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You want cheap go to Harbor Freight. Nothing wrong at all with the function for about $40. You'll have to get your own thumb screws.
As long as you're going to bolt it down, the Condor is fine. I've tried about all the "teter-toter" style front chocks, and the Baxley is the only one heavy enough not to slide when you are trying to pull the bike out of the chalk. All the rest require they be bolted, weighted, or otherwise held in place or they just slide backwards with the bike...a real PITA if you're by yourself. Warm tires after a ride only make it worse. One very good alternative that hasn't been mentioned is the "wheel-dock." Mostly for Harleys and bikes with larger front tires. I have one and find it very easy to use. https://wheeldock.com/pages/harley-wheel-chockWith any of them, your aim has to be spot-on or the bike will be crossed-up a bit.
I really like the looks of that Wheeldock chock since I'm 5'3" with a 28" inseam. It's gotta be a lot easier backing out without going up and over the teeter totter. Thanks for mentioning that one Motormike! I may need to remove the chock so I can stow my Bushtec in front of the motorcycle, then reinstall and load the bike... and vice versa.
I always stand beside the bike back the bike out of the chock then set it on the side stand before getting on as normal. Give me much more control in stead of back walking the bike whilst straddling it. Most of the time I also just push the bike in the chock. If you ride in it has a tendency to slide forward.
I made my own out of free scrap steel I had lying about. (Guzzi content). Not as pretty as those shown. It works. Wot more can I say.
That, of course, is the best one.
Works for me Chuck. Scottish heritage, married to a Dutch lady and I own a Guzzi.Didn't stand a chance really. <shrug>
2 Baxleys' in my garage, one black for the Scura, one red for the Griso...solid pieces, very well constructed.
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