Pull behind motorcycle cargo trailer
Here's my new 2010 Gypsy Motorcycle Trailer
and a listing of it's features
Well I have to tell you how completely happy and satisfied I am with the level of service and quality of product provided by the owner/operator Roger Cayen of Gypsy Trailers.
I emailed Roger a few times with specific questions regarding some of the trailers features and without fail Roger emailed back promptly with all the answers to my questions. He was straight forward, honest and very helpful. I called on a Monday to purchase a trailer and it was ready the next day. Normally I think it may take a little longer depending on their stock but I guess I was lucky as
I picked it up the next day.
The quality of the trailer is second to none. Everything Roger told me about the trailer was accurate and the level of quality can be seen in the details of this fine trailer.
Since it was a black
gel coat, I had it custom painted (once in North Bay) to match my Titanium Silver 2008 Goldwing (see photo's below). I can also see myself adding a few of these accessories to my
trailer in the very near future, not cause I need them, but because I want them.
Stay tuned for our personal video's and photos with all the pro's and con's to this trailer when we use it with all of our up and coming touring rides.
Here is our 1st time pulling this trailer and we went to Niagara on the Lake
Here is our 2nd time pulling this trailer and we went to Blue Mountain Collingwood
and here is our 3rd time pulling this trailer and we went Lake Huron Circle Tour 2011
Some of the Trailer Features
- Base model: Scarab
- Black gelcoat
- Fiberglass construction
- Full aluminum frame
- Independent torsion suspension
- 12 inch chrome wheels
- Chrome hubcaps
- 12 inch spare wheel color white
- Chrome coupler
- LED lights
- Interior light
- One 12 volt outlet
- Two compartments with a removable divider
- Interior finish in carpeting
- Height 38 inches, width 48 inches, length 88 inches
- Weight 175 lbs empty, tongue weight 18 lbs empty
After pulling this trailer from North Bay Ontario to Niagara Falls and back I must say that I hardly
even felt this trailer. As a matter of fact the more I packed into the trailer the smoother the ride
and easier the handling was. I am so impressed with it's handling and it's so nice to have that extra
space to bring the things you want.
I found myself looking back to make sure the trailer was still attached because for the most part
you don't notice it.
I will keep updating with any additional information and tips on the use of this fine trailer.
Well here's a quick video "walkaround" of the Goldwing and Trailer ->
Walkaround of 08 Goldwing & 10 Gypsy Trailer from Paul Meyers on Vimeo.
Here's just a quick walkaround of my rig.