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25 May 2015 - 08:36 PMYou're ok up to 750kg even without trailers on your licence.
2 big bikes would be getting up and around that sort of weight perhaps.
Problem is it comes down to the maximum certified weight capability of the trailer and not the actual weight that is on there. Its all very silly and very complicated but unfortunately its all a matter of what he trailer is capable of rather than what it is actually carrying.
25 May 2015 - 08:30 PMSounds so much like our trip a few years back. Make sure you take in the classic Eilean Donan Castle too :thumbsu:
18 May 2015 - 08:42 PMDon't buy a 2 bike only trailer, buy a 1 or 2 bike trailer, unless you ALWAYS carry 2 bikes. One heavy bike on a 2 bike trailer may tip over. :thumbsd:
:thumbsu: Absolutely :thumbsu:
3 bike trailer always a better choice
Or just hire a trailer as and when needed as there are plenty of trailer hire places throughout the country and generally pretty cheap, especially if you are only going to use the trailer occasionally.
What are you wanting to use the trailer for exactly?
17 May 2015 - 09:10 PMFord Transit :thumbsu:
16 May 2015 - 09:57 PMWelcome along. What year is your ZX10R? Green I assume? :thumbsu: