I highly recommend to anyone thinking about wheel chocks to check out the Bike Grab:
I think someone on this forum turned me onto this product, which was exactly what I needed for my rental trailer to get the 'blade to a track day.
The beauty is this does not require mounting holes into your pickup or rental trailer, but could be done if you wanted. I liked it because I could easily transfer it to whatever vehicle or trailer I had. In fact, I knew this was the *right stuff* when I put the 'blade in it in the garage and it just stood upright without support as if the bike was on my Pitbull stand, just like one of the pictures show. However, for the IQ impaired, also use tie downs. (I used a Canyon Dancer and Ancra red tie downs with the bike grab on a 300 mile tow with nary a problem. Twenty miles of that trip was on scarrified, chewed up road that was going to be resurfaced in a week.)
John was very helpful and demonstrated above average customer service when he assured me I would have my stand before I needed to go to the track, and he was right. This in spite of the fact that the stands were out of stock from the UK when I placed my order.
There is some minor assembly required, but nothing complex. If you know righty tighty, lefty loosey, and have access to a torque wrench, you got it made!
It is a little pricey, but not when you consider it will be a tool you can use for a lifetime and easily transfer from vehicle to vehicle, and bike to bike.
I have no interests or stock in this company or product. Once in awhile a truly excellent motorcycle or accessory comes along that I would like to share my recommendation with others. Since you already know about the Fireblade, the Bike Grab was a product report I could give!!!
John's info below:
edit: Oops, almost forgot...you gotta check out the Tommy Jack too! No, trust me on this, you gotta, even if you're not interested!