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Bursig Center-Lift Stand
  • Bursig Center-Lift Stand
  • Bursig Center-Lift Stand
  • Bursig Center-Lift Stand
  • Bursig Center-Lift Stand
  • Bursig Center-Lift Stand
  • Bursig Center-Lift Stand
  • Bursig Center-Lift Stand
  • Bursig Center-Lift Stand
  • Bursig Center-Lift Stand
  • Bursig Center-Lift Stand
  • Bursig Center-Lift Stand
  • Bursig Center-Lift Stand

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Bursig Motorcycle Stand

The Bursig Center Lift Stand is a 100% German-made, frame-lift paddock stand that is designed to lift your bike up vertically and allow you to maneuver it around the garage or paddock area. Have a tight space in your garage? Not a problem - the Bursig stand can lift the bike and turn it on a dime allowing you to position your bike in almost any space that would normally take a 50-point turn to get into. The Bursig Stand makes maneuvering your bike a piece of cake!

In addition to its maneuverability, Bursig Stands make oil changes, wheel removals, chain cleaning, engine work and nearly any type of service easier - as long as it does not require removing the frame.

An adapter plate specific to your motorcycle is required for the Bursig stand to work with your bike (sold separately).


  • 100% German-made
  • Galvanized and powder coated finish
  • Lifetime factory warranty
  • Includes a complete caster wheel set

Notes: Adapter plate not included (sold separately). Caution, only use Bursig Stands on level and even surfaces.

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Bursig Center-Lift Stand 970938 BSSTAND In Stock: Usually ships in 3-5 business days


