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The Park-n-Move™ is the ‘must have’ product for all motorcycle owners needing to easily move their motorcycle around the garage. When space is an issue the Park-n-Move™ allows one person to easily park their motorcycle in any location they desire in the garage. Height: 3 1/8”
At first I also thought that this was too hard to get onto the stand, but after putting a little thought into it. I figured that if I put a 2 x 6 behind the back wheel, and put it into reverse to back onto it, I would be able to get my Goldwing GL1800 on the stand. It worked like a charm. This made it much easier to put it up on the center stand (because of the fact that the back wheel was now higher off the floor).
This gadget is promoted for use with a Gold Wing, but it was super hard for me to get my bike on it. I can see why another reviewer had to use an aftermarket easy-up center stand to make it work. But, even when I did manage to hoist my behemoth of a motorcycle onto this thing, the bike slipped off while I was rolling it. I may not have had the bike stand perfectly squared on the roller, but I attempted to get it straight. Either way, that was all it took for me. I'm not using it again. Thankfully, the bike fell toward me and I didn't lose it into the garage wall. Watch for a yellow one on eBay.
P.S. The dude in the video is either a Hungarian powerlifter with tree trunks for legs, or they've already installed the easy-up center stand on that bike.
Just received the Dolly (self bought XMas present) to solve the problem of storing 2 bikes in front of a car in a 2 stall garage. This product is made extremely well and works very well for my 2001 Yamaha VMax. It took very little effort to put the VMax on and off the stand and wheel it into a small corner of the garage. This has saved my back as I used to have to pick up the rear end while on center stand and move it inch by inch against the wall. Now I can easily move the Vmax into the corner, touching the wall and the '15 Goldwing can sit right next to it and is now further away from the car parked in front of both of them.
I tried the Dolly once on my Goldwing and it wasn't much tougher to get on and off the stand (I am 6'3" and in good shape), but it may be tougher for smaller riders. What was surprising, however, was how hard it was to move the Goldwing while on the Dolly - at 900+ lbs, it was much harder to push/pull than the VMax (~600lbs). I will give it more time on the Goldwing, try the 2x8 solution and sweep the floor better in the spring and report back again. Over all, this was an excellent product for my VMax, my lower back and my storage problem.
Bought the dolly 4 years ago. Now use it with my 2012 Goldwing, Hard to get on the dolly for a 65+ year old guy, but since purchasing an easy-on/easy-off center stand from another supplier, it works great. Much easier to get on and off the dolly. The only thing, with the aftermarket center-stand, the rear wheel of the bike doesn't come off the ground. However, I can roll the bike easily into and out of its garage parking space. I am very pleased with it. Once in a while over the past four years of usage, one of the casters can get hung up on a pebble on my garage floor and leave a mark. But that's about it. I gave up on the little thumb-screws on the dolly casters which are to be used when getting the bike off the dolly. They are pretty lame. So I just bought a couple of rummer wheel chocks that I put in from of the front two casters and that does the trick nicely. Thus, my four-star rating instead of five stars. All in all though, I am pleased with the Park-n-Move Dolly and have recommended it to others.
I have a 2015 and to put it on this dolly was impossible by myself. The center stand sits too high; making it extremely difficult to lift on the dolly. I tried to do mini ramps as others indicated but I really didn't want to go through the hassle of walking my F6B on a ramp to make this work.
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