A bike is more stable on a side stand than it is on a center stand, just make sure to leave it in gear on the side stand. The side stand creates a 3 point contact area, whereas the center stand only has 2.I tend to keep mine on the center stand as well. I keep mine here at work (it is good to be the boss sometimes) and I worry about someone knocking it over on themselves or something while messing with it. Shouldn't happen but you never know. At times we also have employees kids around too. Them climbing up on a bike on the center stand seems less likely to fall over on them...not that they should be on my bike.
BTW I have a 05 Wee (Red) and love it....
Mine has 3 points of contact when on the center stand. Let me know if you figure out how to balance anything on two points of contact!A bike is more stable on a side stand than it is on a center stand, just make sure to leave it in gear on the side stand. The side stand creates a 3 point contact area, whereas the center stand only has 2.
I use a section of 2x8 on its side (1.5 inches under the kickstand) which stands up the bike almost vertical but still leaning enough to keep it stable. This is also a good position for lifting the bike onto a rear stand (I don't have a centerstand). This allows me to fit the bike in the garage next to my car but it does block the rear door from opening.If you can park the right side of the bike next to a wall and aren't worried about it tipping over, you can put a 1/2" or so piece of wood under the kickstand to get it more upright. You can save several inches of space that way.