“Two-Up” Cruiser/Sport Bike Trailer

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

$3,495.00

Description

The “Two-Up” cruiser/sport bike double motorcycle trailer is incredibly versatile and easy to use!

  • Built to haul one or two cruisers or a trike, one or two ATVs, a UTV, or a golf cart!
  • All of the lightweight motorcycle trailers that we build here at Drop-Tail Trailers are sold with a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee!
  • All Drop-Tail Trailers are built with a special wheel chock that secures your motorcycle to the trailer.
  • Order any tie-downs and straps you need here.
  • Note: Tool Box and Spare Tire are not included.

With a Drop-Tail Trailer, you’ll never have to worry about trailering your sports bikes or cruisers. Our patented design means that you won’t have to buy extra ramps. Instead, drive your bikes onto the back of this lightweight motorcycle trailer, lock the front wheel in place with the special chock, tie it down, and you’re good to go.

Trailer Specifications:

  • Class II Trailer
  • Fully Aluminum Decked
  • 2″ Coupler (2″ Hitch Ball required)
  • GVWR 2,700 lbs.
  • Empty Weight: 668 lbs.
  • Load Capacity: 2,100 lbs.
  • Deck Area: 70″ x 106″
  • Max Length: 126″
  • Max Width: 91″
  • Storage / Stand Up Height: 94″
  • Storage / Stand Up Depth: 40″
  • Width between Cycle Chocks: 42″
  • Width between Fenders: 74″
  • Ball Hitch Height: 18″ to 19″ (Top of ball to ground)
  • Tire Size: ST175 / 80R13 Radial Trailer Tire
  • Electrical Connection: 4 Way Flat
  • Patent Number: US 7,909,355 B2
  • Trailer Decking: Aluminum Diamond Plate (.100) thickness
  • Frame Construction: Steel Tubing
  • Frame Finish: Powder Coated w/UV Resistance
  • Standard Frame Color: Black
  • Deck Height: 15”
  • Rear Platform Angle: 10-12 degrees (when lowered)
  • Suspension Type: 3500# Independent Torsion Axle
  • Suspension Mounting: Dual Interlocking Mount Brackets
  • Suspension Connection: (4) Hex Bolts Grd 8 – (2) side (per side)
  • Wheel Hubs: Accu-lube style w/ Grease Zerk
  • Wheel Type / Bolt Pattern:  13” Steel-Chrome finish / 5 on 4.5” (Load Range C)
  • Hydraulic – Hand Pump: 3500 psi (std. operating) rated for 10,000 psi
  • Hydraulic – Cylinder: 3500 psi (std. operating) rated for 10,000 psi
  • Hydraulic – Hose: 3500 psi (std. operating) rated for 10,000 psi

Additional information

Weight 805 lbs
Dimensions 93 x 42 x 97 in

2 reviews for “Two-Up” Cruiser/Sport Bike Trailer

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Matt

    Bought this when I got the second Harley. I looked at several trailers, and while I was living in an apartment complex, I needed to be able to store the trailer in a small area of a 1 car garage. Other trailers had expanded metal decks, and you needed a ramp to load. This trailer has a solid diamond tread deck, and the back half drops down for the ramp. I also ordered up the tool box, and a spare tire as accessories. Much to my surprise they came installed on the trailer. It’s 8 years old, and still going strong.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Bob Compton (verified owner)

    I chose the Droptail after looking at Aluma and Kendon. The Aluma would not fit under by truck camper because it was too wide. The ramp on the Kendon looked like a serious accident in the making. You can buy a wider ramp, but it looked to me like it added 125LB and about $ 1,000,

    I bought the trailer a few weeks ago and happy so far. It compacts well for storage and I’ve been able to manage without help, but it certainly helps to have a second person to help. Our two Harley’s load easily and the chocks do a great job holding the bike in place while you tie it down. There a couple things that would make it better, but these are not deal breakers.

    1, The rail extensions attach with a bolt and nut. One person can not reach both the nut and bolt, so you need someone as a helper. By comparison, the chock is attached with a knob and captive nut. . . very easy.
    2. Thiscomment is a nit. . . The hydraulic lift handle needs to be down to lower the ramp. If there was a sliding sleeve to hold the handle down it could be done one handed. A short PVC pipe worked for me.
    3. It would be nice to have a securing pin position that held the aft ramp level with the trailer. I sometimes store the trailer under my truck camper. When the ramp is tilted up, it requires me to raise the camper higher, lower the ramp and drop the camper.

    Again, my three comments are not deal breakers and I am happy I bought this trailer..

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