Since Polisport’s foldable bike stand was launched, it has been featured and reviewed by industry publications all over the world, it has been used by many professional team and it was also the FIM Motocross World Championship Official Podium Bike Stand. A place it deserves for being a champion. The reasons for this success are quite clear. No other bike stand offers such a package of lightness, practicality and strength. Garages became roomier, vans and trailers grew to be larger and pits were made prettier.
As compact as you wish. Stronger than you'd imagine.
Polisport foldable Bike Stand keeps growing in popularity and it has also grown in sturdiness and rigidity. By further reinforcing the plastic composite and by introducing more structural rigidity, Polisport has made this unique accessory one of the most reliable products in the market.
- Up to 552 pounds / 250 kilograms.
- Folding design.
- Bi-material: polypropylene and rubber.
- Injection-molded rubber.
- High resistance structure.
- No tools required.
- Space saving.
- Easy to carry.
- FIM Motocross World Championship Official Podium Bike Stand.
- Decoration: Polisport painted and raised logo.
- Weight: 4300 gr / 9,48 lb / 4kg
- Open size: 300mm/ 11,81” x 420mm/ 16,54” x 450mm/ 17,72”
- Closed Size: 600mm/ 23,62” x 50mm /1,97”
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