Are you looking at building a DIY motorcycle stand for your bike? You came to the right page. From vintage stands to modern ones, we have them all listed for your DIY pleasure. Most of the projects in this article are pretty much easy to follow.
All you have to do is pick a project, gather the materials and tools, then follow the building steps. Are you ready to build an amazing stand for your motorbike? Then keep reading. You would be glad you did.
1. How To Make A Adjustable Paddock Stand For Motorcycle
Firstly, you need to make a design for your adjustable paddock stand, and you can do this either by making a physical drawing or online with an app. Once you have gotten your design ready, you should move on to working on it, by cutting some square metal pipes into their desired shapes, weld them and form the base of the stand. The rest of the tasks and steps are easy to follow. This is a simple, movable, and easily adjustable paddock stand to make. It's a good build for beginners as well.
2. Homemade Dirt Bike Stand
This video tutorial started with the creator cutting pieces of metal pipes as part of the materials that will be used to make the dirt bike stand. After the cutting of the metal pipes, we have the drilling of holes into a few metal sheets. The creator used simple and available tools to build this dirt bike stand. It's efficient and not just functional but a better version of most bikes stands out there in the market.
3. How To Make A Motorcycle Stand
Motorcycle stands are usually quite small and portable, the same saying goes for this particular motorcycle stand in this video guide. It's small and portable, something that can be easily moved around, and probably won't occupy space in your garage, if you have one. You can easily attach and detach it from your motorcycle as many times as you wish to check your wheel. It's a simple project that requires simple tools to build with.
4. DIY Vintage Motorcycle Stand
This is a pretty cool vintage motorcycle stand, the steps are seamlessly easy, so I'm just going to run through them quickly. The first thing to do is to cut 4, 2, and 1 piece of your square tubing pipe, take a certain dimension of the tubing pieces and weld them together. Next tac the two handles of the stand, and probably add a grip on the two handles to make it easy for you to move it and put it in the bike. You can also add reinforcement for the handles to make it stronger, and then spray paint it for a great finishing.
5. Homemade Bike Stand
You might have a motorcycle and you service it regularly, you surely need a stand, and most of the ones you'll see online are too expensive so, for just £55, you can build this at home and it will function perfectly. This is a great stand because it can raise the bike pretty high off the ground making it easier for you to reach those hard to see parts of the underbelly of your bike and fix any problem there. Check the link to know more about the tools you'll use to make this.
6. DIY Paddock Stand
This paddock stand is easy to build but you first and most importantly, need a blueprint, a plan, a physical guide that you'll use to build this Stand in no time. Here are the few things you'll require to start making this paddock stand, a 1.5 inch 16 gauge square tube x 7 feet, 16mm 3-inch bolts 14mm 2-inch bolts, nuts, air compressor wheels, and spacers. Once you have all these ready, start following the steps, you'll have a great paddock stand in the end.
7. DIY Motorcycle Stand
Do you want to remove your rear bike tire, but you can't do that if you don't have an old stand. The task of creating a design on your online system is ideal, this is because you will have a clear understanding and view of what you are making. How one piece will fit into another, with this guide, as a beginner this tutorial will be a walk in the Park because of how simple it is. You'll continue the process of marking and cutting. Then, finally assembling and welding.
8. Steady Motorcycle Stand DIY
This motorcycle stand is a cheap build and also pretty simple and unique. You'll be making this out of wood, and it will also be steady on the ground, while the bike is in the stand you can check all you need to and nothing you want to the bike in an attempt to fix it without fear of the bike falling off the stand. The stand is quite big, bigger than the regular metal tube stand in my previous guides.
9. How To Make A DIY Paddock Stand
You can make this paddock stand for virtually any bike at all. Paddock stand is a great machine that keeps the bike in one good position without letting it fall off, it also keeps the wheel steady as you work on it. This guide is super easy and effortlessly simple to make. First, you need to choose your desired diameter for your metal tubing, then take some measurements, and finally, add all the pieces together according to the measurements, and your paddock stand will be ready for use.
10. Portable Motorcycle Stand DIY
This is a pretty portable motorcycle stand that you can make from the comfort of the home and you can also tuck it away and travel with it so that you can easily use it when you please. It's seamlessly easy to build and also quite cheap. This is a stand that can fit into your bag and you can carry it around, that's just the good thing about this stand. The downside is that it might not be strong enough for a heavier set of motorcycles, but you could reinforce it to take heavier bikes though so that it still serves you better.
I own a motorcycle and I couldn’t help but try to build a DIY motorcycle stand. Of all the stands listed in this article, my favorite was the DIY paddock stand, it is very easy to make if you can lay your hands on the materials and tools used for the build process.
Have you found a preferred DIY motorcycle stand? Care to share? The comments section is now officially opened for contributions or questions that are related to this article. Thanks for stopping by!