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Two tie-down/chock products...

Just happened across these while surfing another board, and thought I'd throw them out here for the masses...

http://www.ststands.com/main.cfm

http://www.cyclecynch.com/ (supposedly a better version of bar harness than Canyon Dancer)
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Re: Two tie-down/chock products...

Got to the first link and didn't get any further. I didn't see anything motorcycle related in the first link. All I saw were female breastasists.

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Re: Two tie-down/chock products...

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Just happened across these while surfing another board, and thought I'd throw them out here for the masses...


http://www.cyclecynch.com/ (supposedly a better version of bar harness than Canyon Dancer)
Thats exactaly what I designed in my head after using the canyon dancer a few times! The CD always pulls the grips inwards...this keeps the griploops the same width and the tention downwards. I bet it will work alot better.
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Re: Two tie-down/chock products...

I prefer the first version
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Re: Two tie-down/chock products...

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Just happened across these while surfing another board, and thought I'd throw them out here for the masses...

http://www.ststands.com/main.cfm

http://www.cyclecynch.com/ (supposedly a better version of bar harness than Canyon Dancer)
The ST Stands would be ideal if a) they easily mount/detach to the trailer floor and b) they'll fit a 929/954. I can't tell from the pic how they mount to the bike.

Oh...and the chick is fugly, IMO.

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Re: Two tie-down/chock products...

That chick looks a lot better in the RRW ad that runs every month. Nice bod, but she looks a little worn. But who am I to be picky....

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Re: Two tie-down/chock products...

Chick in the first link is a butta-face.
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Re: Two tie-down/chock products...

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The ST Stands would be ideal if a) they easily mount/detach to the trailer floor and b) they'll fit a 929/954. I can't tell from the pic how they mount to the bike.

Oh...and the chick is fugly, IMO.
I was thinking the same freaking thing about how the thing mounts to the rear wheel of the bike.

As for the "chick", I wouldn't kick her out of bed for eating crackers!
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As for the "chick", I wouldn't kick her out of bed for eating crackers!
You never "kick" them out of bed, you push them. It doesn't leave a mark that way!

edit: Calling her a "chick" is just an age thing. Old habits die hard...

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That chick looks a lot better in the RRW ad that runs every month. Nice bod, but she looks a little worn. But who am I to be picky....

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A little worn? Oh, trust me my friend, I'd definitly "add some hard miles" to that piece of work... If ya follow me...
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Re: Two tie-down/chock products...

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The ST Stands would be ideal if a) they easily mount/detach to the trailer floor and b) they'll fit a 929/954. I can't tell from the pic how they mount to the bike.

Oh...and the chick is fugly, IMO.
The rear accordding to ad sez "steel rod through hollow rear axle shaft as in most mordern sport bikes" What about the front?
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The rear accordding to ad sez "steel rod through hollow rear axle shaft as in most mordern sport bikes" What about the front?
I can't remember...does the 929 have a hollow rear axle? My bike is buried deep in hibernation so I can't find out until the spring thaw.

I don't think the concept would work on the front...

edit: Just read more on their site and it does fit a 929. I like the concept...I may have to get one. Sure would like to hear from someone who already owns though.

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