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Motorcycle Campers and Cargo Trailers

Updated on September 12, 2013

Motorcycle Campers and Cargo Trailers

Many are enjoying traveling by motorcycle these days. As gas prices have soared over the past few years motorcycles offer a reasonable alternative to the high costs of vacationing by car or truck. We have made it our favorite way to "get away" for the weekend over the last 5 years. Motorcycle camping can be fun,relaxing and quite adventurous. Traveling with 2 people on one motorcycle leaves little room for camping gear. When we first started motorcycle camping we pulled a motorcycle cargo trailer behind the bike to carry our tent,sleeping bags, and other camping equipment with us on our trips. This works out great for us as we generally have a pre determined place to stay for several days, so when we get to the campsite we can unhook our motorcycle trailer and still enjoy site seeing and the mountain roads without the hassles of pulling the trailer. Another added convenience of having the motorcycle trailer is all our camping equipment is dry and secure instead of just being strapped to the bike.

The Uni Go Motorcycle Cargo Trailer

The Downside of Pulling a Motorcycle Cargo Trailer

Everyone that has ridden a motorcycle in the mountains knows that the best part of the trip is being able to enjoy the curvy mountain roads. Pulling a motorcycle cargo trailer greatly hinders the maneuverability of the motorcycle and many bikers feel like the trailer is taking the fun out of the experience. One fairly new type of motorcycle cargo trailer being built today has came to the rescue for many bikers feeling the strain of towing a motorcycle trailer. The Uni Go motorcycle trailer is a unique single wheel design that leans in the curve with your motorcycle. This small lightweight motorcycle cargo trailer is changing the way a lot of motorcyclist have viewed motorcycle cargo trailers in the past. No longer do you have to deal with a cumbersome motorcycle trailer behind your bike, taking the enjoyment out of riding. The Uni Go motorcycle trailer offers plenty of storage area to accommodate all of your camping gear and clothes for a motorcycle camping experience anyone will be sure to enjoy.

Pop Up Motorcycle Camper

Motorcycle Campers

For those that are serious about motorcycle camping , many manufacturers offer pop up campers that are either small enough or specifically designed to be towed behind a motorcycle. These lightweight pop up motorcycle campers can fulfill even the most demanding of motorcycle campers. We have been towing an Aspen classic behind our Goldwing for the past five years now. Most of these motorcycle campers sport an off the ground sleeping area and many even include a large dressing area.The Aspen classic that we have has a cargo area under the pop up camper that is used to carry clothes and all our other camping gear such as cooking equipment,lanterns, chairs, tables and even a screen room. traveling by motorcycle has always been one our favorite activities and the pop up motorcycle camper has enhanced our experience many times over. If you enjoy traveling by bike and you are one that enjoys camping and being outdoors you may want to check in to the motorcycle campers available on the market today.


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    • Wingrider profile image

      Wingrider 4 years ago from South Carolina

      Sorry it took me so long to see your comment. I have added the link for the UniGo trailer.

      Did you get your cancer run organized? Always excited to hear about peoples adventures especially when it's for a good cause.

    • Stump Parrish profile image

      Stump Parrish 7 years ago from Don't have a clue, I'm lost.

      Wing, the uni go link doesn't work right. I cant seem to find any info on this trailer. Hello from upstate SC. I'm trying to put together a 48 state run for cancer and looking at several different trailers.