If it fits on, in the wheel chock, and you get four tie downs on it, you should be fine.
The best advice was given already, DO NOT take the suspension out of the suspension.
It needs to use it's own suspension to take the bumps.
Tracus and I pulled his RT and my LT, side by side, a bit staggered a few years ago. Open trailer, behind Tracus's RV. We had our way with the wood floor mounting our Condor http://store.condor-lift.com/product...ler-Only-Chock
Wheel Chocks. We had no issues at all. Other then keeping gas in the RV there and back
Read the link posted, take note of the brake hose strap placement, the frame under the bags for the rear and you should be good to go.
As to your loading not sure on that but if a winch is involved I would assume that means you need two to get it on and off. I guess there would be a remote control on those by now? So maybe one guy only? We had a big oll wire gate ramp. I know I stressed the dill out of it with the LT but she held
The RT did not bother it
Have fun and just check it after a few miles, then at your gas or pee breaks. You can chalk or tape each side of the rear tire on the floor to see if she is moving around in the rear. I used my excess straps to tie the front wheel into the chock, but you can drive a bike into a Condor and get off, the bike will remain upright.