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Discussion in 'Hacks' started by roadhamr, Oct 5, 2010.
Some people just don't get it. Well said Bob.
I too have been interested in a pull b-hinde for the bike. Been checking out here http://www.motocampers.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=53 and a lot of good ideas and rigs.
nay sayers can fuck off........n00b.....
Enough said I'm in that boat right now too Can't carry two up anymore & the wife can't throw a leg over anymore.But talk to us this summer in Colorado and mybe you will understand.There alot of folks not willing to give up so don't knock em...... Bob thats anice looking setup
I just received my Lee-sure Lite trailer today. It took a couple of hours to unpack it and set it up. Top Quality Product with great sales service. I bought everything but The Factory. I have to finish installing my DMC Hitch on my 2010 GSA and wire up the lights. I've never pulled a trailer with a bike before. I do have a commercial Class A License and 2 years OTR. I don't drive Big Rigs anymore but I sure do miss it. I hope this will help to fill that need. I bought both the Screen Room and the Deluxe Add A Room. I'm looking forward to some great camping this summer.
Congrats & enjoy it!
With OTR experience you'll adapt fine. Allow more room for braking. Slow early for corners, but you can power through them once set up. Braking in a turn pushes your rear wheel to the outside, you will learn that your bike will lean further than you thought!
One of the first things I noticed when I first pulled a trailer was the bike suspension worked a lot better with the gear in the trailer as opposed to (over)loading the bags and rack.
Practice loading your gear to achieve the correct balance. If you have a cooler, stay aware of the weight difference when food & ice is added.
Have fun, it's nice to sleep off the ground.
You know the rule around here. It didn't happen if no photos.
Ditto. And, hey, you are a photog - post pics!
OBTW, where on the Central Coast? 35 years in SLO. LOL - and you are right - "Left" Coast