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Old 07-15-2009, 12:58 PM   #74
datol
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Trailer

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Originally Posted by CodeMonkee
... I am seriously thinking of buying something to haul it (and other stuff) to riding areas that are not nearby rather than ride it on the road. ...
My riding buddy and I used a Mercedes 300D for trailering for a few years, it was awesome, nice AC, comfortable, quiet, and nothing like showing up for a race all refreshed instead of beat to death by the pick-up you drove over night to get there.

We built a small receiver hitch for it, but now you can buy some small ones for cars.

http://shopping.yahoo.com/s:Trailers...4168-Brand=BMW

The other key is a light trailer.

http://www.discount-trailers.com/mot...e_trailers.htm

Very cool bike, good luck

Dane
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