Rolling Mavericks Ultralight Enduro Trail Jack Stand V3

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Adventure Riders, your essential trail companion, just got an upgrade. Introducing the new Rolling Mavericks Ultralight Enduro Trail Jack Stand 3.0, your trusty tool to raise a wheel and handle trailside challenges such as flats and chain maintenance, is now even lighter, more compact, yet equally powerful.

Shedding a significant 17 grams from its predecessor, the Trail Jack Stand 3.0 now tips the scales at a mere 123 grams. This is the lightest Trail Jack Stand on the market. Thanks to the ingenious redesign of the y-holder (yoke), the foot of the trail jack, and a sleeker stainless steel R-clip, we've achieved a design that is even lighter and more packable. The best part? All these changes come without sacrificing an ounce of functionality or strength.

Crafted with precision from 6061 T6 aluminum via CNC machining techniques, this updated version retains its crown as the lightest jack stand. Its ease of assembly and disassembly is unparalleled, and there's no need to worry about a permanent foot attachment—ensuring your gear stays minimal and streamlined, making it easy to pack.

Owners of earlier versions. An upgrade kit is available!

Leaner, Lighter, and Ready for Adventure

Its smart design ensures that the foot packs flat into your tool roll. And while it's lighter, it's still mighty in strength, capable of supporting even the heaviest adventure motorcycles weighing up to 240 kilograms.

Key Features:

  • Efficient Trailside Maintenance: Perfect for fixing flats, chain maintenance, and emergency repairs.
  • Lift with Ease: Effortlessly jack a single wheel off the ground.
  • Strong as Ever: Supports motorcycles weighing up to 240 kilograms.
  • New Lightweight Design: Weighs only 123 grams (4.3 oz).
  • Space-Saver: Packs flat to dimensions of 18 mm x 250 mm.
  • Versatile Storage: Ideal for 25 cm/10" tool rolls.
  • Lighter Stainless Steel R-Clip: For a more secure attachment.
  • Add-ons: Spare o-rings, a 12 mm Velcro double-sided brake strap, and a mini zippered reinforced EVA parts bag.

    Disclaimer: Please note that individual parts' blue anodized color may vary slightly. The weight of the Trail Jack may vary by +/- 0,5 grams.

    Don't just take our word for it! Check out the reviews below from satisfied customers who have shared their experiences with the Trail Jack Stand:

    • Read a detailed write-up by @rtwpaul on Adventure Rider about the Trail Jack and Asahi Lightools.
    • Read an excellent PDF review in the Austrian Motorradmagazin 
    • Watch Thomas Hansen's video from Norway featuring the Trail Jack Stand.
    • Enjoy a Spanish video by Carles Domènech at CDOM Motovlog.
    • Watch Aussie Josh's video from MVDBR Enduro showcasing the Trail Jack and Asahi Lightools.
    • Watch this video review by Italian Gianluca - aka Bibo, who used the Trail Jack on his 20.000 km ride through Africa almost on a daily basis.

    Discover the convenience and reliability of the Ultralight Enduro Trail Jack Stand and other Rolling Mavericks' tools that will elevate your riding adventures to new heights.

    Instructional video:

    Trail Jack Stand YouTube instructional video

    Manual (PDF)

    The Story
    Trail jacks have been a longstanding tool in the world of adventure riding. However, the Rolling Mavericks' UltraLight Enduro Trail Jack Stand takes the concept to a whole new level, representing my vision of a trail jack 2.0. As an avid rider who has relied on a homemade version for years, I never embark on a trail adventure without it.

    This simple yet indispensable emergency tool is a game-changer when encountering a flat tire on the trail. It eliminates the need to search for rocks or sticks to lift your bike and becomes a must-have companion when riding in terrain devoid of trees or rocks.

    Using trail jacks is a breeze. To lift the rear wheel off the ground, start by securing the front brake with a Velcro strap wrapped around the brake lever and throttle. For a front-wheel lift, engage first gear to prevent the rear wheel from rolling. Adjust the tubes to the desired height to raise one wheel and secure them with a spring clip.

