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Old 12-29-2016, 07:00 PM   #1
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How to transport motorcycles in toyhaulers

If you are searching for an easy and safe way to tie your motorbikes down in your toyhauler garage, check out this out:

www.boltiton.com

I have used this system in my Impact 312 only once but a couple dozen times in an enclosed trailer. It works awesome.
It connects to existing tie down locations in the trailer with J-hooks, so no cutting or drilling of the floors. It takes 2 minutes to set up and remove. Its fully adjustable. Holds bikes firm.
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Old 12-29-2016, 08:28 PM   #2
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Looks nice. Probably much lighter than my harbor freight chock and easier to lift. Does it hold the bike up after dismount? I hope your camping year was good.

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Old 12-30-2016, 02:22 AM   #3
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Or, you can use these........ https://www.amazon.com/Baxley-Motorc...rt+wheel+chock

I've had two of these in my enclosed trailer since 2007. I've hauled my street bikes occasionally, our track bikes a LOT, and even my ST1300, which is like a smaller version of the Gold Wing. We average 10 track day weekends a year, so that's 20 times a year...load them in and transport to the track, load them in and transport them home. Multiply that by the 10 years we've owned them and let's say, that a lot of use. With the Baxley, you ride the bike into the chock, you get off the bike (yes, it will stand up by itself) and then use a ratchet strap tie down and attach them to the rear of the bike and pull it down and slightly forward and you are done. Oh, don't forget to flip the latch down after you ride the bike into the chock.
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Old 12-30-2016, 01:00 PM   #4
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Or, you can use these........ https://www.amazon.com/Baxley-Motorc...rt+wheel+chock

I've had two of these in my enclosed trailer since 2007. I've hauled my street bikes occasionally, our track bikes a LOT, and even my ST1300, which is like a smaller version of the Gold Wing. We average 10 track day weekends a year, so that's 20 times a year...load them in and transport to the track, load them in and transport them home. Multiply that by the 10 years we've owned them and let's say, that a lot of use. With the Baxley, you ride the bike into the chock, you get off the bike (yes, it will stand up by itself) and then use a ratchet strap tie down and attach them to the rear of the bike and pull it down and slightly forward and you are done. Oh, don't forget to flip the latch down after you ride the bike into the chock.
Seems similar to a Condor, which is what I have. The Bolt It On looks like simple solution, though.
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Old 12-30-2016, 02:43 PM   #5
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Seems similar to a Condor, which is what I have. The Bolt It On looks like simple solution, though.
The Condor is similar to the Baxley, but one of the differences, that causes me to prefer the Baxley is that when you roll the bike into the Baxley, not only does the back part of the chock (the area that is at the rear of the front tire) roll over and lock it into place....it also squeezes the back part of the front tire. To me, that just adds another layer of protection for keeping the bike in place once it's in the chock.
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Condor all the way for me. I don't even bolt it down. Just drive the
bike into it and strap down on all four corners and it has never moved.
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If you upgrade to the Condor "Pit Stop" you don't even need to drill holes into your floor. It also works great in the driveway or garage to keep the bike upright for mechanical work, or clean and polish. Takes the lean out of the HD kick-stand.

Folds for storage too! Worth the money.

http://condor-lift.com/pit-stop-trailer-stop


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Condor all the way for me. I don't even bolt it down. Just drive the
bike into it and strap down on all four corners and it has never moved.
If you are strapped down on all 4 corners of the bike, you might not even need a wheel chock. I roll into the Baxley and only tie down (ratchet straps) on each side in the rear and pull it forward.
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Old 01-05-2017, 06:01 AM   #9
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I use the cheap one from Harbor Freight. Has been working fine for me.

http://bobbystuff.com/rv/191/goldwin...owns-in-garage

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Just put enough bikes and gear in the back so there is no room to move around.
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