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I need to keep the bikes in the garage as straight as possible to maximize space. I use paddock wheel trolleys for the street bikes but for the V2K those will not work well.

I bough a Pittsburgh Motorcycle Wheel Chock, the bike fits, although it's a pain in the ass to take it off the chock because of the weight. I feel that the front tire is a little too wide for the chock and I was wondering if anybody else is using it and what are your thoughts about it.

 

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I have that same wheel chock. My front tire gets jammed and I can't get it out of the chock without pulling back piece out completely...

It's a pain, but I only use the chock for working on the bike.
 

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We use the same In trailer if you have hard time taking bike out you can move the forward tire cradle back in the frame closer to the rear cradle this allows the tire to sit more on top of the cradle so the rear cradle sits under the tire more but not so much it won't keep bike forward also have friend uses this one in his garage and bolted it to the floor so it won't slide going in or out
 
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