This motorcycle caddy is a one of a kind hitch mounted motorcycle carrier device that does not use any tracks or ramps like traditional carriers. The caddy was designed and built to fit directly into any class 3 or class 4 receiver hitch that has the standard 2" x 2" square hole. The tire chock system on the motorcycle caddy is also equipped with a crank to allow the hitch mounted motorcycle carrier to be raised or lowered accommodate many different types of motorcycles. Each of these motorcycle caddies have 16" of vertical travel and 3 high strength ratchet straps to secure the motorcycle's tire for safe transportation. This hitch mounted motorcycle carrier has a max weight capacity of 500lbs!
Each of the new motorcycle caddy systems will tow your motorcycle more effectively because it is built to swivel. The swivel action is used on this hitch mounted carrier in a way that allows it to be used for many motorcycles such as larger bikes, choppers, and trikes. The most recent model of our motorcycle caddy includes a clamping device built onto the spreader bar that will allow quick securing via lug nuts!
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- Caddy fits into a 2 inch by 2 inch square hole (class #3 & class #4) hitch.
- Caddy has 3 built in 1500 lb ratchet straps for securing front tire of motorcycle.
- Caddy also has a built in jack that cranks down for loading and cranks up then locks for transport.
- Tire chock is "V" shaped to hold the motorcycle up when being tied down.
- Dimensions: Main Jack 2-1/2" x 2-1/2"square tube & the wheel cage 1-1/4" x 1-1/4" square tube.
- Working height of 12" up to 22". Anything lower than 12" will require a lifting adapter.
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- Chain driven motorcycles are harder to tow than shaft driven bikes.
- Drive chains may need to be disconnected/removed for long trips.
- Caddy is designed to let the motorcycle lean like it naturally would when turning.
- Larger motorcycles lean more. Lower the cage as much as can be safely used which helps lower the degree that ones bike leans.
- Larger bikes should place more straps towards the center of the handlebars to the far edges of the bumper for more stability.
Motorcycle Caddy Product Specifications & Price
||Motorcycle Caddy for vehicles with 12" to 22" receiver hitch heights.