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Trackside Roll On Wheel Chock

Perfect for the garage, the track, or transporting between the two, the Trackside Roll-On Wheel Chock does it all.


  • Can be bolted to a trailer or truck bed for transport
  • Built in tie-down anchors for use during transportation and maintenance
  • Outside dimensions:21"W x 24" D
  • Fits all 15"-21" diameter up to 140 wide
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great for the money
i purchased this in store. It has 3 hole settings to allow you to adjust how well or not well it grips. I set it on the middle hole for the zx6r with it's 120/70/17.

I used to own a baxley sport chock for a good 3-4 years. The baxley is a better chock. The main feature that makes that better is how the swivel piece kinda opens and closes. It allows for a huge opening to roll the tire on, then it closes and grips as the tire comes on board.

This chock only has a 6" opening compared to maybe a 10" opening on the baxley. this means you have to be VERY accurate when pushing the bike on. Making a mistake obviously can tilt the bike.

I find the bike easy to roll on and off. I don't understand the other reviewers. It's supposed to take some force to get on and off, otherwise it wouldn't be secure.

Another feature this does not have is the lil hook that secures the chock in the shut position.

I give it 5 stars because it works, i'm keeping it, and on sale it costs 1/3 the price of the baxley

PROS: Inexpensive, Secure, 5min to assemble

CONS: Narrow opening, Not grippy enough

BEST USES: Suspension setup, Hauling bike, Home
January 16, 2012
Great wheel chock for the sale price.
Good for the Great sale price! Great upright garage parking space saver. Great for use on a trailer while strapping bike down. Little difficult to assemble due to non-exact alignment of bolts on swivel piece, but once together it is good. Bike rolls in easy, rolling out, not quite so. Would more expensive wheel-chock be 'smoother'? Probably, but for the price, I would get this one again.

PROS: Garage space saver, Great sale price

CONS: Difficult Assembly, Difficult bike removal

BEST USES: While trailering, Upright bike parking
September 5, 2011
Sturdy but problematic
This stand is very sturdy and seems to do a great job holding the bike upright. A great use would be at a track or trailer where the stand is used on textured concrete, asphalt or bolted to a trailer. However, the rubber feet on the stand are insufficient for preventing the stand from sliding around on a smooth garage floor. If the stand can be secured/bolted in place, it would be fine.

PROS: Sturdy, Adjustable

CONS: Slides on smooth floors

May 18, 2012
Great choke
Great wheel choke, no doubt about it. Especially for the sale price, don't miss this one. My only con was for sliding a little with removal but it should because it is supposed to lock the bike in. It gives some difficulty but one person can still get the bike off with no help. Otherwise perfect, no need to spend anymore money.

PROS: Easy assemble, Inexpensive, Secure, 3 settings, Safe

CONS: Slides with removal

BEST USES: Storage, Trailering
March 5, 2012
Worth Every Penny
i bought from the Victorville store, set up/assembled in literally 5 minutes...and put directly to use. No complaints. Highly recommended.

PROS: Stabalizes bike, User friendly, Simple to use, Fast set up, Makes trailering easy, Sterdy

CONS: Slides on metal, Difficult to remove bike, Only comes in one color

BEST USES: Performing mainence, Storing bike, Trailering bike
2 thumbs up
Bought 2 and had absolutelly no problem putting them together. Roll on and off perfectlly once the right position was chosen for the back paddle.
Awesomee price and shipped to Canada in 4 DAYS!

Great purchase :)
January 19, 2012
Roll on Wheel Chock, very handy to have
This is a handy and easy to assemble device for parking your motorcycle in an upright and compact attitude. For my 2014 Kawasaki Ninja 650 I set the bolt on the moveable wheel ramp to the first hole.
Also my front tire 120/70/17 fills the chock, if yours is larger width it may not fit, double check with the vendor.
If this item is not well located it will move around as you run the bike on and take the bike off the chock. This can be a real issue if you are on your own. My own parking space has this backed up by a curb which keeps it from moving forward away from the bike as I try to park it. In a garage or open area I think you'll need to bolt it down.

PROS: Stabilizes Bike Well, easy to use, Helps Minimize Park Space, Easy to assemble

CONS: Can move around, May Require Bolting Down

February 4, 2015
Great product for a great price
Read the reviews and put a shop towel in the end before I put my bike in it. I have had my 2013 CVO Road King in and out 3 or 4 times to make sure it was adjusted correctly. The bike is very secure and no problem in or out. Looking forward to tossing it in a trailer for my trip to NC at the end of the month.

PROS: price, Bang for the Buck, Ease of assembly

July 25, 2013
Great chock and great price
I bought the chock so i could stand my bike upright in my 1 car garage and still have room for both the car and the bike. It works perfectly for my situation with a size 19 tire. I did have to put a towel over the upright to keep the tire from sticking. Other than that issue, it works wonderfully butted up against the corner of the garage to prevent it from moving. Was going to bolt it down, but don't need to. Glad I gave this one a chance, because I was considering a few other at more than twice the price.

PROS: Low Price, Saves space, Simple to use

CONS: Tire Sticks

October 6, 2013
Excellent stand. Great buy!
prompt delivery

PROS: Easyminor assembly, Mountable to a trailer, Solid Construction, Rather light weight, Quick shipping

CONS: None yet

March 20, 2012
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How tall is the rear plate when the wheel is in the stand? Fender that I have needs at least 8.5 ins
A shopper on May 30, 2017
I have a 2015 vmax 200 18" tire will this fit?
A shopper on Aug 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, it should fit.
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