If you want to store your motorcycle for longer periods of time, or if you want to store your motorcycle in a way that doesn’t require as much space, a motorcycle wheel chock can be a great investment. Many wheel chocks can be found online, although not all of them have the same level of quality. I’ve compared a lot of the wheel chocks on mainly their durability, and can now present you this list of best motorcycle wheel chocks.
Before we continue to the results, I’ll summarize what you should look out for when buying a motorcycle wheel chock. There is not a single best wheel chock, but rather a few excellent wheel chocks depending on what you are looking for.
What to look out for
First off, check the wheel size of your bike. If it is between 17 and 21 inches, pretty much any motorcycle wheel chock will fit perfectly. If you are outside of that range, be more careful when it comes to the size. Especially the MaxxHaul 70271 can fit both larger and smaller bikes, so make sure to check it out.
Secondly, depending on where you want to use the wheel chock not all options are as good. While pretty much all of them are perfect for use in a garage, if you want to put your bike on a trailer or a small place, be sure to take all the measurements. Speaking of trailers, if you’re looking for a trailer as well, check out our best motorcycle trailers review.
Lastly, always use tie downs. Most of the wheel chocks come without them, and most companies will tell you that you don’t need any if you use their wheel chock. But despite all that, if your bike does fall over, they won’t be paying the damage. A few straps cost almost nothing, so when you buy a wheel chock, add in a few straps as well. You can find some of the best motorcycle tie down straps here.
Top 5 Best Motorcycle Wheel Chocks
|Motorcycle wheel chocks||Weight||Wheel Size|
|Extreme Max 5001.5010||20 lbs||17-21 inches|
|MaxxHaul 70075||15 lbs||17-21 inches|
|Venom Wheel Chock||25 lbs||17-21 inches|
|MaxxHaul 70271||35 lbs||15-22 inches|
|Dragway Wheel Chock||22 lbs||16-21 inches|
Extreme Max 5001.5010 Standard Motorcycle Wheel Chock
The best motorcycle wheel chock of this review is the Extreme Max 5001. It doesn’t have anything fancy, but it works. Wheel chocks are pretty straightforward devices, and with that, the single most important thing is its durability. The durability of the Extreme Max 5001 is excellent, thanks to being made of heavy duty steel. The design is adjustable to some extent, allowing you to fit in 17 inches up to 21-inch wheel motorcycles in the wheel chock. When it comes to the width of the wheels, most wheels fit in nicely. The minimum width is 3 3/32 inch (78.5 millimeters) and the maximum width is 7 3/32 inch (180 millimeters). It’s pretty hard to find a bike that won’t fit.
Assembly is relatively easy and painless, depending on where you want to mount the wheel chock.
Extreme Max 5001.5010 key specs
- 20 lbs
- Fits 17 – 21-inch wheels
- Minimum width of 3 3/32 inch (78.5 millimeters) and maximum width of 7 3/32 inch (180 millimeters)
- Fully black
- Heavy duty steel construction
- Easy assembly
- Adjustable Design
MaxxHaul 70075 Motorcycle Wheel Chock Review
The MaxxHaul Motorcycle Wheel Chock is a simple yet effective wheel chock. While it does lack the steel stabilizers at the sides that the Extreme Max motorcycle wheel chock has, on most features they are pretty comparable. The MaxxHaul is made of heavy duty steel and has a solid design and construction. When it comes to the size, the MaxxHaul is adjustable and will fit most motorcycles without issue. The exact minimum and maximum width aren’t listed for some reason, so if your bike has wheels with not so common dimensions, I would recommend going for the Extreme Max instead.
The assembly is straightforward again, barely anything that can possibly go wrong thanks to the simple and solid design.
MaxxHaul 70075 key specs
- 15 lbs
- Fits most common motorcycle wheel sizes
- Heavy duty steel
- Adjustable design
- Orange and black
Venom Universal Motorcycle Wheel Chock Review
The Venom Wheel Chock has a different design than the other wheel chocks in this list. It has multiple stabilizer bars which allow you to use the wheel chock without mounting it to any surface. Although that may be possible, I would be very careful trying that out with an expensive motorcycle. Especially if you own a bigger motorcycle. Luckily enough the Venom Motorcycle Wheel Chock does include holes for mounting it to any flat surface.
The Chock fits 17 to 21-inch wheel sizes, just like the Extreme Max. When it comes to the width the Venom Wheel Chock has a great V-shaped design, allowing different wheel widths to fit in perfectly. However, Venom has not specified which minimum and maximum widths are officially supported, so be careful with very wide or very small tires.
Assembly is not too difficult, but you’ll have to do it without any instructions. Shouldn’t be a problem for most, and even if it is, a quick Google search can find you proper instructions. Why they aren’t included in the product itself beats me.
Overall The Venom Motorcycle Wheel Chocks are a very decent product. The design and material are very stable, and it may even be used as a motorcycle stand without having to mount everything. Despite having mentioned some (minor) downsides, I do firmly believe that this wheel chock deserves its place among the best motorcycle wheel chocks.
Venom Wheel Chock key specs
- Can be used stand alone and mounted
- Fits 17 – 21-inch wheels
- High-grade steel
- Easy to assemble
- Thicker construction than the other wheel chocks
MaxxHaul 70271 Heavy Duty Motorcycle Wheel Chock
The MaxxHaul 70271 is a wheel chock made for the heaviest bikes. It can hold up to 1800 lbs, and got a flat design to make that possible. Besides holding up even the heaviest motorcycles, it can also accommodate the biggest and smallest wheel sizes. Any wheel from 15 to 22 inch fits in the wheel chock. The minimum and maximum width are roughly 3 to 5 inches, fitting most wheels as well.
The MaxxHaul is made of heavy high-quality steel, which makes the wheel chock very heavy itself. It weighs about 35 lbs on its own. With that, it does get a bit difficult to walk around with it a lot.
Overall the MaxxHaul is the best motorcycle wheel chock for heavy bikes and large bikes. If you are searching for a solid option for a very large bike, have a look at the MaxxHaul 70271.
MaxxHaul 70271 key specs
- Weighs 35 lbs
- Fits 15 – 22-inch wheels
- High-grade steel
- Minimum width of 3 inches (76 millimeters) and maximum width of 5 inches (127 millimeters)
- Hold up to 1800 lbs
Dragway Tools Motorcycle Wheel Chock Review
The Dragway Motorcycle Wheel Chock is best described as a mix of the MaxxHaul and the Venom motorcycle wheel chocks. It has a high capacity (1500 lbs) and can hold a wide variety of bikes (16 to 21-inch wheel sizes. Yet at the same time, it can be used as a standalone device without mounting it first. I still advise against that, but it is possible.
The Dragway wheel chock is easily put together and operated. It’s made of high-grade steel (weighs 22 lbs), and can take some abuse. Overall it is a solid wheel chock that can be used on most bikes.
Dragway Wheel Chock key specs
- Weighs 22 lbs
- Fits 16 – 21-inch wheels
- High-grade steel
- Upper shoe has 5 adjustment holes
- Includes a safety latch
- Hold up to 1500 lbs
All wheel chocks in this list are super easy to use. Just ride the bike into the chock and lock the wheel chock. Additional straps can be used depending on the model. For a video of a wheel chock in action, see below.