I agree with looping soft ties around the lower triple. That's how I've towed many bikes over the years, including full-faired sport bikes. I've been able to adjust the tie down points so as not to hit the fairings. Make sure you have good quality straps, not the cheap junk from Home Depot or Harbor Freight. I've used exclusively Ancra for over 20 years with no failures. I prefer the cam ones compared to ratchet. It's easy to get the ratchet ones too tight, plus I find them a pain to release compared to the cam style.
For the rear (always tie the rear, too!) I've used rear foot pegs, front foot pegs, part of the subframe, whatever works. If possible, pull these two straps forward also. If you can't due to the location of the tie down rings, just don't pull them too tight or you'll end up pulling the bike out of the wheel chock.
ALWAYS use a front wheel chock. Just jamming the front tire against a wall will work, but has as greater chance of failure as the wheel may turn and the bike can fall.
Canyon dancers work, too. I've never had one snap a handlebar, but I suppose it's possible if you really over tightened it. What they do, however, is sometimes mess up your grips.
I haven't towed the Versys yet, but that's what I'd do. If you're going to tow often, the very best system is the PitBull trailer restraint system. They do make a pin for the Versys' solid axle; a cup that has to be installed. I use this system to tow my GSXR to the track. It was developed after I was towing, but I got one a few years ago. No tie downs needed, it just attaches to the rear axle. Rock solid. It's pricey, but worth it if you'll tow often.