Motorvation Engineering Motorcycle Cargo Trailer


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Motorvation Engineering Motorcycle Cargo Trailer

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1996 Motorvation Engineering Back Pack 20 Motorcycle Cargo Trailer.

This is designed to pull behind a motorcycle. It is lightweight, compact and tucks in nicely behind your motorcycle. Empty weight is approx. 140 lbs.
Fiberglass is finished in white gelcoat and could be easily painted to color match to your bike. Unit rides on independent UCF Flexi-ride suspension with automotive style high speed bearings. Ball is 1 7/8” lockable. All wiring was recently redone to provide a flat 5 connection.

Tires are new and include a mounted spare and another loose tire for future use. Inside of unit has a carpeted floor. Includes an Igloo cooler and cooler cover that sits on the frame welded to the tongue.

Trailer pulls really well behind the motorcycle. It’s light and rolls really easily. And it holds a LOT of stuff, although you have to be careful about weight distribution.

Asking $1,000.00. This trailer sold originally for $1569.00 with the only option being the cooler rack, cooler and cooler cover. It looks like new, tows like a dream and is a really handy item for long distance riding and camping. I pulled this unit behind my GL1800 and could not have been happier. It pulls easily, tracks straight, looks good and holds a bunch of stuff.
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PRICE REDUCTION!! to $900.00. Any suggestions on post? Price? Pictures? Other?
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Make an offer, if you're interested. Wife says get it gone, so I'll consider offers. It's a great trailer.
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Re: Motorvation Engineering Motorcycle Cargo Trailer SOLD!!!

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cahinz1 wrote: Sat Feb 12, 2022 2:09 pm 1996 Motorvation Engineering Back Pack 20 Motorcycle Cargo Trailer.

This is designed to pull behind a motorcycle. It is lightweight, compact and tucks in nicely behind your motorcycle. Empty weight is approx. 140 lbs.
Fiberglass is finished in white gelcoat and could be easily painted to color match to your bike. Unit rides on independent UCF Flexi-ride suspension with automotive style high speed bearings. Ball is 1 7/8” lockable. All wiring was recently redone to provide a flat 5 connection.

Tires are new and include a mounted spare and another loose tire for future use. Inside of unit has a carpeted floor. Includes an Igloo cooler and cooler cover that sits on the frame welded to the tongue.

Trailer pulls really well behind the motorcycle. It’s light and rolls really easily. And it holds a LOT of stuff, although you have to be careful about weight distribution.

Asking $1,000.00. This trailer sold originally for $1569.00 with the only option being the cooler rack, cooler and cooler cover. It looks like new, tows like a dream and is a really handy item for long distance riding and camping. I pulled this unit behind my GL1800 and could not have been happier. It pulls easily, tracks straight, looks good and holds a bunch of stuff.
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Re: Motorvation Engineering Motorcycle Cargo Trailer

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24 years old, and discounted 30% from msrp. Lord help us.
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Yup. And it was worth every penny. You understand that MSRP was also 24 yrs ago, right?
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Re: Motorvation Engineering Motorcycle Cargo Trailer

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joecoolsuncle wrote: Sun Apr 03, 2022 7:47 pm 24 years old, and discounted 30% from msrp. Lord help us.
Converted to today's dollars, $1569 in 1998 would be $2730 today. So $1000 is a pretty good deal.


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