I have the same set-up.
The reason it works fine is that it allows the use of a conventional paddock stand which is supporting the wheel / back end of the bike on both sides.
Have removed mine at the moment, don't like the look of it permanently in place, and it needs to be removed when they take my rear wheel off next week to change the tyre.
I intend to source a metal bolt / rod of the same diameter as the R&G spindle, but slightly longer, having a bolt head on one end and a thread on the other.
When I want to get the bike up on the paddock stand it will be a one minute job to insert the bolt, with R&G bobbins in place, and tighten the threaded end using a butterfly bolt.