Vision Motorcycle Trailer
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A Vision To Move You
If a motorcycle trailer can be beautiful – and it can - this one is. And not just because of its sleek, aero profile. Or its tough, high-gloss gelcoat finish. The large 16-inch wheels certainly add to the looks, as does chrome trim around the wheel and around the large, locking lid.
The real beauty of this vision, however, becomes apparent when you tow it behind your motorcycle. At around 140 pounds, it’s lightweight and those large, narrow wheels reduce rolling resistance and, with fewer turns per mile, they’re even easier on the wheel bearings than smaller wheels.
With a hauling capacity of 210 pounds, a fully-carpeted interior and twin, independent A-arm air suspension, this is one smooth towing trailer. Just hitch, load, lock and go. Oh, and don’t forget to load up the cooler. That’s included, too.
The all-new Vision gives you everything you need in a pull-behind motorcycle trailer and looks great doing it.
And to reduce the chance of coupler binding, we offer safer alternatives to the conventional coupler system: a Freedom Pivot Ball Hitch or a heim joint coupler.
The Freedom Pivot Ball Hitch is an exclusive product to The USA Trailer Store. The 1-7/8" ball hitch assembly bolts directly to the hitch support on your motorcycle.
Our latest offering, the heim joint coupler is a variation on a spherical rod end and clevis pin. Designed to rotate 360°, it connects to a pin hitch (required) mounted on your motorcycle or trike.
Finish and Paint
Our fiberglass trailers are constructed of hand laid fiberglass and finished with a gelcoat. Some customers find that the gelcoat is durable enough to protect it from the elements and good looking enough to tow it as-is directly out of the box. Others, however, hire a skilled painter to add custom accents or to make the finish look even better.
Leave It to the Professionals
We believe that using a local shop for painting and color matching is in the best interest of our customers because sometimes mistakes happen. Imagine that your brand new trailer arrives two days before a major trip, and the color is wrong. How can you resolve this problem before your trip? Using a local painter will allow you to confirm the color as well as inspect in-person the work and quality of the paint job before you accept it. Additionally, in the event that a touch-up is ever needed, driving across town to the local painter will be far less expensive than shipping the trailer across country.