ya its funny how people think of new ways to trailer your bike,and spend big money on doing it,when the are not meant for that,i can see if you own a bike shopand you sell lots of bikes then thats ideal....
otherwise drive the bike down the highway and if it dies(nock on wood)call a buddy with a trailer.
1. ear plugs
2. ear plugs to give away to neighbors
3. a tow rope
4. 55 gallon drum of chrome polish
5. weight loss club membership
6. a helmet
7. track day school (why aren't there ever Harley riderss at track days? Don't ANY of them want to become more proficient riders?
Bag of oil-dri (Kitty litter).:ROFL:Also in reference to Wifi's question about flat trackers, yes there were Harley flat trackers, and road racing, but none were "Touring" models, they were all Sportsters, or specialty models. That's probably why you don't see Goldwings doing it, however, look at how many Hondas do it and win. Goldwings have too many pistons for a V Twin race.:sadguy: But Honda has lots of V Twins.
Harley hasnt had a road racing machine since the mid 1980's. In Flat Track racing, some time ago, harley and the AMA set up the specification for the machines that participate in these races and the specs are pretty much the xr750 specs. other companies did not offer this type of machine so they pretty much opted out of the flat track races. Recently Harley and Vance and Hines created a spec race for the xr1200.
Now if I remember correctly, last season in flat track racing, other companies started making certain machines available. Both suzy and kaw had some bikes entered in the flat track races.....and guess who won last season. hmmmmm.