Stabilize your bike while on the road with a wheel chock. Regardless of whether you’re headed to the motocross track or your favorite trail, a wheel chock will secure your bike in your trailer during travel.
Rocky Mountain ATV/MC has several options of dirt bike wheel chocks to choose from. We carry brands like Moose Racing, Rider Cargo and WPS. Since we know that you won’t be using your trailer exclusively for hauling your motorcycle from place to place, many of the chocks we carry are removable, making it a breeze to quickly equip your vehicle for dirt bike transport after the initial installation is over. If you ever intend to leave your bike strapped in overnight in between two riding days, a locking wheel chock will allow you to sleep peacefully without worrying about your motorcycle.
If you’ve been putting it off, today’s the day to get yourself a wheel chock to keep your bike better stabilized during transportation. Take a look at our options to decide what works best for you.
Marco in PA
Plain and simple, it works, and it works very well. Very simple robust design. Mounting was a pain, especially in a new Chevy truck where the room between the bed and cab is too small to fit a hand down there to hold the locknut. I tied fishing line around the bolt end, fed it through the hole I drilled in the cab and through the rack with long needle-nose pliers, and pulled the bolt through from the back. Only way to get it mounted.Read All Reviews
MARKO in BC
This thing isn't really worth 75 bucks. Sure, it has a pin you can push through and install a lock on. But the real kicker for me was how loose and flimsy this felt once you put it in place on the mounting plate. It wiggles from side to side. I would return it, but I messed it up installing it. For the price of one of these, which isn't that well coated or put together, you can buy three cheap ones. If I had an enclosed trailer there wud be no question I wud not be going for this setup. It is nice that they are removable and everything, just the design seems kind of crude and the price is expensive. I think for the second one I'll just buy a cheap chock and unbolt it in the fall. I think I will be better offRead All Reviews