Heindl Engineering Cruiser Center Stand

  • Constructed from 14 Gauge 1-1/2” thick steel tubing
  • 3/16” Thick protective vinyl coating protects the bikes frame from scratching
  • Designed for cruiser style bikes with a double cradle tube frame and an unobstructed area underneath the bike
  • Lifts either the front or rear wheel depending on where you position the stand
  • Ideal for cleaning wheels, servicing bike or storing for the winter
  • Fully Mig Welded joints
  • Unique design allows the handle to be removed when bike is on the stand
  • Comfortable cushion vinyl handgrip
  • Correct lifting geometry for ease of use
  • Detailed operating instructions included
  • Stand is 9-1/4” high when raised
  • Durable Black powder coat finish
  • Available in Black only

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Sizing Information

  • Weight: 14 lbs.

Our Two Cents

Maintenance, detailing, and servicing your cruiser is now easier than ever with the Heindl Engineering Cruiser Center Stand. Fits almost all cruiser style motorcycles that have a double cradle tube frame with an unobstructed area underneath the bike. The crew at Heindl Engineering have tested this stand to loads far exceeding the weight of the heaviest production motorcycles on the market today. The comfortable cushion handgrip and the correct lifting geometry of this stand make it easy to operate, even for one person. I like the fact that they included the heavy duty 3/16” thick protective vinyl non marring pad to prevent scratching of the frame and took this feature to the next level by making it replaceable! Another ideal feature of the Cruiser Center Stand is the removable handle feature. This is great for saving space and eliminating a tripping hazard (the handle can only be removed after the bike is fully lifted off the ground). This stand can lift the front or rear wheel by simply positioning the stand properly before raising the bike. Towards the front to lift the front wheel, towards the rear to lift the rear wheel, it’s that simple.

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