camping trailer


Information, ideas, experiences and help with camping, pulling a trailer and roughing it on your Goldwing
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rufus15
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camping trailer

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looking to get a trailer for camping, but haven't been riding long and have concerns of stability and overall safe operation of hauling a camper. can anyone share experiences or make recommendations as to a good pop up to purchase for a bike. thanks. :) :)


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Re: camping trailer

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If price is no object then there are two that I would look at. Time Out $3 - 4000 and the Bunkhouse (made by bushtec). Both are pricey, but both are about the nicest available (there could be others too as there are lots of them out there) Leesurelite $4900 is lighter than the previous two I mentioned, Mini Mate $2300 are less expensive than most, Roadman are fairly new to the market and take more time to set up the tent but they have more cargo space than most, and many many more. All pull really well if loaded correctly for weight distribution.
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You can find used ones reasonable, check the ads including Craigslist. I've seen them from $700-2200 , some are in excellent shape. Doug
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