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    bike lift/table

    hi all....im looking for a bike table but need one which can cope with heavy bikes....
    what weight would be suitable for a gs...
    also been looking at building my own table...anybody here made one...would need to be wooden as my welding skills
    arnt up to much...
    some of the ones on ebay say up to 450kg but they still look too flimsy for the gs...
    cheers all

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    Hi. If you do end up making a wooden bike lift to take a GS then I would love to see some pics please.
    Thanks,
    Tim.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinytim View Post
    Hi. If you do end up making a wooden bike lift to take a GS then I would love to see some pics please.
    Thanks,
    Tim.

    To take camping?

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    There was one for sale here very recently, might still be available
    Edited because I cannot type

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    KB benches do a strong bike lift, one was for sale on here a couple of weeks ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dean0n0 View Post
    To take camping?
    It beats taking an ironing board

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    I am selling a Clarke one, and I believe they're considered to be one of the sturdiest going. They're £442 new, plus delivery, and due to a cock-up with my measuring skills, it's never had a bike on it, so it's fully assembled, and in essence, brand new, hence the asking price of £300. (I know you can get one cheaper on a vat free day, so that may be another option for you.)

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    bike lift/table

    I have an Eazy Rizer. It needs less floor space that a normal lift and it easily copes with the GSA. They do make an even bigger version.

    The only thing missing is castors allowing the raised bike to be moved across the floor.
    08 R1200GSA
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    Quote Originally Posted by philbuck View Post
    I am selling a Clarke one, and I believe they're considered to be one of the sturdiest going. They're £442 new, plus delivery, and due to a cock-up with my measuring skills, it's never had a bike on it, so it's fully assembled, and in essence, brand new, hence the asking price of £300. (I know you can get one cheaper on a vat free day, so that may be another option for you.)
    Now sold

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