For future reference (and, NO, I do not work for them!) the L.A. Chock can help you avoid this from occurring again. They aren't cheap (approx. $275), but, technically, you don't HAVE to strap the bike down with it's use; you can "pull" the bike towards the front of the trailer (hook your straps to the frame right behind the side covers) and that's it, no compression of the forks EVER needed again. Just a thought for you to ponder. Hope the repairs go well, I, too, agree that a professional shop will do the best job of fixing you up!Tonybxray said:Had a strap break while loading on a trailer.
Anyone know someone good with dents. (Will require paint).
Thanks in advance for your input.
:x I guess this puts the new seat on hold.