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There are few things more satisfying than an afternoon spent in the garage, tuning up your dirt bike and getting it ready for your next session. The radio blaring your favorite station, a couple of your favorite beverages on hand and a whole lot of grease… that’s the makings of a great few hours, if you ask us.

Of course, to complete your work safely, you need to make sure your bike is properly restrained, and that will involve the use of wheel chocks.

Wheel chocks are an important precautionary measure to use whenever you’re working on your bike. They come in a variety of different styles, but the point is always the same—to prevent wheels from rolling, which might otherwise cause an accident in your garage while you’re working.

Here’s a quick rundown of everything you should know about selecting and using wheel chocks when working on your dirt bike.

Choosing the right wheel chocks for your bike

There are a lot of different factors that go into determining not just the kind of wheel chocks you’ll get for your bike, but also when you will or will not need to use them.

Here’s a quick look at some of those factors.

At Black Widow Pro, we’ve got a few options in stock for dirt bike and motorcycle chocks, including chocks that come in fixed or adjustable widths.

Positioning the chocks

Here are a few tips:

Remember—you can’t skip chocks if you’re going to be spending any time working on your bike! Follow all the steps for setting up your chocks and you’ll be able to spend your Saturday tinkering away on your bike without a care in the world.