1 wheel motorcycle trailer

Discussion in 'Equipment' started by longrider999, Apr 18, 2008.

  1. longrider999

    longrider999 Long timer

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    i havent pulled a trailer with a cycle since the early 80s.i had a beemer with a 2 wheel trailer i pulled behind.i HATED it.felt like i was pulling a trailer.has anybody pulled a single wheel trailer behind their bike?what brand?thank you.
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  2. radguzzi

    radguzzi The Journey is the Reward

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    http://www.uni-go-trailers.com/


    A fellow on the Guzzi board uses one of these, swears by it. I have not tried one... I stopped hauling trailers after the first year of pulling one, hated it but that's just me, lots of folks do.
    I may consider hauling one with the Hack though...
    Best,
    Rob
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  3. LynxSS

    LynxSS Been here awhile

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  4. blue01

    blue01 Been here awhile

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    longrider,

    Yeah, the Uni-Go trailers are one of the best trailers out there. A friend of mine tows one behind his Gold Wing, doesn't even know it's back there.
    He says it only weighs 70 pounds empty and will haul up to 100 pounds.
    The nice thing about it, and there are many, it leans with the bike, doesn't interfere with peg scrapping, and at night they pull it into their motel room.

    They are a bit expensive, but a very unique and practical design.
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  5. Uncle Ernie

    Uncle Ernie Long timer

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    Sorry- I mis-understood...

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  6. Tomakazie

    Tomakazie n00b

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    I have a 2006 K1200 Lt and wanted a Unigo. Did I need one (No):becca Did I purchase on (yes):wings
    I found a used one in Utah.. Made the deal over the phone and drove 450 mile up to pick it up.I had the 6000 mile service completed in Salt Lake City and they wired the lights. Back down to Albuquerque NM. The wife kept looking behind to make sure it was still hooked up. Pulls like a dream. As a mater a fact I can not see it behind the LT. Wicked it up to 100 and not a problem. :jump Really handy to roll into the hotel room also. No one needs any more room than it has. Also when you miss the hole in the road so does the trailer...Keep looking , you can find a used one for a good price....
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  7. decodent

    decodent CyberGypsy

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    Just checked out the video on the UniGo ... that thing looks sweet. wonder if it'd work behind a WeeStrom ... ?

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  8. GP640

    GP640 Long timer

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    yes.
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  9. cheff

    cheff Been here awhile

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    But its a home built unit.

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  10. Doctor Doug

    Doctor Doug n00b

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    I have an 80s vintage one wheel trailer on my 81 GL500 SilverWing, works great
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