Of all the things you can do with your motorcycle, trailering it will always raise the debate level. Being so, Kendon Trailers’ tag line for its hauling units states, “The second best way to move your bike.” First choice would be to, obviously, ride the sucker. Trailers can be a necessity at times, but they are always cumbersome and require a storage footprint most owners would choose not to deal with. Kendon has been creating solutions to this very problem for years. This year marks the company’s 20th anniversary and as such, decided to commemorate it by releasing the Limited Edition Dual Motorcycle Trailer you see here.
Kendon’s Limited Edition Dual Motorcycle Trailer includes all the standard features of the regular dual trailer with added benefits. It features round tube steel construction with a lower 13-inch platform, longer loading ramp with guide rails, integrated front wheel chocks, and a new rear folding section lockdown clamp. It doesn’t stop there either. That two-tone orange-and-black powdercoat can’t be missed, nor can the LED taillight kit, 13-inch aluminum wheels with radial tires riding on an integrated torsion bar axle, crank down swivel jack, and Dowco trailer cover. Weighing in at 400 pounds with a trailering capacity of 2,000 pounds, Kendon has you covered should you need to tow your bike anywhere. And we almost forgot, storing this trailer is a breeze because the end of the trailer folds over the deck and this trailer stands up! Swivel casters at key points allow you to roll the trailer around while it’s on end in your garage. MSRP for the Limited Edition trailer rings in at $3,895.95 versus the standard trailer’s $2,649.95 price tag. After checking out the comparative differences between the two at kendonusa.com, we’re sure you’ll agree that the new trailer is too cool to pass up. HB
|» Storage is much easier than any other trailer.||» Small size can make it difficult to see behind a full-size truck when no bikes are loaded.|
|» Small size with a large capacity.||» Short reach between the hitch and axle can make it easy to jackknife if not careful while reversing.|
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