Motorcycle chain and wheel work made easySealed ball bearing movement
Finally, a simple tool offers a solution for the cumbersome task of rotating motorcycle wheels for: Tire and Wheel Cleaning, Chain Maintenance, Valve Stem Positioning, and Tire Inspection. And, what’s more, Wheel Jockey® is small enough to be easily stowed under the seat or in any motorcycle luggage!
Lifts wheel less than 1.5" off the ground
Small, portable size: 4" x 4.5"
Sturdy steel and aluminum construction
Accommodates motorcycles up to 750 lbs
For use on road motorcycles only; not for off-road tires
U.S. Patent No. 8,002,122
Neale Bayly, International Motorcycle Journalist
"Enter Wheel Jockey. As the owner of a motorcycle without a center stand, and with three test bikes currently on loan that don't have one either, chain lube time is always a challenge. Squirting a section before rolling the bike forward or back works, but to be quite honest it's a bit of pain. Now, with my Wheel Jockey in my seat tray, yes it's that small, I can pop it out anytime I like, roll my bike onto it, and lube away. It's also highly convenient when you want to clean the rear wheel. No need to have a race stand, no asking friends to tip the bike over, just a simple efficient one man job.Wheel Jockey comes from the mind of a lifetime motorcyclist and that's why it's so simple and effective. I just wish I'd thought of it."
Karsten Saller, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Today has been the easiest chain lube session since I drive a bike without a center stand, just a perfect start for a new year. If you're like me, always a skeptic when coming across some advice of the seller or manufacturer of an item supposed to make your life easier, then you'll appreciate the advice coming from me—a customer and biker like you. My honest opinion? The Wheel Jockey is a MUST for any chain driven street bike owner out there, be it a chopper, a custom, a naked or a sports bike. Even if it's not chain driven, it will help you clean the rims. Try it once and you'll never do without one again!
Allan Vallis, British Columbia, Canada
I've got to take my hat off to you. I immediately tried out the Wheel Jockey and it works exactly as advertised.
Rules of the Road When Using Wheel Jockey
Always exercise caution and common sense
Make sure the motorcycle engine is switched off at all times
Always try and keep one hand on the bike when rotating the wheel
When possible, enlist the aid of a friend to help further stabilize the bike