Note: I was sure is a long posting about DIY tables but I was unable to find it. Ingredients *4x4 in lengths and also small scraps. *3/4 plywood or whatever you can find *wood screws & Glue *Some kind of "Shaft's" for the pivots. *Skillsaw, radial saw, table saw or whatever you can find and also a drill. This is a very simple design, Everything works on "Interference" so is no need for a "Locking mechanisms" of any kind in fact the more weight you put on the ramp the more wedged it becomes. Like a gentle Camel waiting to be loaded So far I just load the bike in this position and then place a jack under until I can deploy the "Back" legs since I don't really have space for a extra ramp (inside the garage) but a extra plank of wood can be use to bring the bike up on the flat table. Very simple construction and structure cut freehand with a "Skillsaw" but I'm sure will be even more precise with a table saw, in any case it works just fine. The bottom detail. It folds pretty small when not in use. Is kind of difficult to see but i use two "Outriggers" (about 18" long aluminum tubes) to hold the end of the tyedowns with great results. Well enjoy and John if you can find the proper posting please move this where it belongs.