Transport your dirt bikes and enduro bikes safely and securely in the back of a truck, van, or trailer with this MX tire shoe. Easy to install and simple to use, the steel Dirt Bike Wheel Shoe gives you peace of mind whether hauling your bike on a short trip or across the country. Just guide the front tire into the tire shoe and press the plates over the top and front of the wheel to protect your bike for transport or storage.
Designed for dirt bikes, motocross bikes & enduros
Swiveling cradle plates secure top of bike wheel
Supports tires up to 21"
Heavy-duty steel construction
Black powder-coated finish protects from rust and corrosion
Free-standing design can be mounted to garage floor, truck bed, van, or trailer
Securing your motocross bike safely during transportation is vital to protecting both your investment and your vehicle. The perfect choice for safeguarding dirt bikes, motocross bikes, and enduro bikes, this heavy-duty MX tire shoe fits on the bottom, front, and top of the dirt bike wheel securing your ride more effectively than shorter wheel chocks. Once in place, the bike’s suspension absorbs all movement, keeping undue pressure off the fork springs and preventing damage to your ride. The dirt bike wheel shoe can be mounted easily inside the bed of a pickup truck, van, or trailer with three pre-drilled holes and the included hardware. Always use tie-down straps with your Dirt Bike Wheel Shoe to hold your bike in place securely during transport. Made from high-quality powder-coated steel, the dirt bike chock is designed to fit 21" tires and weighs only 10 lbs. Every MX bike wheel shoe is covered by a one-year manufacturer’s warranty.
Enduro & Dirt Bike Wheel Shoe / Chock
21" Wheels 5" Wide
High-strength steel powder coated black
Swiveling cradle plates secure the even the top of the bike wheel
Pros: It works, easy to use, no tie downs required, great idea, I would by another one
Cons:. Tapered bolts can come loose, and when they protrude then clamp will not close. should have nylock nuts holding this part together, a bit flimsy, not smooth operation adding bearings and bushing style bolts would turn it into a precision device, but they cheaped out. Like I was saying great Idea, poorly executed
Nate from IA wrote (May 30, 2014):
They arrived with chips in the 'powdercoating' or light paint. They also aren't exactly straight, but they're made in China so not a big surprise. They should work fine, once I get them on my trailer.