CONDOR® Chopper Chock (CHCHK-1500)
Looking for a safe way to store or transport your chopper? We've got just what you are looking for.
Our Chopper Chock, is the first wheel chock specifically designed for the unique requirements of choppers. Now any chopper can be held securely in an upright position in your garage or on any flat surface, or be transported in a trailer safely and securely with only two tie-down straps, and without damaging sensitive suspension parts, such as springs and fork seals.
The Chopper Chock also works perfectly with those low-slung “hugger” front fenders, without fear of damage, because our unique chopper cradle designed to touch only the sides of the tire and nothing else. Best of all, the Chopper Chock requires only one person to load and release the bike for transport, and with our quick-release Trailer Adaptor Kit (included), the whole chock can be installed or removed from the trailer in seconds.
The Chopper Chock adds additional bracing for optimum stability for that long raked out front fork, and comes with your choice of front wheel cradle sizes (for either 90 or 120 tires) to fit the specific tire and wheel size of your bike. An Ultra Wide Tire Kit (PS UWCK) is also available if securing the chopper with the rear wheel is desired. The Chopper Chock is not only perfect for transporting the motorcycle, but it’s also perfect for use in a garage, or on any flat surface, to keep the chopper in a stable upright position for easy servicing or detailing, or just showing it off.
Now that high dollar chopper can be protected from damage while trailering or just parked in the garage.
Posted by Danny B on 30th Jul 2010
My Big Dog fell over on my way to Sturgis last year, and it cost about $1,800 to repair. Then I saw the Condor guys booth in Sturgis, and bought one on the spot for the trip home.
No problems. It's sturdy, and made just for Choppers, so nothing touches the chock except the rubber on the front tire. I could have saved myself a lot of aggravation if I had it for the trip out. And I can load and unload the bike by myself without any help.
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