Motorcycle Wheel Chock Pit-Stop Trailer Stand

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  Talon Motorcycle Wheel Chock Adjustable wheel locking system capable of accommodating either front or rear wheels      Click on ► in the center of the image above to watch…
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Talon Motorcycle Wheel Chock

Adjustable wheel locking system capable of accommodating either front or rear wheels



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You love your bike and you love to ride, but it's not always practical to ride it everywhere... like on a long family road trip. And although trailers are fantastic, not everyone can afford one. So maybe you don’t do long trips, but you do love to tinker with or detail your motorcycle. A kickstand is great, but you may be a rider who doesn’t want to rely on that alone to keep your bike upright while polishing the chrome or working on the engine. You probably need something more versatile… something more stable. You need Talon Motorcycle Wheel Chock™.

The base, crossmember, and upright of this freestanding motorcycle chock are constructed of super durable aluminum. Its cradle is powder-coated steel and designed to hold 3.14-inch to 8.66-inch-wide front or rear motorcycle tires. Plus, it’s adjustable, allowing the chock to accommodate 15-inch to 22-inch wheels.

And for added peace of mind, use the mounting adapter kit (sold separately... not included) to anchor your Talon Motorcycle Wheel Chock™ to most transport surfaces and turn virtually any pickup truck or flatbed trailer into a motorcycle hauler.

Give your bike the security it deserves by parking it in our aluminum wheel chock motorcycle stand that you’ve fixed to the floor of your garage.

Talon... like the grip of a condor.


  • Adjustable wheel locking system with a movable cradle
  • Effortlessly and securely supports the motorcycle in an upright position
  • Makes tying down the motorcycle for transport a simple task
  • Fits front or rear wheel sizes from 3.14 inches to 8.66 inches wide (80mm to 220mm wide)
  • Accommodates 15-inch to 22-inch wheels
  • Can hold bikes weighing up to 2,400 lb.
  • Use as a work stand or trailer chock
  • Works on pavement, gravel, concrete, dirt, or even sand
  • Folds down for easy storage

  • Wow - very impressed 5

    Posted by Ken on Jun 30th 2023

    I just received my Talon II and I am very impressed even beginning with the packaging. It comes almost fully assembled. I will use an uninstalled tire to determine which set of holes I should use - that's a lot easier than moving a motorcycle in and out. It weighs about 25 pounds and the frame is 3/8" thick aluminum. The rotating cradle is steel, approx 1/4".

  • Take-off of a Condor 4

    Posted by Unknown on Mar 24th 2023

    quality is good, it's obviously a take-off of a Condor but made in China. I I had known it was made in China, I would have purchased the Condor despite the price difference.

  • Looks like it's very well-made 4

    Posted by Unknown on Dec 22nd 2022

    Pros: it appears to be made out of some pretty decent aluminum and feels solid. Cons: the machined holes in 2 different parts didn't align. Had to expand then just a little. Still, they should have lined up. Also, I thought I was buying a Condor. Appears I instead was sold a Talon ll. Don't know what, if any, difference there it, just would have been nice if they said that before hand

  • Pretty decent but... 4

    Posted by Unknown on Dec 15th 2022

    This seems like a pretty well-made wheel chock however...A coupe of small things concerned me. There was no mention of TALON on the backstop. Is it really a TALON? The included paperwork calls it a Talon ll. A cheaper-made version? Also, although it was practically fully assembled when I received it, the machined holes which attach the main body to the front bar didn't line up. Had to ream out the holes. Not impressed. And, made in China.....

  • Almost perfect 4

    Posted by Michael L Elkins on Sep 30th 2022

    The only reason I didn't give it a 5 was the cheap slip on vinyl/rubber protectors. Everything else was great. Works great with my 2014 Ultra Limited CVO.

  • Looks great 5

    Posted by Tom on Sep 12th 2022

    I cannot review it it was stolen off my porch. I have ordered another and am waiting for it to arrive. I will follow up when I get it installed.

  • Good chock for the price 4

    Posted by Unknown on Aug 26th 2022

    Seems solid. Very similar in design as other more expensive options. I would give it a higher rating but the so called rubber caps, aren't rubber and slip right off. They don't hold the chock in place and merely twist. Used rubber slip guard tape and it seems to work just fine now. I would recommend with that caveat about the so called rubber caps.

  • Talon wheel chock 5

    Posted by Unknown on Jun 22nd 2022

    Works great!

  • Talon Wheel Chock 4

    Posted by KJ on Aug 2nd 2021

    Like the fitment of the chick on the front tire, it’s also light weight but sturdy. The removable pins however are a tad on the flimsy side. About the third time I drove my bike onto the mount I bent one of the pins. I replaced it with a 10” hardened steel class 5 hex bolt. All in all I would tell my friends to purchase.

  • Rock Steady Stand 4

    Posted by Unknown on Oct 26th 2020

    This thing is great for trailering your bike or working on it in the driveway. Handles a heavy bike very well. Easy assembly. Easy to load Bike, a little work to unload bike, but that is a good thing. Draw-Back; the Rubber covers on the ends of the feet should be of heavier material or they could have just rounded the corners off.