Those of you that know me (Very few I suspect ) will know that I am always busy doing something...... My wife and I have a 1200GS which we love, but dont use enough, though that is set to change in 2011 when I get a UK passport, meaning we can pop over to Europe at the drop of a hat and do more long distance touring. We also have a couple of older cars, and love Hotrods etc. The cars are a 1956 Ford Anglia, which I gave Nicola as an "engagement present" as she is a bit of a petrol head. I have a 1963 Ford Taunus Transit, ex fire engine , imported from Germany and stripped out to be a camper van, which has had a 1800cc Ford Zetec transplant in 2010. However, last year we realised that the Transit van was just too cold to make a decent camper for attending bike and car shows, so I decided to build a "Teardrop Trailer" for us, to tow behind the Transit. The trailer build took around 380 hours to complete, and cost a lot more than anticipated, also took longer than planned and nearly had Nicola leave me before we got married on the 6th of August this year..... however , once the trailer sides were up, and she could see, rather than imagine the trailer, things got much better, and she started helping a lot and contributing like a woman does, making up the interior soft furnishings etc. Here is the Build thread link: http://www.retrorides.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=othrmod&action=display&thread=67389 The "A-Frame" part of the trailer is purposefully made quite long, to either carry gas bottles for the cooker and fridge, or to fit a couple of folding bicycles for us to use when camped and set up. This year we had a small kids electric scooter which worked great, but is a pain for recharging batteries after 3 miles use. Now I have changed my mind, as one does, and started thinking of mounting a small motorbike, moped, or similar on the A-Frame to use when we are camping. I need some suggestions, or advice on what to get. Please add pics or links and your experience of these small bikes or mopeds to the thread. What I started with..... had lived in the hedge for 6 years, cost me £20.00. Stripped down, this was the chassis before cutting it shorter etc...... much more detail in build thread. Building outside in the back yard, meant that this sort of thing slowed things down a lot too. Couple of pics of the trailer if you do not want to look at the build thread. This is the space where the bike or moped will be fitted, I will make up a small deck for it to be mounted on for transporting. The smaller the better, but still has to be legal for the English laws. Fitting the pop up roof vent....... I was worried that the hole would not be water tight. Space on front of "A-Frame. After its first rain storm.... no rain water leaks. Camping at Santa Pod raceway. Interior. Pic of my 1963 FORD Taunus Transit. As found in Germany, been off the road more than 20 years, done about 7000km in all its life. Broken down on its maiden voyage after being in storage for more than 20 years..... it blew out its oil pressure sensor. Nicola was not fussed at all.... good girl. Nicola's Baby - "Myrtle" 1956 Ford Anglia. Happy girl. Rubber mats and no airbags Any advice or directions toward finding something that can be added to the trailer, much appreciated. Thanks.