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I have used a G1 a dozen or so times to transport 600cc sport bikes, super motors and dirt bikes (300cc to 950cc).

I never used a wheel chock and always took the front molded channels on the G1 for granted.

Now after purchasing the G2 I realized that there are no wheel guides molded in the front wall of the bed. And on top of that the dead center of the bed has a ridge vs a shallow section to act as a wheel guide .... makes me wonder if I need to come up with a chock now to transport a bike.


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I think the Baxley-style wheel chock (black widow ramps has their version for $80 at Ramps, Carriers, Lifts, & More | Discount Ramps) would be your best bet. My brother does plenty of track days and he loves the versatility of it (in truck bed or on ground). He said they did great job on "imitating the Baxley brand wheel chock :)

I also wanted to get your thoughts on my post about the best loading ramp length. I'm looking at the 8 or 9 foot Black Widow full-width motorcycle ramp. Here's the post link: http://www.ridgelineownersclub.com/...torcycle-loading-ramp-length.html#post2671513
 
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