They do have a tubular steel one that has an accessory that allows you to lift the front.
It has a pins that slide in from each side.
The 'low profile' aluminum stand is just a bit too low for the 696. If you flip the paddles over you can get the rear tire about 3/4" off the ground.
I have both of these stands (total investment of about $70) and they are both pretty damn sturdy. (especially the tubular steel one)
The wheel rollers are also really handy (and cheap) for cleaning.
2010 696 ProTune Powermap programmer, EvoTech tail, Quat D Alum slip ons, Artrax wavy rotors, K&N, 14T, bar risers, G2 Throttle Tamer. Still working on swapping all of the black plastic over to carbon fiber. Oh, and no more ugly charcoal canister!