You don't happen to have a pic of that would you? Sounds like one of those must see pics [thumbsup]yuu said:One of the locals brought two 900s to a track day in the back of his VW pick up... Wouldn't ahve belived it save for the photos.
Thanks for bringing that up [clap] that reminds me.fatlab said:Make sure you get a good ramp to go along with that pickup!
get a notched ramp, the kind that is flatter at the top.Aguacate said:What kind of ramp do you use? What is your method for loading and unloading?
That is my favorite way and what I usually do when I'm unloading at home. I've got a freight company that's 3 blocks from the house that's nice enough to let me use their bay. In fact, I need to get them a pizza one of these nights to thank them.pennyrobber said:I have seen people use loading docks to load bikes. Just find a loading dock that has a ramp attached. Drop the tailgate and roll the bike right in. But, you need a loading dock near where you are taking the bike. Not the most convenient, but it works.
+1Duke Dave said:<snip>
I got an old trailer for 200 bucks to tow behind. Its so much easier to use, and i get a lot more functionality with it. Plus you can tie it down the same way it is when its crated.