Do you own and/or travel with a motorcycle?

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Do you own a motorcycle? If so, do you bring it along with you on your RV travels? One of our recent RV reviews, the Time Out Deluxe Folding Trailer, was one of our most popular reviews ever, which makes us think some of you are interested in towing a small trailer with a motorcycle. How fun would that be?

Please tell us below if you own and travel with a motorcycle. If you do, will you leave a comment and tell us what your setup is? A toy hauler? Motorcycle lift? Read garage loader? We want to know, thanks!

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dcook
3 months ago

 Idont think the activated carbon in a bag will eliminate dust from your house, may be wrong.

Jeffrey Pelot
3 months ago

Have a 2004 Harley Road King with sidecar which we always tow behind the Class A; the perfect adventure vehicle wherever we go. Bride on the back and mutt in the sidecar, its a total hoot and we have seen some great places in this country with it. And of course a doggo in goggles is always a hit!

Tom
3 months ago

Had a Honda gold wing in 89. One day riding it home from work a ‘64 Buick made a left turn in front of me claiming he ever saw me, and 6 weeks later I made it home, never took it RVing with us.

Denise P.
3 months ago

I bought a Vespa 50cc moped/scooter this year. Thought if the motorhome broke down between exits with no cell service, I’d rather ride than walk or pedal. Tried out how I would ‘see the sites’ at Gettysburg, PA this past October — had a blast & met others who were doing the same. Looking forward to future trips.

CHipper146
3 months ago

I own 2 bikes and travel with the Goldwing, camping along the way.

Abe Loughin
3 months ago

We own 2 actually, mine and my wife’s. We have a toy hauler and live in it full time so the bikes are always with us.

dave
3 months ago

Owned one for years, then married my er nurse wife and that was that.

Bob Weinfurt
3 months ago

I loved taking trips on my bike but had to give it up do to having MS. Just the motorhome now.

Grant Graves
3 months ago

I rode motorcycles for many years but never did not RV then. I missed out.

Alpenliter
3 months ago

I carry a Honda Trail CT110 on the back of my Born Free. Makes running for groceries and exploring much easier.

Tom B
3 months ago

I have an Ultra Classic. Just bought a cargo trailer and installed a Biker Bar so I can take it behind my class c. Wife’s idea. she doesn’t like riding in the city but doesn’t want to have to break came just to run to the store. Baby steps…

The cargo trailer is nice in the winter to act as bike storage as well..

Al S.
3 months ago

Wanted a motorcycle as a teen. Became an EMT in my early 20s. Never wanted to be on a motorcycle again; I saw the aftereffects of too many crashes.

Tom B
3 months ago
Reply to  Al S.

it’s accepting the risk, and driving defensively. I know they are not safe. but it’s usually NOT the biker who screwed up. Teach your kids to learn to look out for us bikers by playing a game similar to ‘SlugBug’ play ‘SlugBike!” make it a safe place for all of us. and thank you for what you’ve done as an EMT.

Kim
3 months ago

We have a 2008 Harley Ultra Classic and love to take it to sight see the area. We had a Columbus toy hauler but upgraded to a Tiffin Allegro Bus which pulls a tandem tow dolly with the Harley and our Honda Ridgeline pickup. We love the setup!

John
3 months ago

Does an electric bike count?

Dave Steep
3 months ago

We have 2 Harleys that we take using an Aluma MT210 motorcycle trailer. Both the Wife and I ride so have to take both to be fair.

R. Dawson
3 months ago

We travel with two BMW’S in a toy hauler. Best way to go sight seeing! We take two Yamaha scooters to the coast. The salt air is easier on them than our old Harley. Ugh!

Thom
3 months ago

Harley Trike. We did a lot of homework and a lot of looking, deciding between toy haulers and Class A’s. Since we don’t have a diesel pickup to tow the toy hauler, we went with a Class A and a 6×12 enclosed trailer. It’s been a good setup for us.

Don
3 months ago

We bought our tag-axle Country Coach specifically because I wanted that extra load capacity to mount a Hydra Lift on the back, where our BMW Motorcycle rides. We rarely go on the road without it, unless it’s just a quick Winter weekend away. The motorcycle is our REAL hobby, and the Coach is the way we get to ride in interesting places…

Larry M.
3 months ago

I either carry my limited in the bed of my truck being towed or in my 30ft trailer with Jeep and golf cart. Depends on destination.

Gary Holland
3 months ago

Yes I do put my Harley on my pickup and tow it behind my motorhome