Riding home Sunday night from Thunder Beach at Panama City, FL, I was amazed to see how many bikes were improperly strapped down on trailers. These bikes were leaning on the kickstand while being strapped. The load on the kickstand increases dramatically when the bike bounces on the trailer due to bumpy roads, possibly causing the kickstand to fail. Then the term “sucks to be you” applies. One trailer had two very nice Harleys with the kickstands on the same 2x4 so the bikes would be more vertical. The proper way is to have the bike straight up so the load is spread evenly on both straps. Kickstand should not touch the ground. I leave my kickstand down for when I pull off the right strap first. Only have to drop a bike once to figure that one out (Thank God it was my first bike, 1972 Suzuki TS125) I also found it funny that someone would have a $20-75K bike and a crappy trailer with worn out tires. If that was you I seen, sorry, but go spend some money and get a better trailer.