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Bursig Center-Lift Stand 4.9 5 12 12
product has great features easy assembly, hardware for 2014 FZ-09 easy install. Had to take adapter plate off of stand to adjust. Takes a little practice to make it look easy putting bike up on stand. No worry of dropping bike taking off of stand. Well worth the money November 4, 2015
This product is a little expensive, but it's worth it!!! First of all, the Shipping was fast, then when it arrive, i open the package immediately, it was very straight forward, it took me 10 minutes in assembling the stand.. it also comes with a lay-out where you cut the left side of the lower fairing, its a size of a quarter coin,. Fits perfect for my Ducati Panigale 1199!!! PROS: Neat Built like a tank Good for changing tires Cleaning chain ease of moving the bike in very tight space CONS: Price August 3, 2015
great product Makes it so easy to get bike off the ground for cleaning. June 29, 2015
Bursig - a King among stands! Is this stand significantly more expensive than a couple of paddock stands? Yes. Is it significantly more expensive than some of the Chinese copy lift stands? Yes. Is it worth it? Yes! The old saying still holds true: "You get what you pay for." The stand is well engineered, and performs exactly as intended. 15 minutes from unboxing to lifting the bike: 1. Unbox 2. Install Handle 3. Insert wheels 4. Fine tune the pre-installed adapter 5. Lift bike 6. Celebrate with a cold beverage! This stand makes quick work of moving a big bike around tight spaces, or cleaning the chain, or removing a wheel, or taking stress off the suspension and tires during storage. Stop reading and buy this stand. April 27, 2015
Excellent stand, worth the money I purchased this stand with two adapters, one for my 2014 BMW GS Adventure, and another for my 2015 BMW R Nine T. Shipping was fast and the assembly went quickly. I did have a problem figuring out the frame bolt for the adapter on my GSA, and emailed customer service - they sent link to a video specific to the bike and all was clear. I now have the GSA up on the lift and it works great. It seems expensive, but nothing else does the job this way - I have other motorcycle lifts but nothing that will get both wheels off the ground and allow you to place the bike anywhere you want easily. My only regret is that there's no exposed frame on my K1600GTL, so no Bursig adapter for that bike. January 28, 2015
WONDERFUL! Pros: VERY solid, lifts VERY smoothly, rolls around flat surfaces (like garage) with ease! I would buy this again and would recommend to it to anyone! This is an amazing jack/lift/stand. I own another high-end stand, that's named after a fierce dog (they say don't mention competitors names), which I love, but I'd take this stand over the other any day! Having both wheel off the ground and being able to move it 360 degrees is MUCH better that lifting just the rear wheel. Cons: Pricey; The removal of an engine bolt, and replacement bolt they sent, was impossible for me to install, and took my Triumph dealer 1 1/2 hours to complete (after taking several other pieces off); rolling around non-smooth surfaces (like in on asphalt) is a little tough with such small wheels, and a very low clearance between the wheels'stands bottom and the ground. January 19, 2015
Saves space This did exactly what I needed it to do. I have a single car garage and this thing really saves space. No more hoisting it up in the shed with tie straps. Big plus is I can take it to the track when I eventually have spare forks etc... I'll be able to do repairs that previously would have ended my weekend. It's also great for storage. Completely unloads suspension and I can roll it into a corner. It's spendy, bits it's the only tool that does what it does. January 5, 2015
Triumph of German engineering. Starting with Revzilla, the package arrived ahead of when I expected it...so a pleasant surprise to get things kicked off. The package itself hints at the clever design of the stand. My FedEx guy was puzzled by the odd shape, but it is clearly a case of form following function. Everything was well-secured and no shipping marks whatsoever. So far, so good. However, a minor annoyance was that someone forgot to include assembly instructions, but it was simple enough to do the assembly just looking at pictures. The adaptor specific to my bike was already mounted. So that was cool. However, out of caution, before attempting to fit it to the bike I called their tech support. Not only did a get live person immediately, Patrick apologized for the lack of documentation, immediately emailed it to me and also walked me through some of the finer points while of the phone. A++ for service. The unit itself is well designed, and very sturdy. After some minor adjustments and wrestling to get the parts of the lift to mate with the bike, it was up and off the ground. A minor tweak to the adapter quickly got the bike leveled. It looks like Bursig has made some minor production changes since my unit didn't exactly match the pictures in the instructions, but that is a nit and not an issue to be concerned about...unless you are OCD like me. Of more concern is that I didn't see any warning or guidance to make sure the pin on the lift is FULLY seated into the receptacle you mount to your bike. While that might seem obvious, the tolerances are so close that it didn't fully seat for me until several tries later. It would be much easier with two people, at least initially, but setup is doable by yourself. Regardless, this is fine piece of equipment, much more versatile than a pair of wheel stands. December 31, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Derek S: I like the idea of lifting the hole bike up in the air to work on anything. Nov 13, 2015
Christopher S: I wanted a center stand and this seamed the one I'm looking for. Nov 9, 2015
david p: looks very well built and I need a stand I can move around in a very crowded garage. also allows me to do any and all work I need to perform Nov 7, 2015
Francis C: Awesome jack, better price than on the manufacturer's own website. Oct 26, 2015
Roy H: Needed a new stand for the new R1M Sep 12, 2015
Glenn M: Looks like one of the best I've seen. Lets see how it goes when it reaches Australia !! Jul 27, 2015
Georg S: Best quality for the price. Great German craftsmanship; love that I can spin it around in the garage ;) Jun 1, 2015
Yoo Jin K: I already have one for my GSXR and it is the BEST stand I've used bar none. No comparison. Apr 14, 2015
Mike N: Use this to move around my 2015 BMW R1200 GS Adventure in the garage. Allows me to pull in place the bike on the stand spin it 180 degrees so next time I want to ride I just pull straight out of the garage. Worth every penny to me for the ease of moving around the beast GSA Apr 4, 2015
Jerome A: for easy maintenance and cleaning of my BMW R1200GS LC 2014 Mar 2, 2015
Darren B: quality,simplicity,research and price. Feb 14, 2015
Drake W: This make maintenance, cleaning, moving and storing my bike super easy. Jan 29, 2015
Patrick C: I chose the center lift stand because I have a tight space to work in. This stand will allow me to lift, rotate and move my bike with ease around this room while leaving everything else in place. Oct 22, 2014
A shopper asked: Can this lift a bike from either side of the bike? Jul 21, 2015
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Torsten S: Please contact Bursig, I am sure they can provide an official answer.

