If you just have to do it without jacks or stands, here is what I do. I mark the link that is as far forward on the lower part of the chain with a red Sharpie. Then I lube from there back to the rear sprocket. I took a big paperclip and bent it open to sort of a V. I hang that through the chain where the red mark is and then roll the Versys forward until the clip is just before the rear sprocket. I move the clip forward again to the link where I will start lubing the next section of exposed chain (no need for any more red Sharpie marks). I roll forward again until paperclip is again at rear sprocket and then lube the exposed chain and move the clip forward. I think it takes about 5 moves to get the whole chain. Of course you will know you are done when the red mark appears again on your last roll forward.
Forty years away from 2 wheel fun. Sure is great to be back smelling the roses!!!
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