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CMC will be setting up a Pre-Ride to ride out to Temple City Power Sports Bike Night.The Freeways probably will be crowded do to Rush hour, so we will be taking surface street there.. If you are coming from the LA ,OC,IE area and would like to ride with others come join us at the meetup spot.

If you have never gone to this Bike Night before it is worth it because everyone is friendly and many things to do. They will be having Food Trucks,Free Drinks,Free Raffles, Vendors may be giving out Free Giveaways,Discount Motorcycles,and meet people from different parts of California!

Meetup Spot A: The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
Address: 5510 La Palma Ave, La Palma, CA 90623
Time: 5:00PM KSU: 5:45PM

Destination: Temple City Power Sports
Address: 5300 Rosemead Blvd, San Gabriel, California 91776

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I found a short 2 whell trailer thats 12-13 inchs works the best for 1 man loading and a front whell chok .
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I would lower the truck if it was a 2WD and change to a lower profile tires, it will make 1 person loading and unloading bikes that much easier.
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Don't get the connect but the regular bigger one.  You can pick them up used for a pretty good deal.  There was an article about them on Motorcyclist not too long ago.  Great moto hauler:



the issue with the V-strom in a transit connect is height - darn thing just won't fit unless you take off a bunch of accessories and compress the forks

makes it harder to steal, but best suited on a trailer, then an open truck bed

we will see...I may just keep my 2001 Ford F-150 and watch it run another 100,000 miles

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the issue with the V-strom in a transit connect is height - darn thing just won't fit unless you take off a bunch of accessories and compress the forks

makes it harder to steal, but best suited on a trailer, then an open truck bed

we will see...I may just keep my 2001 Ford F-150 and watch it run another 100,000 miles
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General Motorcycle Discussion / Re: GMR???
« Last post by Malkey on 04/18/18 09:47AM »
It was pretty clean last weekend, was up there with a couple of friends.
I was up there on the 13th and it was pretty clean.  :) 
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General Motorcycle Discussion / Re: GMR???
« Last post by r0ckrat on 04/17/18 06:10PM »
It was pretty clean last weekend, was up there with a couple of friends.
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Just get the bigger transit van; then you can just put your bike in the van or use a hitch carrier since the tongue weight should be high enough on those.
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General Motorcycle Discussion / Re: rear facing motorcycle tow dolly?
« Last post by OOTV on 04/17/18 04:58PM »

This also talks about securing the front wheel though.

One other option would be a hitch carrier as long as your vehicle has a tongue weight that can support it.  I use one for my minibike.

Maybe this is what you are looking for...

https://www.amazon.com/Motorcycle-Receiver-Trailer-carrier-Carrier/dp/B01MZIC8HA


Yes, but it states that the mechanism lifts into place, which is what he was describing.
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This also talks about securing the front wheel though.

One other option would be a hitch carrier as long as your vehicle has a tongue weight that can support it.  I use one for my minibike.

Maybe this is what you are looking for...

https://www.amazon.com/Motorcycle-Receiver-Trailer-carrier-Carrier/dp/B01MZIC8HA

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