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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-09-2007, 08:30 AM Thread Starter
 
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Hey if you are like me and when you are transporting your prized posession and you want peace of mind and security to be certain that your bike isn't going anywhere then you need to know about the Smart Chock. I recently built a new trailer and was looking for which time of chock to install.

I looked at all of them the Bike Pro, Bike Grab, Bike Vice, LA Chock. And none of them compared to the Smart Chock for its price point and design it is amazing.

The way it works is on an over the center design where you set it for your tire diameter, and width and as you ride your bike in, as it reaches the center point and receives over center it applies pressure on your tire and the weight of the bike holds it seated forward.

To test the chock i saddled my bike and rocked it as hard as i could and couldn't get it to budge. Also as a stand for in my garage for dual purpose makes me have alot less fear of someone knocking my bike over. At 251.90USD you can't go wrong. check them out at

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Well I happen to prefer the Condor stand. Seems to be better priced, fully adjustable for front and rear tires, quick release trailer kit and sells here at SportbikeS.com

Check it out.

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OH... I use the Condor at the track... just roll into the stand, dismount and use the rear pit stand if needed should you work on the bike.

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post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-10-2007, 03:33 AM
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I just saw the Condor reviewed in a bike rag and they liked it quite well.

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