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I had no real necessity for transporting the motorcycle on the trailer, but I thought it would be fun setting it up.
I found it really useful for tinkering around on the motorcycle as mine doesn't have a centre stand and sometimes it's a pain not having the motorcycle in a straight vertical position.
Just Recently I had a motorcycle breakdown about 50 km from home and a mate and I decided to grab his trailer instead of waiting for RACV to turn up two hours later.
We rode back on Craig's motorcycle and grabbed his car and trailer, then grabbed my ramps and motorcycle wheel chock.
Having the motorcycle wheel chock was fantastic and made the whole thing so much easier.
Being able to have the motorcycle sitting in a vertical position made tying it down very simple.
It was also very reassuring knowing that even if the ropes did come loose a bit, the motorcycle was not going to just fall over.
The motorcycle wheel chock has an adjustable dimension to accept wheels from 16 to 19 inches. It is a solid steel construction, fully welded. There is a locking tab for additional security and has a thick powder coating.
Designed to be used on your trailer or on the back of your ute for the ease of holding your motorcycle upright while you strap it down.
The motorcycle wheel chock is great for use in your garage for maintenance and cleaning when your bike does not have a centre stand.
Wheel Diameter: 16 to 19 inches
Maximum Weight Capacity: 500 Kilograms
Weight of Motorcycle Wheel Chock: 13 Kilograms
Quality Assured, Fully CE Certified
There are many different types of motorcycle wheel chock systems on the market and many different prices for them.
I bought this one off of eBay and it only cost $150 including shipping… An absolute bargain!
Happy riding… Mark
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Video of the Motorcycle Breakdown
Features the use of the motorcycle wheel chock.