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Condor PS1500 wheel chock set up & demonstration video

The Condor Wheel Chock model PS1500 is easy to setup and use. It's an extremely valuable tool for your shop, garage, or even trailer with the optional TK3000 trailer kit. The motorcycle used in the demonstration is a 2007 yellow Ducati 1098. Condor wheel chocks are manufactured by Condor-Lift and you may buy them at www.DUNCANMOTO.com There are several different models available including the ps1500tk which includes a trailer kit, a trailer only model, sc2000, and scooter chocks and accessories for your sport bike or cruiser.


 


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Gorilla Lock promo video part I
SELF LOCKING -- No chain! No hassle! GORILLA LOCK -- patented breakthrough technology! Don't be a part of statistics! -- PROTECT YOURSELF! Easy-to-use -- Locking your bike was never so easy before. Just Ride-in and your bike is securely locked automatically, thanks to self-locking technology. Fixed position -- While locked, bike stays in an upright position. No need for additional holders. Prevents theft -- Gorilla Lock is a robust and powerful system. To steal your bike would be a laborious and time-consuming task for a thief. Universal -- Gorilla Lock has an adjustable wheel fixing bracket and fits bikes, scooter or mopeds of any model. Fits on any surface -- Gorilla Lock can easily be fitted to solid ground or wall, as well as in to soft ground with specially designed anchor system. Brutal facts - 50'000 bikes are stolen in UK each year. - The theft rate is twice that of cars. - 80% of stolen bikes are taken from the owners' home. - 40% of bikes are stolen from garage. - The majority suffers serious damage. - 60% of bikes stolen are dismantled for parts. - 50% of riders don't lock their bike as they find securing it with the chain too tedious.





Condor Cycle Loader Adjustments





Chopper Chock PS - 1500 Cradle Adjustment
This is a Demonstration on the Adjustment of our Chopper Chock's Cradle. Come to www.egotriptrailers.com and Check Out Our MotorCycle Accessories! We Have the Best Selections and Prices!





Bike Shuttle Smart
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Review of MaxxTow Wheel Chocks MT70075 - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/MaxxTow/MT70075.html Today were going to review part number MT70075. This is the MaxxTow adjustable motorcycle wheel chock with the three position bracket. This wheel chock will easily and securely store your motorcycle as a pivoting bracket, which will let you roll the bike into place and then it will cradle its tire for sturdy positioning. It bolts onto the floor of your shop or your trailer. Basically the way this would operate is you would put this all the way down and then roll your motorcycle front tire onto this, and as you roll it onto here, it would actually push down on this and as your motorcycle rolls forward into the chock here, this pivoting bracket will come and secure or cradle the front tire to hold it into place. It makes loading and unloading a snap. Note: Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.





DaddyMack - The Last Tie Down Strap You Will Ever Need!!
Tie your motorcyle, ATV, etc. down by yourself in less than a minute!! AND Securely!!





Self locking motorcycle lock
New patented technologies lock to protect your motorcycle from theft. It can be bolted to the pavement, concrete floor or to the wall.





The Razor Cycle Trailer.mov
Operational video of the Razor motorcycle trailer.





Cycle Hill Motorcycle Tire Changer
See http://www.webbikeworld.com/r4/cycle-hill-motorcycle-tire-changer/ for the full review, more photos and details on this and also the No-Mar motorcycle tire changer.





Park-n-Move: Cycle World International Motorcycle Shows
We demo the Park-n-Move, a handy gadget for any garage where motorcycles need to moved around. Visit Places 2 Ride for more highlights from the 2008-2009 Cycle World International Motorcycle Show.





Eazy Rizer motorcycle lift from Lifts-and-Stands.com
Best way to lift a motorcycle lifts-and-stands.com Eazy Rizer





Smart Chock Motorcycle Wheel Chock
See webBikeWorld.com for the full review, more photos and details and for many more motorcycle product reviews. The Smart Chock is a motorcycle front wheel stand and it has an interesting self-adjusting wheel cradle.





Pit-Stop/Trailer-Stop Adjustments
The CONDOR® Pit-Stop/Trailer-Stop is a fully adjustable wheel locking system which accommodates all motorcycles the PS-1500 works on pavement, concrete, dirt, sand, gravel and all forms of transport platforms such as trailers and pick-up trucks. The CONDOR® Pit-Stop/Trailer-Stop is a fully adjustable wheel locking system capable of accommodating front and rear wheel sizes from 14-22"/ 80-230W. The patented locking mechanism effortlessly and securely supports your motorcycle in an upright position on the ground, in a pick-up truck, or on a trailer. The Pit-Stop also serves as a Trailer-Stop and easily snaps onto trailers with the adapter kit. With the Trailer-Stop, tying down a motorcycle becomes a simple and easy task for one person. You will be amazed at how secure and safe your ride will be once tied down in the CONDOR ® Trailer-Stop cradle. The CONDOR® Pit-Stop/Trailer-Stop accommodates bikes up to 3000 lbs., folds down for easy storage and weighs only 21+ lbs.





Motorcycle Wheel Chock
Bluewater Trailers offers the Smart Chock - Motorcycle Wheel Chock. Easy to use, easy to install, and allows you to use your trailer for other purposes with the low profile mounting kit. Ask about the Smart Chock. Call 1-866-386-6857 or visit us online at www.bluewatertrailers.ca.





Baxley SB001 Motorcycle Trailer Review
SunSpots Productions former voice talent Tom Cassidy reviews the Baxley SB001 motorcycle trailer using his Honda Gold Wing. Recorded near Asheville, North Carolina. Shot and edited by Jay Walton.





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