The Kendon Cruiser lift comes coated in heavy-duty black powdercoat. This is the loft with the tail end folded up.
The Kendon Cruiser lift comes coated in heavy-duty black powdercoat. This is the loft with
We all know space can get limited in the garage. While in most households the garage is supposed to be the man's domain to do what he pleases, while the woman gets the rest of the house to foof up. But we also know that over time women find a way to encroach on our garage/shop space and next thing we know our ultimate workshop is confined to one little corner.
If you still like to do your own service work and tinker around on your bike in your garage and could really benefit from working off a lift, but fear you don't have the space, no worries, Kendon Industries has you covered.
Kendon has been around for years continually creating innovative products to make a motorcycle enthusiast's life much easier. Two of its most popular items are the Cruiser Bike lifts and Motorcycle trailers. Now I know what you are thinking, "there are a ton of lifts and trailers on the market, what makes Kendon so special?"
And here is the Kendon lift fully raised with one of our project bikes on it.
The answer is pretty simple, space. Where most motorcycle lifts are stuck in one spot once you set them up, and take up a lot of garage space when not in use, when you're done with the Kendon lift it can be folded up and stood up on one end (one end has wheels) and rolled off to a corner or against the wall where it takes up minimal space.
Kendon's Cruiser Lift $649.97 (seen here) can fit a bike up to 90 inches long (measured from front of the front tire to center of the rear axle) and has a weight capacity of 1,000 pounds. The lift has a 32-inch working height when raised with variable height locks, integrated wheel chock, air over hydraulic jack-meaning you can use the manual hand pump or an air compressor to raise the lift. One really cool aspect of the lift is that is has removable front and rear sections for easy access when doing wheel replacements or cleaning. For the chopper guys Kendon offers a Chopper lift which can fit a bike up to 115 inches long (measured from the front of the front tire to the center of the rear axle). To make working on your bike even easier, Kendon offers a wide assortment of accessories for its lifts: work trays that slide in on the side rails, oil drain pans, and a frame jack that fits between the lifts side rails.
Here's the combo trailer up on its casters and ready to be rolled away for storage.
We hate to see it, but sometimes a bike just has to go onto a trailer. Owning a trailer or knowing someone who owns a trailer can be a lifesaver. However, a motorcycle trailer can take up a lot of space and can cause uproar if you live in one of those uptight neighborhoods where you can't have RV or trailers in your driveway or in front of your house. Well, just like its space saving motorcycle lifts, Kendon offers motorcycle trailers for those with limited space. Whether you have one bike, two bikes, atvs or a combo of the two, Kendon offers a trailer to fit your needs. They have single trailers, dual trailers, utility trailers and combo trailers (seen here) $1999.95. The combo trailer can carry three dirt bikes, or two sport bikes, or one big cruiser. The combo trailer has integrated wheel chocks, loading ramp, tie down points, and a weight capacity of 1,000 pounds. When not in use, you simply fold up the backend of the trailer then stand the trailer on its rear casters and roll it to wherever you want to store it. Just like the lift it can be stored against a wall or the side of the house where it will take up minimal space.
I have personally used both of these products and can say that they really do come in handy. The lift served all the needs I used it for when working on my bikes and the trailer has saved me from the side of the road more than once.