Easily secure and tie down your bike with the Black Widow motorcycle front wheel chock. Simply ride the bike onto the wheel chock as the cradle rotates in place, securing the motorcycle. The best part is that no extra hands are needed - you can do it all on your own. Featuring a compact and lightweight design, the tire chock accommodates wheels from 17" to 21" with a three-position, adjustable upper arm.
Compact and lightweight design breaks down into pieces for easy transport. The adjustable upper arm fits 17" - 21" wheels and the rubber end caps stabilize the chock when in use. Permanently install the wheel chock to the floor with the (4) pre-drilled holes and concrete anchors or trailer with additional hardware (not included).
The Black Widow Motorcycle Front Wheel Chock features a compact and lightweight design! The tire chock accommodates wheels from 17" to 21" with the three position adjustable upper arm. Easy to use, simply ride the bike onto the wheel chock as the cradle swivels in place securing the motorcycle. No extra hands needed!
Great for off-season storage, performing maintenance and servicing your bike. Heavy-duty rubber end caps prevent scratches to the mounting surface. Mount the chock to a flat and level surface with the the four, 3/8" diameter, pre-drilled holes located on each leg and included concrete anchors. Quick Nuts & Quick Ties are available (sold separately) for securely mounting the chock to a trailer or truck bed. The motorcycle wheel chock is constructed of 1" x 1" steel tubing with a black powder coat finish. Whether your at the track, in the garage or on the move the Black Widow Motorcycle Front Wheel Chock breaks down into pieces for convenient accessibility and transport. Assembly is required and comes with a one year manufacturer's warranty.
5 Stars good item, good price
Ellen from PA wrote (March 27, 2015):
I used this to haul my Dyna Street bob from Pittsburgh to Florida. Worked well.
5 Stars Great Chock
Chuck from IL wrote (November 18, 2014):
Purchased our Black Widow through Amazon. We used it for a one-time transport of an original 1932 LAPD Indian Chief for the 2014 SEMA Show in Las Vegas. We anchored the chock to the floor of our trailer. Only two simple ratcheting handlebar tie-downs were needed. I would recommend this simple solution to anyone.