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A Brutale on a motortrailer: piccie?

Hi all,

I might need to transport a Brutale on a motortrailer, but unfortunately not much experience with that.

Actually, no experience at all! :-)

Does anyone have any piccies from one on a motortrailer to see where is best to put the straps etc on?

Any help much appreciated. Just don't wanna drop it...

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-17-2015, 04:26 AM
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Sure, here some recent photos of my Brutie on the Stinger.
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Thanks!

So basically it is strapped at both sides of the steering wheel, and on both sides at the footrests?

Great looking bike btw, love the wheels and the colour scheme.

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Yes, I have a thing called Canyon Dancer for the handle bars, but this is not needed.
I have the Canyon Dancer only since I have to trailer my F4 also from time to time.
You can go with the straps also over the lower triple clamp.
For the rear You can use also the passenger foot pegs.
Or if there is something to tie down far behind Your bike You can go from left to right trough Your rear wheel.
The point for the straps on the rear is that the bike can not move forward or lift the tail to flip over.
And don't tie the bike down until the suspension is on block.
Just so much that there is some compression and if You rock the bike the trailer or Van is rocking with it.
So happy trailering!
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Thanks again.

I found some useful vids on Youtube on the subject as well.

Some more handy tips!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysNeExTr1mo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kKlVC-pfbC0

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