I guess, I could see some potential with that thing.neodoc said:I have a "Pod" made by Phoenix trailers. It weighs 700 pounds empty and is fully enclosed. Pulled behind my truck, there is little effect on gas mileage. I noticed it has a Canadian patent stamped on the back, so you may be able to track down a local vendor. The link I used is http://www.customcyclecarrier.com/. I also have a wheeldock http://www.wheeldock.com/ installed in it, instead of the standard chock. Holds the LT very well so I only have to tie down at the back and run a safety strap through the front wheel. Hope this helps. Good luck.
Quite understandable for that kind of circunmstance, but when I see an LT or even a Wing being trailered to say Sturgis or Laconia, then I just shake my head and wonder why?dandoble said:You are right about the riding vs trailering and I much prefer to ride. I bought an LT for comfort and I am not that comfortable in the rain or worse snows. So if I have 3 days of rain I do not want to spend it in a motel or looking like a drowned rat. If I want to ride this time of year I just load and go south. When it gets comfortable I ride. If I get caught in bad weather that is one thing but to plan on traveling in bad weather then I am a coward.
I can think another good reason I have trailered (and will again) my LT: So my wife can go with me and have a car to run around in once we get to the destination. For example: on the way to STC II we trailered the bike. I got to ride all the roads in the area, get stuff installed, etc.; she got to go visit interesting sites all over the place in the car (she doesn't ride -- LT passenger only). Everybody's happy.beemerrider said:sorry guys, but the LT is made to be ridden, not trailered. Of course that is just my humble opinion.