[QUOTE=agurudev;380850]So if you have this, you don't need a side stand at all? And can you get this locked by a single person riding the bike with no external help?[/QUOTE
I worried about this, too. You roll your bike in, and thats it. You could ride it in, too, but theres no need. I havent used my sidestand, in the garage, since i bought it. I used my rear stand, often. Now the bike goes into the chock, then the rear stand gets used. Its simple to do, and very mistake proof.
Machined pieces of metal grab and pinch your tire at the perfect moment, so the bike stays straight up. Somehow, the metal stays way away from the rim. Its like a clam shell closing. Even if you are at an angle, the stand straightens out the bike. Everything has to be just right for this to work.
Im sure others have it figured out, too, but Baxley has it perfected. Baxley also has an adjustment where it rolls in further if you used it on a trailer. I have not needed that, yet. Once its in, i dont think someone could knock it over without taking the stand with it.
Its this. They say you use the lock if you are in an earthquake zone.
You can see the guy apply that with his foot.