Do you pull a trailer behind your trike?

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  • #21
    Jim,

    I'm getting a trailer hitch on my new trike and don't have a trailer so I could help you pull that big sucker if you want.
    Ride Safe. Doc
    2014 Hannigan

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    • #22
      I pull a Dart trailer, I've pulled it many, many thousands of miles without any problems. Be safe and enjoy the ride. Larry.

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      • #23
        Have a Trailmaster and no need to have anything else

        Ride safe

        Pat

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        • #24
          Originally posted by Wheels View Post
          Has anyone ever pulled one of these with your trike?

          Wheels, the folks that make that teardrop (Little Guy), now make a slightly smaller "ready" camper that they advertise for trikes. It's called a MyPod:

          http://www.golittleguy.com/model?id=...el=MyPod-Basic

          Specs say it has a full size bed inside, and weighs in at 490 lbs.
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        • #25
          Originally posted by hparsons View Post

          Wheels, the folks that make that teardrop (Little Guy), now make a slightly smaller "ready" camper that they advertise for trikes. It's called a MyPod:

          http://www.golittleguy.com/model?id=...el=MyPod-Basic

          Specs say it has a full size bed inside, and weighs in at 490 lbs.

          Mr Parsons now ya gone and done it. Why it's even in Red. It's like they knew I was looking. Thanks a bunch for the link. I need to see one of these up close and personal.
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          • #26
            Wheels, Nancy makes you bring that trailer along in case your a bad boy. Then she puts you in it.
            T.A. Jens
            The Pizza Man
            1800 06 White Champion Trike
            2005 Bunkhouse Camper
            2006 Breeze Cargo Trailer
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            • #27
              Originally posted by Wheels View Post


              Mr Parsons now ya gone and done it. Why it's even in Red. It's like they knew I was looking. Thanks a bunch for the link. I need to see one of these up close and personal.
              I almost mentioned that the one on the page looked like it would match your bike! I've been looking at, and thinking about, teardrop campers for about two years now. I really like the idea of being able to just stop with no setup, and climb into the camper. However, almost all of those that are commercially made are too heavy for a bike, and I'm just not up to trying to make my own as a project (yet). The "little guy" that these folks make looked like the closest I'd come to one that might work, but it still weighed in at around 800 lbs.

              Then yesterday kismet struck. I got my GWRRA magazine, and they actually had an ad in for the MyPod (same maker) advertised with a trike. About an hour after seeing that, I log onto here, and you guys are talking about the Little Guy camper. Timing was good.

              I didn't see any photos of the interior, but I have a sneaky suspicion that if they're around a while, one of these (or something similar) may be on my "want it someday" list.
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              • #28
                Jim, I found a trailer you could use. Ed

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                • #29
                  Johnny and Ruthie, more often than NOT, pull a Pearl White Bushtec Quantum GL.

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                  • #30
                    Originally posted by rdcapt View Post
                    Jim, I found a trailer you could use. Ed

                    LOL, hey Ed, I hear that they now have medicine to help with that sudden urge to go, thus you can "unload" that thing.

                    Hope all is well up your way and looking forward to crossing paths again sometime soon.
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                    • #31
                      We began pulling a trailer when the '98 Lehman trike came with one. It was a Cyclemate and a very good trailer. On our way back from the Branson District Rally in 2007 we stopped at Gene's Gallery in Springfield, Mo. Sitting on the showroom floor was a brand new BLACK Hannigan Sierra. It was love at first sight !! Although I have had some cosmetic issues with the Hannigan, it has been wonderful to tow and hauls EVERYTHING we need to take with us. I believe the Hannigan will outlast me. Ride aware, Dave

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                      • #32
                        Any pics of your trailer and trike?

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                        • #33
                          I have a Piggybacker that we pulled all over without a problem. Now look what the wife found today. I have always thought my wife surfs the net too much and today she proved my point. We have a yorky and Sherry hates it when we take off on the trike for a few days and our daughter has to baby sit. Well today she found her answer to the problem, now what do I do.

                          http://www.buggy.com/motorcycletrikepetcarrier.html

                          Scroll down the site.

                          Gene

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                          • #34
                            I have a 2008/1800 CSC Trike kit. I pull a Trailmaster pop up, fully loaded also.
                            Don't even know it's back there. Try it, you'll like it.

                            Ride safe

                            Pat

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                            • #35
                              Yep Wheels I have when I borrowed one from a friend during the spring.... about 450# so you need good brakes and then the SO puts her stuff in there.... was just to easy to over-load the bike or trike as I pulled it with both but the one I used did not have the front rack....more tongue weight. I just never felt real comfortable towing something as big or bigger than the bike or trike. Now my buddy has been towing one with a Can-Am Original Spyder for about 5 years I believe, doesn't set any speed records but he never did!! To crowded for us and gets plenty warm, would be hot without the roof vent... and freeze with an AC....
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                              • #36
                                Here is a shot of our rig in a parking lot in Silver Springs, Fl last night
                                Jack & Jolene on a GL1800/Champion Trike out of Silver Springs, FL.

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                                • #37
                                  We pull an escapade elite and love it. Only problem is Mrs Chief thinks she needs to fill it up every trip

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                                  • #38
                                    Pull escapade and pot up tent trailer just not at the same time:p:p Just wondering if I were to get a class 1, do you think I could get away with pulling both at the same time?

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                                    • #39
                                      Here is our rig ready to go someplace or other!
                                      Jack & Jolene on a GL1800/Champion Trike out of Silver Springs, FL.

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                                      • #40
                                        I pull a Can-Am trailer. Don't know it's back there and I have pulled it all over the country!

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