Pages: [1]   Go Down
Print

Topic: UNIGO SINGLE WHEEL TRAILER  (Read 477 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.
Mick-F
*

Reputation 0
Offline Offline

Motorcycles: 2 Nortons, BMW, HARLEY, TRIUMPH KAWASAKI
Miles Typed: 2

My Photo Gallery




Ignore
« on: January 29, 2021, 07:43:10 am »

2001 UNIGO pull behind motorcycle trailer, silver. Hitch for BMW R1200rt with wiring harness. $1600.00
Good condition Local delivery possible. Trailer lid fits tjght. hinges and lock are good. The lid is completely waterproof, your gear will stay dry. Set up camp anywhere in North America with all the gear you need. Tire is good. I am in haverhill Massachusetts. Local delivery possible. contact for photos
Logged
Sport-Touring
Advertisement
*


Remove Advertisements

zer0netgain
*

Reputation 30
Offline Offline

Motorcycles: 2018 BMW R1200RS
GPS: VA/TN
Miles Typed: 6422

My Photo Gallery





Ignore
« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2021, 08:56:40 am »

Photos? Location?  How does it attach?
Logged

birdrunner
Junior Member
*

Reputation 18
Offline Offline

Motorcycles: CBR1100xx, XR650L
GPS: Edmonton
Miles Typed: 4858

My Photo Gallery


I am firm in my indecision.




Ignore
« Reply #2 on: January 30, 2021, 03:56:04 pm »

http://

Photos? Location?  How does it attach?


Just search for photos of me,  I'm sure there's one of my Uni-go rig.

They attach via a special hitch, with a subframe for specific bikes.  The frame is connected to the rear foot pegs and the tailsection subframe  Someone with metal bending skills might be able to adapt the existing subframe to your bike.

It's a wonderful way to take tons of stuff, but keep the weight off the bike.   I've pulled mine 10's of thousands of miles.    The only safety issues I've had were early on when I loaded too much weight on the trailer axel, and not enough on the  hitch.  (speed wobbles are scary as shit)

You really don't notice the trailer when railing through the twisties.    I've gotten TONS of comments from people behind me saying how cool it was to watch me lean into a curve, and have the trailer also lean into it a split second later.  The biggest issue after that wobble thing, was the wind blast off the Semi's on the interstate.

Logged

I could eat a bowl of Alpha Bits and shit a better argument than that.
Advertisement



birdrunner
Junior Member
*

Reputation 18
Offline Offline

Motorcycles: CBR1100xx, XR650L
GPS: Edmonton
Miles Typed: 4858

My Photo Gallery


I am firm in my indecision.




Ignore
« Reply #3 on: January 30, 2021, 03:57:49 pm »

BTW

Mine is also for sale as my wife no longer want to ride with me ... see aforementioned agility in the twisties  . Lol


I'm in western Canada.
Logged

I could eat a bowl of Alpha Bits and shit a better argument than that.
Mrs. DantesDame
Super Moderator
*

Reputation 81
Offline Offline

Years Contributed: '07, '08, '09, '10
Years Supported: '11
Motorcycles: '14 BMW F800 GSA
GPS: Switzerland
Miles Typed: 15207

My Photo Gallery



WWW
« Reply #4 on: January 30, 2021, 04:09:56 pm »


Just search for photos of me,  I'm sure there's one of my Uni-go rig.



But not everyone wants to see photos of you  Lol



Logged

www.dantesdame.com  <--- Rides! Rides! Rides! Burnout  You don't know unless you ask. ***   Adventure: Adversity recounted at leisure.

Member since 2003
zer0netgain
*

Reputation 30
Offline Offline

Motorcycles: 2018 BMW R1200RS
GPS: VA/TN
Miles Typed: 6422

My Photo Gallery





Ignore
« Reply #5 on: January 31, 2021, 07:14:10 am »


But not everyone wants to see photos of you  Lol



Nice calves...and “bluebird.”

I googled the site.  No hitch for the R1200R/RS.  I suspect it’s hard to wrangle one onto a one-sided swingarm.
Logged

Pages: [1]   Go Up
Print
Jump to:  



ST.N

Copyright © 2001 - 2013 Sport-Touring.Net.
All rights reserved.

 
SimplePortal 2.3.1 © 2008-2009, SimplePortal