I have been talking with owner of Dauntless Motors since about November about trailers. As I have stated in other posts the Uni-go is now back in production but Dauntless will not be carrying them again. They will be building their own one wheeled trailer that has yet to be named. Dauntless builds their own Zenith line of two wheeled trailers so they are not new to the business.
It will be about 1 cubic foot larger than the Uni-go with similar styling. The cargo compartment will actually be two separate halves that will quickly detach from the frame. They can be carried around like luggage unless you have more weight in them than you can carry that way. They will also develop other cargo carrying platforms that will mount to the trailer frame, like a golf club rack, a surf board rack or whatever. I suggested a wheel chock platform so I could tour with my HD softail in comfort, but he just laughed
Unlike the simple spring suspension on the Uni-go they will have an adjustable air ride suspension system will hopefully resolve some of the bouncing behavior that some Uni-go owners have reported. It will also act as a load leveling system. It will probably require an external air source but I already have that farkle installed
He says they will be cheaper than the Uni-go, maybe 10% or so. I have pretty much decided to buy one unless I get a look at the finished product and it turns out to be butt ugly. The owner assured me it wouldn't be and judging by the looks of their stylish looking Zenith trailers I am inclined to believe him. I voiced my concern about buying an unproven product but he said he would make it good one way or the other.
Even though I am going solo both out to and back from the CCR I plan on dragging it along. I have enough camera equipment I want to take that it would be difficult to pack and use without a trailer. I don't like my LT looking like a rolling circus act anyway
The plan is to start selling them in the spring. No firm date because they are still road testing the prototype and may need to make adjustments. Dauntless is about 10 miles from my house so I kind of like the idea of pumping my hard earned dollars back into the local economy. I had already decided to go with the highly rated Dauntless hitch so it will be one stop shopping
I will post pictures as soon as I have something to take pictures of.