Easy Way to Tow Your Bike

One person can do it!

If you own a motorcycle or trike, at some point the need may arrise where youll need to transport your bike to a mechanic or take it with you on a vacation or weekend trip. In this case, youd need a trailer. The Cycle-Tow eliminates the storage, maintenance, and expense of a high-end trailer because it connects directly to a two-inch receiver on a truck or other four wheel drive vehicle.

The Cycle-Tow works with most motorcycle models, accepting tire sizes from 16 to 21 inches, and tire widths up to six inches.

Because of the inherent instability of motorcycles, loading a motorcycle for towing can be difficult, especially without an additional person to help support the motorcycle when securing and tightening the tie down straps. The Cycle-Tow captures the front wheel, so the operator can ride a motorcycle into it, and dismount the bike without worry of it falling over. The rear wheel stays on the ground. The Cycle-Tow is light enough and easy enough that one person can operate it without help from others a feature that should be particularly appealing to women riders.

Cycle-Tow also has a swivel hinge available for trike transportation.

The multi-functional design can be used for towing a motorcycle, or can be used as a wheel chock for storing the bike in a garage. The wheel chock enables the bike to stand upright without the kickstand allowing for a smaller storage area. A wheel chock is also helpful to have when doing basic maintenance on the bike, as again, the motorcycle is upright making it easier to access tight areas of the bike. The Cycle-Tow is made of heavy duty steel, fits standard two-inch receivers, and comes fully assembled.

The Cycle-Tow comes with two 24-inch tie down bars and a 24-inch loading ramp.

For more information or to order, visit Cycle-Tow.com, or call 561.324.0682.

7 thoughts on Easy Way to Tow Your Bike

  1. I love this tow for the simplicity, but I’d be concerned on the wear placed on the back tire. Regardless I want one!

  2. This is a great invention. Do you know if two bikes can be towed at once. I would think so if you had two systems attached to the frame side by side. Thanks for all the great info.

  3. Love this idea! I'm so disappointed I didn't know about this when I bought a trailer about three months ago. I'm still going to look into it though. In the meantime, anybody want to buy a trailer?

  4. Interesting idea. I think I'd still prefer a traditional trailer for longer trips, but this would be a great thing to keep in the bed of the truck or back of the SUV. I know our local HOG group has an “emergency tow” list of members who have trailers and have offered to be on call when riders need help, and something like this would be perfect for that kind of situation.

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