No more lifting your dirt bike with the RR1 Ride-On Motocross lift stand from Risk Racing
September 05, 20192 min read
Are you tired of lifting your dirt bike onto a traditional stand? We don't blame you! After leaving every once of energy you have on the track, why should you pull into the pits and then risk burning your hand on the exhaust while you lift a heavy motocross bike onto a stand?
Actually, there has been little to no innovation in the traditional dirt bike stand since people have been using milk crates to hold their bike. The only difference in the modern stands and a milk crate is the cost!
Risk Racing solved this problem with the RR1 Ride-On Motocross Lift. No more lifting, grunting, or breaking your back to lift your bike after you pull off the track. Simply ride your bike over the RR1 Ride-On Motocross lift while it is in the lowered position. When your front tire hits the front of the RR1, the lift springs into action raising to the chassis of your bike. Then, just step on the foot pedal and your bike will lift off of the ground and lock into position.
To lower your bike, it is just a quick tap of the toe and the bike will be ready to hit the track again. It is the easiest motocross / Dirt bike lift or stand on the market.
For an entertaining video on the evolution of the motocross lift, you have to check out this video:
If you aren't convinced that Risk Racing has designed the best motocrross / dirt bike lift / stand on the market, then go to their website for more information and convincing. The owner will attest, of all their products, the RR1 Ride-On Motcross lift / stand is his favorite. It could be yours too! Check it out and purchase with coupon code MOTO15 on www.riskracing.com.
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