I searched but found nothing, but just wanted to be sure. Man, you would think this would be a hot selling item with all the kids on various pitbikes. Esp the trail riders. Help a father out .... :whoa:
I have never seen a KX65 with a kickstand. With a welder, and some ingenuity you could probably take one off of a TTR125 (or similar) and make it work (measure ground clearance). For a trail rider, it will probably be easier to just lean it against a tree.
bet you could adapt one from the klx110. very similar dimensions but I agree...NOT a pitbike. not a good trailbike either. trail guys would be better off with something else. very difficult to ride trails on such a peaky bike.
While the bodywork on a KX65 is the same, the frames are completely different. Also, according to the Kawi website, the KX has 12 inches of ground clearance and the KLX has 7.5, that's a lot of extra lean. I don't see the adaptation being an easy one, but I do use a KX65 triangle stand under a KX250 so it could be possible.
I’ve been working for almost a year to build a stand for the KX65. My son rides them and I couldn’t find a good bolt on stand. I finally have them ready and on eBay. They are bolt on and made in U.S.A and powder coated to match the frame.