I trailered to my first 2 CCRs - as usual when I arrived people did not know what that was under my bike - just funnin around.
1. Make sure you load the bike going down hill - very little motor and clutching to load
2. Make sure you have a wide ramp at least 30" wide - ride the bike on with good foot support
3. Make sure the engine is warmed up and the servo brakes are working - no flashing lights
4. I always took off the front fender
5. I always undid the right side brake line hose block
6. I used tie straps that go around the front fork legs just above the cross brace
Do not tie anything
on the handle bars
7. I use tie downs that have ratchets to go into the tie straps
8. Let some air out of your front tire as compressing the tire will help lock it down and give good resistance to the ratchet type tie downs
9. Go down the road a bit and check the front tie downs - 90% of the hold power on the bike is on the front tie downs!!
10. If you tie down in the manner your bike suspension will be active
11. You need very little tie down on the rear - just a slight pull straight down is good enough
12. Make sure you unload the bike going down hill - thus you only need to use brakes
As others mentioned when I towed to Breckenridge - rear oil weeped out of the top vent -
without the rear tire ever rotating - what a surprise but the dealer in Colorado says this
happens all the time on our rear drives when towed.
Good luck travel safe and hope to see you in Bend, OR - counting the days!!