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Motorcycle Trailer? - March 25, 2019, 03:43 PM

Would anyone have a recommendation for a lightweight sportbike motorcycle trailer?

That can be stored easily and pulled with a regular full size car.

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March 25, 2019, 03:53 PM

Trailer in a bag is pretty good


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Harbor freight is cheap and light but count on hardware to be missing and extra stuff plus you have to buy tie down points and 4x8 wood. Instructions are trash.


Trailer in a bag super light and easy fits in your trunk when not in use. Not cheap though.


I got a 5x8 open trailer at tractor supply for $699. Fits 2 sportbikes more comfortably than a 4x8.


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if you get a harbor freight I will build it for you in a day for some money. They are simple, but tedious. 4x8 will easily accomodate 2 bikes. get the cheap chocks from harbor freight as well. 7-8ths ply, 6 strap points, folds, go with the largest tires. trust me.
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March 27, 2019, 05:54 PM

I have a friend with a trailer in a bag. I don't think he's ever used it, but he bought it used. He's down in Blackburg, but I'm not sure if he took the trailer with him or if he left it up here.


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Did you want a true trailer with both wheels off the ground?
I personally Just picked up a 5x8 off craigslist and installed a motorcycle wheel chock Lock. I was going to do harbor freight, but actually found a better one used for cheaper so went that route.

However if you don't need to have both wheels off the ground... there are these options (not this one specifically, but just this type)
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Portable-Mo...oAAOSwUKxYb0au
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