Cycle Dolly by Auto Dolly®. 1500 lbs Capacity. The Cycle Dolly is the perfect method to move your bike around the garage. Ideal for short or long term storage, the V-Channel holds almost any size tire so there’s no danger of tip over, and at only ¾'' off the ground, loading/unloading is easy.
- Allows one person to move a bike around with ease in any direction, even sideways
- Made of durable 1/4'' steel
- Powder coat finish
- Fits virtually all motorcycles
- V-Channel holds almost any size tires
- V-Channel sets 3/4" off the ground for easy loading/unloading
- Holds tires and a kickstand securely
- 1,500 lbs. capacity
- 10 ball-bearing poly swivel casters
- Adjustable kickstand plate
- Covered by a limited lifetime warranty
- Proudly made in the USA
This product allows a single person to put their steed against a wall or in a corner with a push of their hand. Specially designed to enable one person to load, move, and unload a cycle in a matter of minutes, the item has an all-steel V-channel construction that secures not only tires but also a kickstand in order to prevent tip overs. The V-Channel is set only 3/4'' off the ground, which makes loading and unloading extremely easy.
Thanks to its innovative construction and completely adjustable kickstand plate, the dolly will hold virtually all size tires and kickstands, so you can put your mind at ease that tipping over is virtually impossible. Made of extremely durable steel, the item offers a 1,500 lbs. capacity that is equally distributed over 10 ball-bearing swivel casters, which allows for easy movement in any direction on either a smooth concrete or semi-rough surface. Moreover, the dolly is powder coated to be extremely durable and bring you years of hassle-free service, and it's backed by a limited lifetime warranty.
The company was originally founded by Jim Merrick in 1961. It was established to manufacture a new line of highly automated and specialized machinery for home builders. The company having proved extremely successful, began a diversification program into the plastic business in 1972. As the company grew and developed it was incorporated into various divisions.