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Trailing Your Motorcycle, An Easy and Handy Way

10
June
2013
  Posted at 02:00:00 PM
  File under  Ideas
  Author: Mike Werner
  Location: Normandy, France
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Sometimes we just can't help it. We need to trailer our motorcycle. Like when the bike is broken and it needs to go to hospital, or just to go somewhere via car and use your motorcycle later on.

But one category of people who at times trailer their motorcycle, but have some problems doing so, are people who go on holidays with a caravan or even with a boat or horses. If you have a caravan or boat/horse trailer, you already have a trailer, and the only way you can bring your motorcycle is if you've got a truck and load it in the back. Not very elegant, plus you forfeit a lot of storage space.

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Hitch Helper Open Acchitchhelper link in a new window is the solution for you. What Hitch Helper is, is a separate mini-trailer that gets placed in between your car and your actual trailer or caravan. It's narrow, so your motorcycle gets loaded sideways, but the trailer is load-bearing that carries the weight by itself, not via your car. So it's better for your car.

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So what it means, is that you hitch the Hitch Helper trailer to your car, load your motorcycle, and then hitch your trailer/caravan/boat/horses trailer to the Hitch Helper. Now you can carry everything with you on your holidays. It also makes driving a bit easier since your actual trailer will be able to corner easier.

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You can't use the Hitch Helper on its own... you need to hitch a trailer to it. It's just a "junction" piece. The Hitch Helper can be custom made to suit your needs, but on average it will hold a 1,000 lbs motorcycle.

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I can't find any prices, so can't tell you how much it'll cost. They are trying to find investors who will help them take the production into a bigger scale.

Click here to read more about Hitch Helper on their web site Open Acchitchhelper link in a new window
Click here to access the Hitch Helper Facebook page Open Facebook link in a new window
Want to invest in this company. Click here for Hitch Helper Fundable page Open Fundable link in a new window





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