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What else is in the garage?  Can you sandwich the bikes between "soft" stuff?  Another option is to get a bike stand, strap it to the floor, and then put the bikes in it.  I use one of these both when traveling and when setup in a park.  

https://www.amazon.com/F2C-Bicycle-Parking-Storage-Outdoor/dp/B07P41FG9N/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=bicycle+floor+rack&qid=1577545757&s=hi&sr=1-3

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23 hours ago, time_traveler said:

I will have one motorcycle in the garage area

I am assuming you're using a Condor or similar front wheel chock (or one of those under bike lock down things that fit Harley tourers), centered in the garage as far forward as possible.  You likely have enough space on either side to put one of the bike stands to hold both bikes.  A cheap moving blanket from Harbor Freight thrown over each bike is added protection from something falling on them.

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