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Wheel Chock it up to Good Advice
Do you really need a motorcycle wheel chock? We'll save you from researching the chat forums on this subject and tell you that yes, you need a motorcycle wheel chock.
Tie downs might work...for a while. But if you've ever spent much time in the back of a pick-up you'll know it gets bumpy and things get tossed around back there. A motorcycle wheel chock keeps the front wheel locked in place preventing unnecessary damage to it from jostling back and forth. Plus, all that moving around can slowly loosen your tie downs.
Motorcycle wheel chocks take pressure off the fork seals during transit, are easy to use - saving you time, easy to install and accommodate most bikes. Additionally, you save room because you don't have straps spread out everywhere and gain peace of mind knowing your bike is secure rather than worrying if you tightened every tie.
MotoSport carries a number of motorcycle wheel chock styles from several brands. Check out our complete selection:
- Lock N Load
- Pit Bull Products, Inc.
- Powerstands Racing
Before you head-out with your motorcycle in the back of your truck, get a motorcycle wheel chock to secure and protect your bike. You won't regret it. If you need some help deciding on the best chock for your ride please give us a call at 866-677-7338 or chat with an expert.
Get your motorcycle wheel chock delivered to your door and free 3-day shipping on any order over $79 (certain restrictions apply) from MotoSport!