Join Date: May 2015
Location: Northwest Wa, south of BC, north of Seattle
That is awesome that you are able to make it still work. I have considered similar scenarios as well. Camping with the bike is getting to be a bit too uncomfortable due to old injuries and just old age. We were thinking of getting a small toy hauler/RV camper thing. The only problem I have been challenged with is the steepness of the ramps that are on these things for getting the bike up and then (rolling backwards) down the damn things. They are fine for a 4 wheeler, or a dirt bike, but an 800+ pound bike is a bit daunting. Putting the bike in the bed of my silverado would be a great idea as well, but again, I am not comfortable with the idea of riding/rolling the bike backwards down the ramps.
My question to you is have you tried this and if so, how did that work out?
Also looking forward to hearing about the Nova Scotia trip....a place I have always wanted to visit on a bike.
2014 Cross Country 8-Ball, chrome highway bars, leather covered hard saddlebags, chrome bag protectors, cruise control, 2" pull back handlebars, qr passenger backrest, loydz timing wheel -4, flared windscreen, carbon-fiber derby cover and cam cover.