SherpaX Dual Sport Tow-Behind Trailer

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by chriswh86, Nov 19, 2016.

  1. Motorius

    Motorius Road trippin' Supporter

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    Wait! What about the water cooled bikes?


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  2. goforth

    goforth Been here awhile Super Supporter

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    They shouldn’t be a problem but I don’t have measurements as of yet.
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  3. vhortykho

    vhortykho Been here awhile

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    20012? Wow! That's planning ahead! :lol3
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  4. Cherch

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    Reminds me of the Uni-go trailer I had for my 2000 Harley back in early 2000's. Same configuration but with a fiberglass body. Made in New Zealand.
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  5. goforth

    goforth Been here awhile Super Supporter

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    That's right we will have the first trailer rated for intergalactic travel :jack
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  6. Motorius

    Motorius Road trippin' Supporter

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    sounds like a ... blast!
  7. goforth

    goforth Been here awhile Super Supporter

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    ..........ONLY 7 OUT OF 10 SPOTS REMAINING........
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  8. Crosstrekfisher

    Crosstrekfisher Been here awhile

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    Ok. Moved on from my trusty KLR to an Africa Twin. I already have my order for the bike adapter for my trailer. Truly excited to pull it with this bike as I intend to do a lot of camping and long travels with it.

    I will miss the simplicity and toughness of my KLR. Loved that bike, but I am ready for this one. - Besides, the KLR stayed in the Family - Gave it to my son. IMG_20191016_193746_027.jpg
  9. vhortykho

    vhortykho Been here awhile

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    Anyone successfully navigate a deep water crossing with a Sherpax in tow? I'm wondering if 30lbs is enough to keep it from floating and unloading the rear wheel. Hmmm, looks like it's bathtub experiment time! Honest, honey! It's for SCIENCE!!!
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  10. Oldschoolrocker

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    I'd love to go for it! Lol! Honeybunny maybe not so much but she always plays along. Wish I had it during this crossing. If a quad wouldnt have shown up we might have had to unpack! Light bike mighta helped. Cheers! C6FF7327-6292-414F-9F71-213558A8766B.jpeg 19C0F373-DD6F-4F7F-9C64-2D78FD503E2C.jpeg 2748E224-C7A9-41C5-A9B8-86217AE9AE6B.jpeg I'm willing to hammer that trailer anytime anyplace!! Bring it on! Next year will be the VBOM 1000 and I have total faith.
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  11. Jedi2Rider

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    That is an awesomely perfect reason to upgrade your bike!!!
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  12. duckster1959

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    PM sent, I am ready to order.
  13. Earthscape

    Earthscape Have ya got a helmut?

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    What would you need to design the hitch for the Tiger Explorer? I'm assuming you would need an actual bike for a day or so to work out the measurements, correct? I'm on the wrong coast, but maybe someone nearer to you would be willing to drop by if that's what's required.
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    Been meaning to drop this here...

    KipMoto owes me a beer for this publicity!

    :D
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  15. Jedi2Rider

    Jedi2Rider Been here awhile

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  16. duggram

    duggram Happy to be Retired Supporter

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    Hey that's a good looking setup. Perfect for a Baja trip! Or, anywhere else of course.
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  17. duggram

    duggram Happy to be Retired Supporter

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    Who was in T or C recently riding a 990 and pulling a Sherpax? I hear you were at the brewery, my favorite hang out. Next time you come through T or C please give me a heads up and I'll buy you a beer.
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  18. Motorius

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    give me a couch and a beer and I’ll do an overnight!
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  19. duggram

    duggram Happy to be Retired Supporter

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    Pretty soon I can do better than that. I have a guest house that is one big room, with bathroom with shower, and a simple kitchen. Just give me a couple of weeks.
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    I feel honored!
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