So you are looking for a Motorcycle Trailer and would like to find one as close as possible, to you, in New Mexico.
2624 Saltillo Rd NE
Rio Rancho, NM 87144
What you can do:
- Find out the delivery costs of the Trailer Design that speaks to you
- Build your own
Some language to understand about Motorcycle Trailers:
Motorcycle Trailer: A trailer that you put your motorcycle on or in for the purpose of hauling it somewhere with another vehicle.
Motorcycle Cargo Trailer: A trailer that is pulled behind a motorcycle for the purpose of hauling extra cargo.
Pull Behind Motorcycle Trailer: A trailer that you pull with your motorcycle behind it to increase the amount of storage space. A pull behind motorcycle trailer is another name for a cargo trailer, used mostly in the northern US. (Example: a can of soda, or a can of pop)
Tow Behind Motorcycle Trailer: Same as a Pull Behind Motorcycle Trailer. This term is used more in the southern US. (Example: a can of soda, or a can of pop)
A couple other important points when looking at purchasing a motorcycle trailer:
Tire Size: Larger tires ride smoother over bumps and divits in the road. They also rotate your hubs slower than small tires do, reducing heat and wear on your trailer parts.
Suspension: “Bouncing down the road” should not be in a review of a good trailer. Independent Torsion suspensions will reduce the amount of vibration sent across the frame from one tire to another. Air shocks and struts will do the same, only better.
Lighting: Inside and out. When you open up your trailer in a dark campground or on the side of a road, do you want a light to come on?
Storage Capacity: usually measured in Cubic Feet (Cu Ft.). To get a good idea of the space that you are going to require, look at the storage capacity of a suitcase, cooler, or small car trunk. Try and pack what you will want to bring on your next trip in there first, and adjust accordingly.
What Riders and Bikers are saying about pulling their Trailers:
“Riding with a trailer has changed we ride. We ride more, stay out longer, and bring whatever we want.” – Karl Steinmeyer