Registered User
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A very handy piece of kit indeed.

I have never had issues with the adapters popping out of the frame and find it difficult to imagine how that might happen in the case of my Fi. It would need to be a very uneven surface. Can I take it that this is with the Z1000? Maybe there’s less contact area available?:nusenuse:
 

longfellow

Registered User
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Today I took delivery of an Abba superbike stand,What a marvellous device.From unpacking to bike on the stand less than ten minutes.Very easy and safe to use no balancing act or strength needed.Can't recommend highly enough.
That good i upgraded to the Skylift, excellent bit of kit and space saving over table lifts. HAPPY DAYS!
 
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L2RKE

Z1000sx Tourer
A very handy piece of kit indeed.

I have never had issues with the adapters popping out of the frame and find it difficult to imagine how that might happen in the case of my Fi. It would need to be a very uneven surface. Can I take it that this is with the Z1000? Maybe there’s less contact area available?:nusenuse:
Yes it's on the Z1000 Pad. Still think it's a good piece of kit.
 
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fink

living up to the name
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Had mine for what seems an eternity. One of the best bits of biking kit I have ever bought.
 
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