Join Date: May 2003
Location: Mountain Brook. AL
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Seems like the motorcycle trailers could easily be adapted to this purpose, assuming
some fabrication skills on your part. There are 2&3 motorcycle trailers readily
available that are light and compact. Front wheel fork clamps that are bolt on are
available for $6-10* from most bike catalogs, or you could adapt car top racks to the motorcycle racks. Yakima and Thule sell individual bike trays for cartop use that
can be used anywhere with a drill and some nuts and bolts. Use lock washers, lock
tite and nylock nuts and grade 8 or higher bolts though, you don't want the tray to drift of the trailer at 80mph on the interstate. Steve
*Thats what I remember paying, but the latest Performance catalog has them upto $20!!
Last edited by sch; 02-06-05 at 09:14 PM.