Jim B.

July, 2002

As an instructor and staff member of Sportbike Track Time LLC (www.sportbiketracktime.com), I see a lot of trailers, because most of the bikes I am around all the time in the racing paddocks are not exactly street legal. So when I gave up my pickup truck and opted to replace it with a Subaru WRX wagon, I already knew pretty much what I wanted in a trailer. Problem was, I'd never seen what I was looking for... until I found out about MotorSport Trailers.

 The things I'd been looking for... light weight, simplicity, high build quality, correctly calibrated suspension, and rampless loading... were all there. As soon as I knew the WRX deal was sealed, I bought a MotorSport Trailer to go with it.

 My cargo consists primarily of an Aprilia Mille, which I can easily load alone (although I usually ask a friend to "spot" for me just in case). Once loaded, the trailer tows easily - even at the speeds I'm accustomed to in the WRX! In fact, the trailer works so well that Sportbike Track Time uses it (and the WRX, of course!) at the racetrack as a recovery vehicle, loading even damaged motorcycles quickly and with ease. And the trailer tows so well on the track that it's been suggested I look into Michelin Pilot Sport trailer tires!

 So if you ask me if I've found the right trailer, you'll get a resounding "Yes!"

Jim Bear

Instructor

Sportbike Track Time, LLC

 

 

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