MotoTote Motorcycle Carrier

Jul 5, 2018

Category: Gear

There are a lot of really great motorcycle roads around the world, but getting to them can be difficult on a 2-wheeler. The MotoTote Motorcycle Carrier, however, makes hauling your bike to those roads (or trails) a simple and painless process.

Rather than having to spend the time hooking up a cumbersome (and expensive) vehicle trailer, this simplified rack can do the same job with way less headache. All you have to do is attach it to your trailer hitch – meaning it’s compatible with a wide range of vehicles, including some smaller cars. Apart from the tie downs, MotoTote comes with everything you need to get your bike from A to B – even a loading ramp. There’s even an optional LED lighting system – with brake, turn signal, and taillight functionality – for extra safety. Available in either a 450- or 550-pound capacity, starting at $500, this is toy-hauling made simple.

Purchase: $500+

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