Handy New Wheel Chock For Trailer, Garage Or Floor Mount

Handy Industries, the well known manufacturer of motorcycle lifts and other shop products, announced the launch of their new Wheel Chock (Part #21400, $195.00). The all-in-one kit includes attachments for trailer mount, garage floor mount or lift mount.

The Handy Wheel Chock was designed to keep your motorcycle stable during transport, storage, or performance of routine maintenance. The easy to use chock has an adjustable rocker, giving versatility to fit multiple tire widths and diameters.

“I tested out multiple competitors when we were in the design stages of the Handy Wheel Chock, and this is by far the easiest one to use on the market”, stated Handy General Manager, Joel Jansen.

The Handy Chock is made of heavy-duty rolled steel with a black wrinkle texture powder coat that looks great and masks chips and scratches. More info and list of local distributors at Handy Industries.

17 Responses to “Handy New Wheel Chock For Trailer, Garage Or Floor Mount”

  1. 1 Ryan Oct 12th, 2012 at 9:44 am

    How much?

  2. 2 Brandon Oct 12th, 2012 at 9:46 am

    Ryan. Can’t read? $195. It’s written in the first sentence.

  3. 3 Jg hardtail choppers Oct 12th, 2012 at 10:29 am

    I’ve been using there products for years . Never have any problems . Great products and fair prices . Made in America . Glad they are still around producing new parts to make shop life easier . There small Bike jack kicks ass ! Jg

  4. 4 Jim Oct 12th, 2012 at 2:20 pm

    @Ryan— right?

    Almost exactly the same as the $70 Harbor Freight chock and well over twice the $. I’m sure the Handy is much higher quality, but my HF chock works just fine, and it comes with tie-down eyelets. Chinese are kicking our butts in manufacturing.

  5. 5 Woody Oct 12th, 2012 at 9:39 pm

    Hey, I’m all for saving $125 on a chock. If a weld breaks on the cheapie one I’m sure the bike next to it will hold it up 😉

  6. 6 Oldude Oct 13th, 2012 at 7:13 am


  7. 7 Roadking Oct 13th, 2012 at 8:27 am

    Will it clear the back of the front fender on a Big Dog K9? Fender goes pretty low in back and standing bike upright, barely 4″ off floor. Definitely don’t want any contact from chock with fender!

  8. 8 calif phil Oct 13th, 2012 at 9:03 am

    Some people crack me up, Spend 20-30k for a bike but won’t spend $200 to hold it up with an American product that will probably last forever. I use Handy products and I would not use a HF tool if they were free.

  9. 9 Joe Kunke Oct 13th, 2012 at 9:48 am

    Ryan I glad your anti American! Thats why America is the shape its in, Lets all buy oversea products. The only one were hurting is ourselves.

  10. 10 Sam Oct 13th, 2012 at 5:10 pm

    Calif Phil- well said!

  11. 11 Rob Oct 14th, 2012 at 3:52 am

    Phil +1

  12. 12 Minsk Oct 14th, 2012 at 4:17 pm

    Looks good. Need to try.

  13. 13 Rick Lossner Oct 15th, 2012 at 8:06 am

    Interesting ..

    If i buy the chock from HF for $79.00 ( or less on sale ) I’m a commie non – US supporter according to some..

    If I buy the chock from Handy for $179.00 , ….I’m a RUB according to some.

    Only comment we’re missing is that all the folks that trailer their bikes are pussys, not real bikers, etc, etc.

  14. 14 1550tc Oct 15th, 2012 at 10:19 am

    That chock was as low as $39 at HF with some coupon deal

    Spend 20-30k for a bike but won’t spend $200 to hold it up with an American product that will probably last forever.

    Heck , they dont even buy proper tie down straps for 50$

    “quality is remembered long after price is forgotten”

  15. 15 Oldude Oct 15th, 2012 at 1:59 pm

    Go to your local H/D dealer and buy some Tie down straps that the new bikes are secured with when shipped from the factory and the wheel chock issue is mute. Good straps will hold your bike in place if properly used. I’m talking about the rachet type.

  16. 16 lugnut Oct 15th, 2012 at 5:56 pm

    Hey, Handy went out of business one time and we all regretted it. Lets not let it happen again. Step up and help them out. You end up with the highest quality part to boot. As for those Harbor Freight fans – go for it. The Chicoms love you.

  17. 17 Chris Oct 16th, 2012 at 9:45 am

    I agree completely that we ought to do our best to support Handy and any other American company, particularly in light of our current economic situation nationally. I’ve used the Handy chock and it works awesome. I’ve never used the Harbor Freight version and would never purchase one because I’ve been stung too many times by their other junky tools. Their chock might be great, but I’ll never buy one.

    On the other hand, let’s be careful not to be hypocrites. How many of us are wearing Dickies work shirts? The vast majority are made in Mexico. Dickies does offer a Made in the USA work shirt; short sleeve button down. $165. How many of us are wearing the USA version? I do my best to buy American, but I simply can’t afford a week’s worth of work shirts at $165 a pop. My point isn’t to vilify Dickies, but to make a comparison regarding buying habits.

    I guess we need a new slander to replace Commie for those who buy products made in Mexico. Lugnut might like Mexicom.

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