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Video: The Fastest and Easiest Way to Trailer a Harley Davidson

Video: The Fastest and Easiest Way to Trailer a Harley Davidson

  • We understand the attachment that some people still have with straps. We really do. For decades, people have used straps to trailer their motorcycles, and old habits are hard to break.

     

    But just like you ditched your Walkman for an iPod, your VCR for Netflix and your pager for a smartphone, it’s really time to ditch the straps for the Biker Bar.

     

    Watch this video to see how simple it is to use and install the Biker Bar.

     

    In the time it would probably take to untangle your straps, you could clamp the Biker Bar onto the frame of your Harley Davidson, load your Harley into your trailer by riding it into the latching base, unlock the Biker Bar with your foot, back your Harley out of the trailer, and remove the Biker Bar from your bike.

     

    Go ahead and time how long each one of those steps takes. Each step is literally a matter of seconds. If you can follow simple directions, you can use the Biker Bar.

     

    The initial installation of the latching base is the only step that takes longer. But once the holes are drilled, installing and removing the latching base can be done in minutes, or you can just leave it in the trailer. Either way, it’s still a heck of a lot less complicated than installing the E-tracks and D-rings that you need to strap down a bike.

     

    Notice that the guy in the video isn’t exactly breaking his back, and he’s not bugging a friend for help. Using the Biker Bar to trailer your Harley Davidson is a one-person job that’s fast, easy and safe.

     

    Also, notice that the Biker Bar only comes in contact with your Harley where the neoprene-lined clamps attach to the frame. The only thing worse than the cumbersome, time-wasting chore of strapping down a bike is the costly damage caused by strap burn.

     

    If you can’t bring yourself to completely cut the cord and toss the straps, put them in the attic with your rotary phone and the shoebox full of floppy disks and Atari games. It’s time to step into the 21st century with the Biker Bar.

     

    Motorcycle Secured with Biker Bar