Motorcycle trailer.

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  1. Tom A

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    A friend of mine is into his bikes in a big way and is now thinking of buying a motorhome.
    He's seen some type of trailer where the bike sits on width ways rather than the same way as motorhome.
    Has anyone got one or used this type of trailer and are they any good ?
     
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    Seen a German guy with one last week, it was on castors so reversing no probs, other than that can't help you mate.
     
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    I have a CMF side loading trailer and am very pleased with it. I bought it with removable castors which allow it to be stored upright in my home garage which is very useful. Only 1.7m long, so cheaper ferry fares, but almost impossible to reverse as you can't see it and it jacknifes in an instant. It is light and easy to move around even with my 110kg scooter aboard. Would I recommend it? Oh yes, as my scooter rack was "tail wagging the dog" and I was well over my payload.
     
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    U can get one which needs a double towball and seems to reverse with ease but sorry not sure who is the manufacturer
     
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    East lifter made in Loughborough swivel wheels no problem reversing
     
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    Yes I have a easy lifter works well carry a 650cc bike if more info required please ask
     
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    Just won an 18 month old easy lift on eBay
     
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