October 29, 2012(natoma, KS)
This stand works awesome for my sxf 450, couldn't ask for anything more, my bike has nothing to grab and lift with so being able to roll it onto a stand is great. I would highly recommend this product.
October 11, 2012(Henrietta, NY)
Doesn't work nearly as easy as shown on the video. # different guys tried it on their bikes and NO luck? Maybe 2 of 10 times it worked ?
Great Idea but doesn't work well.
January 12, 2012(Indian Head, MD)
Did not work very well for me. I returned the stand. Thank you for your help.
Need tall bike
August 31, 2011(Spokane, WA)
My bike has a 10.9" clearance. I still needed at least 1.5" for this stand to work as advertised. I can still grab the handle bars and muscle it up pulling from front.
Does not work
April 28, 2011(mesa, AZ)
Have tried for hours to stand my 125 Suzuki on it. The bike is too small for it and it will not lift up. If you have a bigger bike, then I’m sure it would be perfect.
January 17, 2011(Horseheads, NY)
This stand is awesome.
Ogio 180 Moto Lift Stand
Sooper Dave -
September 23, 2010(Englewood, CO)
I got this stand for use with a 2002 Yamaha YZ125 with just a few concerns prior to first use given the disclaimer written about 2-stroke bikes. I have found the 180 stand to be compatible with my bike and its current (stock) exhaust pipe. for those wanting to use this with a 2-stroke bike, begin with a SLOW first attempt to check angle of engagement, then take a go at it at a brisk walking speed once you're sure that your pipe won't be damaged. It does take a few runs to develop the right technique for your particular bike, be it a 4 or 2 stroke, but once you've got it, then you have the easiest and in my humble opinion, the most superior motocross bike stand on the market. I am only left to ask, "Why didn't somebody think of this sooner?!?!" Great product and I highly recommend it!
August 09, 2010(Santa Cruz, CA)
Works well for my YZ250F. Very easy to use on most surfaces. A little difficult on soft or uneven surfaces, but I expect that from any stand. My only negative is the nylon cover on the front crossbar. The rivets attaching the cover over the crossbar face toward the front of the stand. There is nothing attaching the cover as it bends around the rear side of the crossbar. This occasionally catches on the skid plate causing the nylon cover to bend upward preventing the bike from sliding on smoothly. Once this occurs, the cover will have a slight crease making it easier to happen again. Ogio should use rivets on the front and rear of the nylon cover over the front crossbar. Small downside to a stand well worth the money. I would buy it again, and I would recommend it to others.
Won't work on everybike
April 19, 2010(astoria, NY)
Bought this for a Street legal WR250R and it had a heck of a time getting it on. Doesn't work well on smooth garage surfaces and it needs at least a 4 foot runway. Probably would work better on a pure sub 250lb dirtbike
January 25, 2010(Gunnison, CO)
Love the warning label saying it might take a few tries, took me about five tries under five minutes to get the hang of it. It’s easy, trust me. I’m running a 2009 Husaberg FE570 with the standard skid plate. Good balance, slightly rocked to the rear tire, holds my front about two inches off. My ground clearance is 15.35 inches. Incredibly stable. I got this to park next to my hotrod to avoid rocking the bike onto the stand and not hitting the side of my truck… works. Oh yeah, I’d take this over one of them moving parts jack stands any day. Have fun.