    To elevate one of the wheels, simply push the bike with one hand, leaning it further onto the side stand on the opposite side. This action lifts one wheel off the ground, allowing you to position the trail jack under the swingarm or bash plate, depending on which wheel needs lifting.

    The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
    Trail jacks are undeniably valuable tools, and I always carry one when going on moto camping trips. However, I've had two minor gripes with traditional trail jacks. Firstly, their weight. Most trail stands weigh anywhere from 250 to 450 grams, and when you're riding Enduro or embarking on long adventures with your fully loaded bike, every gram matters.

    Secondly, the foot or Y support of trail jacks tends to be bulky. When permanently attached to the jack, they often become too long, thick, and wide, making it challenging to fit them into standard tool rolls.

    The Rolling Mavericks' UltraLight Enduro Trail Jack Stand addresses these issues by offering an ultralight and compact design. The entire kit, including the spring clip and front brake Velcro strap lock, weighs a mere 140 grams. Additionally, it can be easily disassembled for effortless flat packing in your tool roll.

    Using o-rings, the Trail Jack can be quickly assembled or disassembled. When assembled, these rings provide the perfect amount of friction to hold the different parts together securely. When disassembled, the foot is a mere 6 mm in height and can be packed completely flat.

    The outer tube, at 18 mm, is the thickest part. The Rolling Mavericks' UltraLight Enduro Trail Jack Stand fits snugly next to my Motion Pro T6 tire levers inside my tool roll, occupying minimal space without adding significant weight.

    Trail Jack Stand lifting BMW R80 flat tyre

    It's All in the Details!
    When it comes to the finer points, the UltraLight Enduro Trail Jack Stand truly excels! Usually, the Velcro strap used for locking up the front brake when lifting the rear wheel is wide and thick, resulting in a bulky packing experience. Moreover, it often features one-sided Velcro, making it a fiddly task to install. However, with the UltraLight Enduro Trail Jack Stand, we've taken a different approach. It utilizes a thin and narrow, 12 mm double-sided Velcro strap, eliminating the need for fumbling and ensuring a hassle-free brake lock.

    Rest assured, the UltraLight Enduro Trail Jack Stand includes everything you need to make full use of this tool, including a stainless steel spring clip and spare o-rings.

    Other Uses
    Interestingly, I recently discovered an additional emergency use for the trail stand while packing my bike and accidentally tripping over my tent. As luck would have it, one of the tent poles broke, and to my surprise, the thinnest tube of the trail stand turned out to be the perfect temporary fix. I'm always eager to hear about other creative applications for the trail stand.

    We'd love to hear how this tool, or any other tools, saved your day. Feel free to share your story with us at

    Sounds intriguing, doesn't it? However, if you're still not convinced, if doubts linger about its ability to securely hold your bike off the ground, rest assured that you're not alone in wondering.

    It's a question I'm frequently asked. But instead of simply telling you that it can, I believe in showing you the evidence. After all, seeing is believing :-)

    Video about Rolling Mavericks Ultralight Trail Jack Stand weight capacity


    6061 T6 anodized aluminium

    Min. Height

    270 mm


    470 mm


    123 gr

    Pack Length

    250 mm

    Large Tube dia.

    18 mm

    Small Tube dia.

    14 mm

    Step-height Adjustments

    20 in 11 mm increments

    required hole size Y-holder

    13 mm (5/8) or larger

    Raising a wheel

    See how little effort it takes to lift the front or the rear wheel off the ground.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 111 reviews
    Ray (Woubrugge, NL)
    Ultralight Enduro Trail Jack Stand V3

    Good quality, light and handy.

    Harald (Nyköping, SE)
    Nice Insurance

    The product is well enginered and feels solid. Its lightweight and the parts were easy to put together. I have not tested it yet, but I have no worries of its functionality when it matters. Good insurance!!!!! Delivery was fast and took just a few days to Sweden.


    Light and compact to carry 👍

    Robert Koper (London, GB)
    Side stand trail

    Ordered the trail side stand and used it once already to fix a tyre.Easy,very very light and sturdy enough
    Excellent service and readonable prices.

    Randall Smith (Edmonton, CA)
    Jack stand

    Product is great and appears to be high quality. Would like a pouch that would contain all the bits.