Kendon Ride On Standup Dual Trailer Photos


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FloridaBrent
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Kendon Ride On Standup Dual Trailer Photos

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Been doing some work toward getting the Pro Backup Assist system on my Ford to work with my Kendon Trailer.

So far some issues that I have not fixed so going to the Ford Dealer with the Kendon Trailer to see if they have any suggestions.

Trailering wife's bike (K1600B) and my bike (2018 DCT) 2000 miles to Sturgis so I want everything to go smooth ..... so besides working on the Ford Back Up System have a trailer dolly and plan to get a swivel trailer jack installed to the Kendon trailer for ease of loading.

A few photos for FYI.
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That's a pretty nice looking trailer.
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That looks functional, I like the fact that it is foldable.
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I thought the whole point of a touring bike is to ride it long distances, not trailer it? :roll:
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Rambozo wrote: Thu Jul 22, 2021 11:59 pm I thought the whole point of a touring bike is to ride it long distances, not trailer it? :roll:
those of us who live in the hot & humid areas, are giving up that idea...
plus "Time Off" for riding is at a premium for most of the Working Stiffs.

you can drive a vehicle in air conditioned comfort for 12 hours a day, but 300 miles in 100*F will cook your goose.

that is why I quit riding to rallys several years ago, I had to stop every 2 hours and spend an hour in Air Conditioning some place.... that ended my fun.....
I much prefer to get there safely, and then enjoy local rides with friends once I get there.


By the way, that is one neat trailer, don't think I have ever seen one like that.


~John

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