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Neat Trailer

Discussion in 'Bike Related Photographs' started by spanglish, Apr 20, 2014.

  1. spanglish

    spanglish New Member

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    Just spotted this neat bit of engineering on the BMW F 650 .co.uk web site, have trailer will travel !!
     

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  2. nigelphoto

    nigelphoto New Member

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    Ideal for a family of four, if you put a sun lounger on the trailer
     
  3. Boris

    Boris Administrator Staff Member Forum Supporter

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    Ooo don't let Vader see that
     
  4. Whealie

    Whealie Moderator Staff Member Forum Supporter

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    Want one. :cool:
     
  5. OhJ

    OhJ Active Member

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    Just found this going to start scrounging steel


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  6. PaulC

    PaulC Member

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    Used to see quite a few of these back in the 70s also there was the side winder which looked like a side car but still allowed the bike to lean around corners , saw a lot of LCs whith them stuck on the side.
     
  7. NickelArse

    NickelArse Member

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    I've seen a fantastic but over engineered one made from a GS rear swinging arm. It carried four alloy panniers and looked great

    sent from my thingy, using whatchamacallit
     
  8. Kjell Lindberg

    Kjell Lindberg Active Member

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    My mates trailer:

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    Raymo Active Member

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    uk regs


    Towing with a motorbike




    You can use motorbikes with an engine size of 125cc or more to tow small trailers.

    Your motorbike has to be clearly and permanently marked with its ‘kerbside weight’.


    Kerbside weight is the weight of the vehicle without passengers or any load but with a full tank of fuel and filled up with the necessary oils, water and fluids.

    The trailer must be no more than 1 metre wide and must be clearly and permanently marked with its unladen weight.

    When the trailer is loaded it must weigh no more than 150 kilograms or 2/3 of the kerbside weight of the motorbike - whichever is lighter.

    When hitched, the distance between the end of the trailer and the rear axle of the motorbike must be no more than 2.5 metres
     

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