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Kendon Stand-Up Motorcycle Trailer Review

Kendon Stand-Up Motorcycle Trailer. A wide 3-piece ramp allows you to ride a bike on.

I can think of several ways that even a diehard street rider can make use of a motorcycle trailer. Transporting bikes for service, rescuing a broken-down machine or towing a less comfortable motorcycle across the state to a good riding area, for example. We also use our trailer to pick up test bikes when we can’t leave one behind. The ...

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Bushtec Quantum Sport Trailer Review

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Bushtec is a name you’re probably familiar with. It was the first example of a “big wheel” style of motorcycle trailer, invented in 1974 by Bill Bushling for a friend who was unable to find a commercial model to his liking. Word of mouth kept Bill busy producing trailers at his little workshop in California until 1989, when the company ...

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Bunkhouse Queen Camping Trailer Review

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The choices motorcyclists have among on-the-road lodgings differ as much as their choices in motorcycles. Many prefer comfort and choose a motel or bed-and-breakfast; others opt for rustic pleasure and pitch a tent in some idyllic setting. We recently evaluated a product that allows you to combine the best of both worlds. Bunkhouse began manufacturing motorcycle camping trailers in 1974 ...

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Stinger Folding Motorcycle Trailer Review

Stinger Folding Motorcycle Trailer

By James Parchman [The Stinger Folding Motorcycle Trailer Review was originally published in the September 2008 issue of Rider magazine] Gene Roddenberry’s famous words, “Space–the final frontier…” could describe the motorcyclist’s incessant quest for more cubic feet in which to store additional moto toys…sorry, moto “necessities.” A good example of a frequently overlooked necessity is a trailer with which to ...

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Joe Hauler Motorcycle Carriers Review


[This Joe Hauler Motorcycle Carriers Review was originally published in the February 2008 issue of Rider magazine] Now here’s something you don’t see every day. When you need to haul your motorcycle rather than ride it, if you’re content to use a trailer or load it in the back of a pickup, there’s no need to read any further. But ...

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