Black Widow Pro Deluxe Steel Front Fork & Rear Spool Motorcycle Stand Kit

Two motorcycle stands come in one convenient kit including the BW-10 front fork stand and the BW-14 rear spool stand. These stands have a high quality construction that is easy for one person to use in a home garage, shop, paddock, or track.

The front and rear motorcycle stand kit makes it easy for one person to lift their bike for servicing or off season storage. Each set of stands includes a BW-10 front fork stand and a BW-14 rear spool stand to lift a motorcycle completely off the ground. The stands have a universal design to work with most bikes (please measure before purchasing) and have a stable, professional grade construction. The 1-1/4" steel tubing with powder coat finish is durable yet lightweight and four 3" caster wheels provide smooth lifting. Each stand is also available for purchase separately as the BW-10 front stand or the BW-14 rear spool stand.

Includes front motorcycle stand BW-10 and rear spool stand BW-14 to lift both the front and rear of the motorcycle

Product Features

  • Rock solid stability with a high quality construction
  • Universal design fits most motorcycles
  • Lifts the front and rear of you bike
  • Perfect for off season storage to prevent tire contact with damp concrete and prevent flat spots in tires
  • Four 3" wheels for smooth operation when lifting
  • 1-1/4" heavy duty steel tubing
  • Black powder coat finish
  • One person operation with quick and easy lifting
  • Lightweight and easy to transport
  • Perfect for the garage, shop, race track, or paddock
  • Spools sold separately
  • 1 year warranty


Sport Bike Stand Measurement Diagram

Review Summary (Based on 1 Reviews)


3 Stars Rear better than front...

Richard from NE wrote (December 06, 2015):

Purchased this stand set to get my bike off the tires for winter storage. The rear is great. For my bike, the geometry of the front pegs that cradle the forks is such that the forks could slip out without too much force. I would recommend putting the rear on first. I actually had the front slip slightly but the rear held. Depending on the configuration of your bike, you may want to consider the BW-06 front stand that used pins or a triple-tree front stand.