I really don't recomend this but when you are by yourself you have to improvise. I have a 20 tow strap I keep on the bike. I tied one end of the strap to a tree directly behind the bike as high up on the truck of the tree as I could reach, then hooked the other end to the front of the bike and in 1st gear slowly eased forward until it stood up on the back rack. I was never actually on the bike standing to the side working the throtle.
I use a jack with the biggest block I can find to fit. On a fresh morning, once its jacked all the way up I can stand it up by myself. I am kicking about 200lbs wet. After a good days work u can forget about it, theres no way. A winch would work wonders also if you had somewhere to anchor. But to be safe, jack it up and use two people to lift it up. Just make sure to lock the rear brakes or chock them to keep it from rolling.
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