Hauling your motorcycle 20 miles is one thing, but transporting it on the back of a motor-home on a road-trip is another… You need something that is a little more heavy duty that can withstand hundreds of miles at a time without maintenance. A 1000lb Heavy Duty RV Motorcycle Carrier is the way to go if you need to bring your big and expensive cruiser along on a vacation.
When You Need To Haul A Bike On The RV
When you’re going on a long family road trip in a big motorhome, it’s difficult to go anywhere once you arrive at your destination if you don’t have an extra vehicle. Having a motorcycle or scooter on the back is very convenient, and hauling it is easy. Put a heavy duty bike carrier in the hitch receiver, roll the bike up on the carrier rack, and strap it on down! This RV hitch hauler by T-Motorsports is made of higher quality and thicker steel, allowing you to transport bigger motorcycles. It has a powder-coated black finish, so it will blend in well with your motorhome.
When An Aluminum Carrier Just Won’t Cut It…
Since this hitch hauler sticks out 3 1/2 feet out from your RV or SUV, you don’t want flimsy metal holding it up. Steel weighs more than aluminum, but it makes up for it in sturdiness, allowing you to carry a full size motorcycle with its 71 inch long carrier rail. It has 4 tie down loops built-in so you can securely strap your bike down. The wheel stop on the end of the rail is adjustable, allowing you to move it around for each individual bike or scooter so it will stay in place.
Other than the features I mentioned above, you’ll get a much needed loading ramp that is close to 6 feet in length, making it easier to roll your bike up if the hitch is located in a high position. The ramp can be stored under the carrier itself so you don’t have to make room for it in the vehicle. You also get a large cargo basket that will hold gas cans or gear, giving you more room and keeping the smell out of the RV.
From other reviews that I have read about this motor-home motorcycle carrier, most consumers are saying that it is made of heavier gauge steel. Strength is not really an issue, but some complained that it wobbles a little more than ideal. This isn’t a top of the line product, which explains the low price tag. You get what you pay for, but most buyers agree that it’s a good deal for what it is.
On the flip-side, their quality service is definitely notable. A few buyers were missing key parts to their hitch carrier. One call is all it took and T-Motorsports quickly sent out replacement parts with little to no questions asked! In this day and age, reputable service is hard to come by. While this product may not be 5 out of 5 stars, their name and price can make up for that if you’re on a budget.