This might be helpful to those of us who don't own a bike stand.
First, press the brake lever and tie it down so the bike can't move. You can use anything like a rope, bungee cord, strap, or zip-tie.
Then place a brick or a block of wood under the kickstand. You want the bike to be almost
fully upright. Don't overdo it...you don't want the bike tipping over.
Get a regular car jack (You should most likely have one in the trunk of your car). Any kind of jack will work. Place it under the swingarm.
Pump it up until the tire is off the ground.
If you care about keeping the ground clean, place a piece of cardboard or something else to catch the drips.
Rotate the tire with one hand as you spray the lube with the other hand. I usually use DuPont chain lube but I ran out. So screw it....WD-40 to the rescue! If you squeeze the lever very slightly, you will get a nice stream of foam rather than a burst of spray that will splash everywhere. Keep applying the stream of foam onto the chain as you rotate the tire. This method works very well.
When done, you will probably have some lube dripping from your swing arm and chain slider. Wipe it all off and also wipe off any excess lube you might have on the chain itself.
Lower the jack. Remove the brick or wood block from under the kickstand. Release the brake lever. Make sure you haven't gotten any lube on your tire
. If you have, clean it off well. And thats it...take it for a ride and feel the smoothness.