HF wheel chock bolted to trailer deck. http://www.harborfreight.com/motorcy...ock-69026.html
Tie down straps around lower fork legs above the bosses for fender and brake lines, ratchet straps to trailer for side to side stability.
Tie straps, placed in choke around top of rear tire, ratchet strap to trailer on either side, trans in first gear prevents tire movement.
This allows bike to ride on its suspension, wheel chock works great. I can ride the bike onto the trailer and into the chock, get off the bike, the chock will hold it, and tie 'er down.
The straps on rear tire serve mostly to keep the rear from dancing in case of big bumps.
Towed my FJR 3000 mi on a small flatbed trailer at speeds up to 90mph, no problems. Never moved an inch, easy load-unload.
I would never tie an FJR down by the handlebars against the suspension ala Canyon Dancers.