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This loaded BMW K1200 RS rests on its center stand after being rotated on the TAB ST personal motorcycle turntable. It demonstrates the correct position for the motorcycle center stand between the markers on the Turn A Bike motorcycle carousel.

  • Rugged stainless steel top plate
  • Low friction polymer interior disks
  • Easily bridges pits in garage floors
  • 1,000 lb. capacity
  • Light weight & portable and only 7 pounds
  • Non-skid top and bottom
  • 16″ dia., but only 1/2″ thick
  • Convenient – Easy to use. TAB-ST Operating Instructions)
  • Ride In – Ride Out
  • Fits your center stand motorcycle


Ride In – Ride Out at your convenience and safety. With a TAB ST motorcycle turntable in your garage, the answer is always “Yes.”

TAB ST portable turntable lets riders turn even monster bikes without an 8-point turn in.

The Turn A Bike, TAB ST, portable motorcycle turntable weighs 6 lbs. and is easy for any rider to move and position.

The TAB ST low friction turntable allows the motorcycle to pivot easily on its center stand. Keep the shiny side Up – Don’t risk backing out on a busy street! Don’t ruin your floor to dragging your bike around on the center stand. Protect your investment from excess stress and risk of dropping your bike as you balance on one peg spinning around on the center stand.

This portable turntable solves both of these issues. When positioned on the Turn A Bike, the center stand rides on the turntable’s top plate with no more stress than if it were simply parked.

Can you get your motorcycle in the garage and prepped for the next ride without executing an 8-point turn or sliding the bike on its center stand? Well, you can with a Turn A Bike TAB ST!

The TAB ST In Motion

See TAB ST in Motion: With its easy swing in either direction, the Turn A Bike personal motorcycle turntable ends 8-point turns in tight parking spaces.

The video below shows how easy it is to use the Turn A Bike Stainless Steel (TAB ST).

Ellen volunteered to demonstrate the TAB ST with her BMW R1200 R. This bike has a 59.8″ wheel base and weighs 527 lbs., but with the Turn A Bike, she didn’t have to muscle it through an 8 -point turn to prep the motorcycle for her next ride. Watch the Turn A Bike Stainless Steel In Action:

Do you have a photo of your bike on the Turn A Bike motorcycle turntable? Send us your digital photo with a note about the motorcycle and we’ll include it in the gallery.

Because TAB ST is made of rigid stainless steel and a high-density polymer, the Turn A Bike easily bridges gouges, pits and other imperfections commonly found in garage floors, driveways or other parking surfaces. It also bridges the bumps inherent in asphalt surfaces.

This robust portable turntable is designed for use with motorcycles up to 1,000 pounds. Its 16″ diameter and 1/2″ height make it easy to spot and load the bike on any level parking surface.

Professionally designed and manufactured, the Turn A Bike’s twin discs rotate smoothly in either direction, allowing you to maneuver your bike in even the tightest parking spaces.

One Half Inch Thin

The TAB ST is one motorcycle accessory that will fit all of the center stand equipped cruising and touring motorcycles in your stable.

Supported Motorcycles

Confidently use the TAB ST with all center stand equipped midsized or monster bikes from:

  • BMW
  • Ducati
  • GoldWing
  • Harley-Davidson (Must have Lifting Center Stand)
  • Honda
  • Kawasaki
  • Moto Guzzi
  • Star
  • Triumph
  • Suzuki
  • Vento
  • Victory
  • Vulcan
  • Yamaha
  • & Custom Rides

Have more questions? View our TAB ST FAQs.

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2 Responses to “Center Stand Turn Tables”

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    April 1st, 2012 at 9:02 am

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