Oz : That's sweet! Doing a little sniffing around, I found this
, which also looks good at $14.95/day, but without the security of the enclosed 5x8. Great for those of us that don't have anywhere to store a trailer.
Edit note: Nice truck, BTW.
That's the same trailer I used to take my 'blade to the track day. It's cheap, tows well, and is easy to up/download (the bike...this isn't computer talk!
I have found two essential products that make my trailering the 'blade very easy, for peace of mind and actually getting the job done. The following product evaluations are my thoughts and mine alone. The product recommendation I give has no connection to FireBlades.org, its owner, moderators or list members whatsoever. Even I deny that I wrote this post.
Okay, with that bs out of the way, I use a Canyon Dancer [this is a must have item if you trailer your bike] along with Ancra tie downs.
Okay, those are the essentials, but I cannot fail to recommend this: http://www.bike-lift.com/ [Cut and paste, I am being screamed at by the family who wants to go out to dinner, so I cannot provide a link]
The bike grab wheel chock is the finishing touch for the U-Haul trailer, and it works well at home in the garage too! John Brown, [email protected]
was extremely helpful and pleasant to work with regarding my order. The product does what it is supposed to do. Yes, it isn't inexpensive, but what it is is quality, ingenuity and tooltime. *(tooltime means it does the intended job well) This is one of those things that hurt the wallet to buy initially, but lasts a lifetime and pays for itself over and over.
I have no interest in this product other than as a satisfied customer, and I only want to tell my friends about my experience with this product and the people behind it. Something worth consideration.