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Motorcycle Coasters® are made in the U.S.A. To some businesses that buy our product, this is an important aspect. They prefer to buy products made in the United States and some specifically will not buy anything made in China. Even if it were not for our customers’ preference of American made vs. Chinese made side stand supports, we would still manufacture them here in the United States. We feel it is important to help keep people employed here, and have no intention of supporting an economy half a world away. Because of that, and because we choose to maintain the utmost quality control over our product, Motorcycle Coasters® are now and always will be made entirely in America, from the raw materials to the finished, printed product, and even the boxes we ship them in to customers.

We are aware that there are companies that claim their products are “made in America”, but cannot really back up that claim. We can. See our Supply Chain List below.

If someone prefers printed motorcycle kickstands that are made and printed in America, it would be wise for them to investigate all claims of “made in America”. Rather than assume that a product’s input is 100 percent U.S.-made, consumers should ask the supplier for specific information about the percentage of U.S. content, and the supplier should be willing to provide that information.

When we claim our product is made in America, we adhere to Federal Trade Commission guidelines on claiming our product is made in America, following the guidance in the FTC rule 16 CFR Part 323: Made in USA Labeling Rule.


Motorcycle Coasters® stock

Plastic Designs, Inc. in Paxton, Illinois (10 miles from our location) produces the blank stock for Motorcycle Coasters®.

Plastic Designs, Inc.
1330 S Vermillion St
Paxton, IL 60957


The colorant that goes into the plastic comes from Techmer PM, owned by TPM Holdings LP, in Los Angeles, California.

Techmer PM
18420 S Laurel Park Rd
Compton, CA 90220


We use Mico Industries in Evansville, Indiana.

Mico Industries
2301 Lexington Rd
Evansville, IN 47720

Shipping boxes

 We ship Motorcycle Coasters® in custom imprinted boxes we buy from Brown & Pratt in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Brown & Pratt
1345 Brookville Way, Suite A
Indianapolis, IN 46239

 Printing Motorcycle Coasters® and other services

At our facility in Rantoul, Illinois, we hire friends, neighbors, and family members as employees or subcontractors for printing, marketing, web design, social media, IT services, accounting services, facility maintenance, etc.

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Additional Information about Motorcycle Coasters®

The Motorcycle Coaster® motorcycle kickstand pad is sometimes referred to as a kickstand pad, kickstand plate, kickstand support, side stand pad, side stand support, or puck.

The Motorcycle Coaster®, also sometimes referred to as a kickstand foot or motorcycle kickstand disc, is a motorcycle kickstand support aide for soft surfaces and is specifically designed for imprinting your custom message.  In addition to their intended use as a kickstand support pad, Motorcycle Coasters® are often used as drink coasters on desks, work benches and bars.

The Motorcycle Coaster® is a 4" diameter, decagon ABS plastic kickstand support pad, one quarter inch thick with a ribbed back.  ABS plastic is non-conductive with limited abrasion and is durable as a standard motorcycle fairing.  The Motorcycle Coaster® easily stores in fairing and clothing.

Examples of custom imprinted, personalized Motorcycle Coasters® are seen at events all around the country, such as Bike Week in Daytona, Laconia, Sturgis and many more/

Read more about the Motorcycle Coaster® below.

Create a Collectible!

Our low minimum quantity economically allows for the creation of a unique keepsake for your memorial ride, charity ride, rally, wedding, anniversary, graduation or any special event.  

They are inexpensive enough to use as giveaways for a motorcycle/motorsports dealership, motorcycle club, insurance agency, accessory boutique, repair shop, community visitor's bureau, attorney's office, Rider Safety Program, etc.

Shouldn't your motorcycle friendly business or organization offer your own custom imprinted Motorcycle Coasters®?

Motorcycle Coasters®: History of an American product

In 1994, Crown Advertising ( began promoting a motorcycle side stand support as part of the company’s ad products line, which focused on serving the motorcycling community. The original side stand support was called the Sure Stand. It was simply a round, very durable plastic disc, meant to be custom printed.

The product was a hit, and sales were good. But, something started happening. When customers called to order the Sure Stand, they would refer to the product as a “motorcycle coaster” or simply a “coaster.” Even though Crown Advertising was diligent at marketing the Sure Stand brand name, the public simply did not agree with what the product should be called. Perhaps owing to the Sure Stand’s round shape, the product’s nickname “motorcycle coaster” was a phenomenon that was catching on with the company’s customers.

By 1999, two things were being considered regarding the Sure Stand: brand name and product design (shape).  It was decided, to mark the beginning of the new millennium, that important changes would be implemented. 

The owner of Crown Advertising, Jack Briere, had become known as “Jack the Coaster Guy” while selling “motorcycle coasters,” despite his reluctance to accept the product’s nickname and his nickname that came along with it. In 2000, after six years of trying to convince customers to call the printed motorcycle side stand support by the brand name Sure Stand, Jack the Coaster Guy (he still uses the nickname today) decided to go along with the tide of public opinion and officially renamed it the Motorcycle Coaster®.  

The other major change to the Sure Stand was its shape. Jack wanted something to make the Motorcycle Coaster® stand out…something other than the “plain, ordinary circle.” And, the idea of the decagon (ten-sided) shape was born. Jack felt the decagon would make the Motorcycle Coaster® distinctive. He was right. Over the years, the decagon shape has indeed become a recognizable element of the Motorcycle Coaster®. 

With the new changes in place, also in 2000 a logo was created and the websites and were launched, and a whole division unto itself began at Crown Advertising.

Today, 23 years after the introduction of Motorcycle Coasters®, they are shipped all over the world to a vast variety of businesses, and the brand name is stronger than ever.

Motorcycle Coasters®: FAQs

How much weight will a Motorcycle Coaster® support?

 That we know of, it will support 1,000 pounds (453.6 kg).

Will it support a motorcycle on sand?

Yes. In gerneral, the Motorcycle Coaster® will support a motorcycle on any soft surface.

How many colors is the Motorcycle Coaster® made in?

Ten colors: Black, Blue, Light Blue, Lime, Orange, Pink, Purple, Red, White, Yellow

Are Motorcycle Coasters® available in small quantities, unprinted?

Yes, to purchase a quantity as small as a single Motorcycle Coaster® up to 100 Motorcycle Coasters®, with free shipping on all orders, visit us on  eBay.

For quantities of at least 50 Motorcycle Coasters®, purchase them at our Blank Stock and "Seconds" page (shipping is additional).

Are Motorcycle Coasters® "Seconds" safe?

Yes. They are the same durable kickstand pad as all our Motorcycle Coaster® stock. The only issue with "Seconds" are cosmetic flaws (issues with the coloring of the plastic).

How long will a Motorcycle Coaster® last?

We don't know, but possibly forever. What we do know is that people are still using Motorcycle Coasters® that were purchased in 2000, when we first started producing them.

Will Motorcycle Coasters® always be made in the U.S.A.?



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