Motorcycle Black Pro Range Wheel Chock (B5145) normally £42.99+ now £30.99 Delivered @ Ghost Bikes
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Motorcycle Black Pro Range Wheel Chock (B5145) normally £42.99+ now £30.99 Delivered @ Ghost Bikes

£30.99£42.9928%Ghost Bikes Deals
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Posted 10th May
Bit niche but a fab price now - a really good deal anyway at £42,99 but has an extra 30% off at the moment making it just £30.99 delivered, it's got brilliant reviews on the GhostBikes website which are well worth reading

The B5145 Motorcycle Wheel Chock boasts a lightweight 25mm tubular steel frame making it easy to use for all bikers. The front wheel secure clamp design means that safety is immediate upon impact as the mechanism closes together to stabilise your front wheel. With all necessary universal fittings and fixtures included, you needn't worry about having to buy extra bits and pieces


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  • Built to last - The Black™ Pro range has been engineered specifically for long-lasting durability
  • Powder Coated Finish - The stylish red and Black™ powder coating not only looks great, it also adds to the durability of the B5072
  • 25mm Square Steel Tube - Strong yet lightweight compared to other wheel chocks
  • Easy to Build - Simple four part construction means that you only need to place and tighten four nuts and bolts and use one pin to secure the cradle.
  • Pivot Clamp - Lock the front wheel securely under the bikes own weight
  • Adjustable Cradle - Three set positions depending on the size of front wheel
  • Versatile - Designed to fit front wheels between 17"-21" in size
  • Rawl Plugs Supplied - This means you can fix the wheel chock down if you need you
  • Please Note - This wheel chock is not suitable for bikes with a narrow front tyre

Please Note: The bike must also be secured using tie-down straps if the chock is being used for transit.
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Good find. Just ordered one, 4% Quidco. Thanks.
Just be careful if you have long mudguards..
It's actually only £30.09.

Brilliant value.
Bit confused. Is this instead of a front paddock stand, or is it a security device?
knobbly10/05/2019 16:48

Bit confused. Is this instead of a front paddock stand, or is it a …Bit confused. Is this instead of a front paddock stand, or is it a security device?


I think this is more if you transport your bike in a van/on a normal trailer. You put the front wheel in this and then strap the bike.
Is this any good to steady your bike vertically while you apply a paddock stand to the rear?... If you don't have any friends?... Asking for a friend
I was thinking... Front wheel into this followed by rear paddock stand followed by front paddock stand. Reverse the order for reassembly.
Edited by: "SleepyChris" 10th May
knobbly10/05/2019 16:48

Bit confused. Is this instead of a front paddock stand, or is it a …Bit confused. Is this instead of a front paddock stand, or is it a security device?


Why are you in bold?
... Must be it. I thought the same 😘
SleepyChris10/05/2019 18:28

Is this any good to steady your bike vertically while you apply a paddock …Is this any good to steady your bike vertically while you apply a paddock stand to the rear?... If you don't have any friends?... Asking for a friendI was thinking... Front wheel into this followed by rear paddock stand followed by front paddock stand. Reverse the order for reassembly.


I was wondering the same question... also for a friend
dangermoose511/05/2019 05:42

I was wondering the same question... also for a friend


Wouldn't work as you couldn't get the front chock out after rear stand. This is mainly for holding the bike vertical for (as mentioned) when strapping down in a van. Also useful for parking in the garage. If you are struggling to get up in a rear paddock stand then, if you have side crash bungs you can wedge an axel stand under one to hold the bike just off vertical which makes it much easier to hoist up onto rear stand. Ultimately getting it up on rear stand is all about confidence.
Ordered, thanks OP
IrishRob11/05/2019 10:11

Wouldn't work as you couldn't get the front chock out after rear stand. …Wouldn't work as you couldn't get the front chock out after rear stand. This is mainly for holding the bike vertical for (as mentioned) when strapping down in a van. Also useful for parking in the garage. If you are struggling to get up in a rear paddock stand then, if you have side crash bungs you can wedge an axel stand under one to hold the bike just off vertical which makes it much easier to hoist up onto rear stand. Ultimately getting it up on rear stand is all about confidence.


My wallet isn't that confident it can afford a nw fairing.

... Was hoping the front stand would reach around the sides of this. Maybe not. Cheers for the info.
I removed my centre stand so I could refit the original belly piece (busa) and put it back to standard... Looks nicer. .. Knew it was there for a reason... Thinking about an Abba stand now then
Edited by: "SleepyChris" 11th May
SleepyChris11/05/2019 21:38

My wallet isn't that confident it can afford a nw fairing.... Was hoping …My wallet isn't that confident it can afford a nw fairing.... Was hoping the front stand would reach around the sides of this. Maybe not. Cheers for the info.I removed my centre stand so I could refit the original belly piece (busa) and put it back to standard... Looks nicer. .. Knew it was there for a reason... Thinking about an Abba stand now then


Abba stand highly recommended, very handy if you need to get rear shock out.
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