Personally, I don't think so, as
a) you want the Bursig stand on the side where the kick stand sits (obviously not an important point for center stand bikes)
b) I believe for balance purposes do the long legs of the stand have to point towards the front end of the bike.
c) can't say whether the Bursig adapter would fit on both sides
Jul 22, 2015
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William B: No. The bike-specific adapter plate is made to fit into a specific set of holes on the bike. Jul 21, 2015
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William H: I have a Ducati Diavel , and no it has to be mounted on the kickstand side. Jul 21, 2015
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Torey B: No...it only attaches on the left side of the bike. Jul 21, 2015
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David W asked: Once you've done the initial installation, is it easy to put the bike on the stand? Or does it require "bolting" every time you want to put the bike on the stand? I was thinking it would be good if I could use it every time I park in the garage, then my wife could easily move my 600LB GS any time she wanted to. Oh, maybe that's not such a good idea ;-) Sep 4, 2015
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Victor F: The stand requires a separate purchase of a bike-specific adapter plate containing a bike-specific (model+year) bolt "sleeve". You install this sleeve at a frame bolt location, and the adapter plate contains two large pins (approx 3/4" and 1/2"). When lifting the bike, you insert these two large pins into the frame location you modified, and the swing arm pivot bolt holes and up goes your bike. Once you've installed the bike-specific component(s), there is no need to do anything else from then on. Look up any YouTube video by Bursig, and you'll get the idea. Your wife will love it almost as much as you. .. Sep 6, 2015
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Cori P: No it doesn't require any more wrenching after the initial installation. It's relatively easy to get on the stand just be aware that you'll need to hold/balance the bike straight with one hand while you insert the jack with other hand. Lots of videos on youtube. Sep 5, 2015
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Clinton F: It's a great stand and easy to use once you have everything properly set up. I ordered mine set up for a BMW S1000RR. I had the local BMW dealer install the receiver part onto my bike frame. If I had done it myself I could have easily gotten my frame out of alignment. They only charged me for 30 minutes. Once I had that part installed I tried putting the stand into my bike. The problem was the bracket plate and inserts weren't properly set up for my bike. The two inserts were improperly spaced. I emailed the distributor a couple of times and they told me to make the adjustments myself. Once I had the inserts properly spaced and the bike would receive them easily raising the bike up was no problem. I had to make one more adjustment myself as the bike sloped to the rear, the rear tire was almost touching the ground while the front tire was about 3" off the ground. Once I had adjusted the angle of the plate the bike was now level. You'll need a long wrench as the plate adjustment bolt was very tight and it needs to be once you have adjusted it. Since having gone through the adjustment process the stand has performed flawlessly. Easy to insert stand into bike, easy to lift and easy to move around. No further 'bolting' required. Sep 5, 2015
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Debi M: David, you do not have to bolt the bike on the stand when you want to use it. Once you install the hardware onto your bike for the specific model for the stand, it is a simple process of getting the bike into the air. I love the stand for the exact reason that you can fit a bike in a small space. This allows you to spin the bike a full 360 without worry of it falling off or doing the awkward back and forth back and forth until it's in the spot you want. The stand comes with a lifetime warranty so you have no worries of anything breaking and its German engineered and manufactured so you know it's quality! Hope this helps. Sep 6, 2015
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Drake W: No bolting nessasary. There are two pins one large 1/2in pin and a smaller 1/4in pin that slip into frame mounted holes. Sep 5, 2015
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David W: Thanks for the info. Good idea to check out the video, I'll do that. Sep 5, 2015
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David W: Thanks Victor Sep 6, 2015
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A shopper asked: Do you know if there will be adapter for the 2015 kawasaki ninja H2? Jan 3, 2015
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Drake W: There shold be no reason for Bursig to not make an adapter plate. The bike mounting plate is basically just two machined pins. One goes into the rear swing arm pivot and the second picks up a frame mount point. I also believe that bike should be very popular and previous Bursig stand.buyers will also want an adapter plate for their new bike. Jan 3, 2015
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Casey D: I would contact Bursig. Revzilla is just a vendor. Jan 3, 2015
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William N: If not yet, will be very soon!!! Jan 4, 2015
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Michael M asked: A previous customer posted a review stating that he had to cut the fairings on his Ducati 1199 for this stand. Is there any fairing modification required for to use this stand on a BMW S1000RR/HP4? Sep 22, 2015
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ANTHONY G: the fairing should not get in the way of the wheels?? Oct 28, 2015
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A shopper asked: I noticed a previous reviewer stated he had to cut some of the fairing on a Ducati 1199 to use this stand. Is there any fairing modification required for a s1000RR/HP4? Sep 22, 2015
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ANTHONY G: the fairing should not get in the way of the wheels?? Oct 28, 2015
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A shopper asked: Can you use this stand for long term storage. Like 3-4 months in the lifted position? Oct 19, 2014
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Drake W: You can easily use this for winter or even longer storage
It is really good for storage that might require you to one the bike. You can roll it in any direction and then apply the brakes on the castor to hold it in place.
Oct 20, 2014
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Alvaro N asked: what is the weight in KG ? Sep 21, 2014
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Victor F: My Bursig from Revzilla with caster wheels, as sold, weighs 29.5 lbs (according to the bathroom scale! ); 13.4 kg approximately. Oct 7, 2014
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James C asked: Do you know if there will be introducing adapter for the ninja H2? Jan 3, 2015
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