I remove my kick stand last year from my r20. I think if I remember correctly there's a pin holding the kick stand in place. if the bike is gummy with dirt/grease you may not find it right away. Use a thin screwdriver and puch it out with a hammer. Next, puch/pull out the kickstand it self. Get some WD-40 in there it will help. Good luck.
Hey jur - did you get your decals yet?
When I did mine I made a tool from a piece of pipe from an online tutorial I found to remove the kickstand from a Raleigh Chopper bike. (looks feverishly on international network for said page)
I must admit I didn't have a proper g-clamp and wasn't entirely successful doing this procedure (the spring is VERY strong). I bailed in a fit of impatience and weight-weenieness and removed the whole assembly with a Dremel in the end. Next time I'll be more sympathetic to the bike...
Oh yes, sorry, I'm hopeless. I got 'em very fast, thanks a stack!
I couldn't find a matching paint for the R20 frame but settled for a lighter shade; since then I have seen some ebay photos (posted by you, no less) that show them in exactly that shade, so I'm chuffed! Tonight I'm starting on the chain guard.