Black Widow Tow-Behind Motorcycle Cargo Trailer - 600 lb Capacity

Don't pay thousands more for a tow behind motorcycle trailer when you can buy this 600 lb. capacity trailer from at our great low price! This fiberglass shell trailer is manufactured by us and includes all of the features you need - two separate locking watertight compartments, carpeted interiors to protect your gear, LED interior and rear lights and eight-spoke chrome rims. The trailer is mounted on a strong steel frame which easily connects to any standard motorcycle hitch. And best of all - each trailer includes a title, so it can be legally registered in all states. Our trailers are finished with a gloss black enamel paint but may have a few nicks or scratches on them from shipping. It's perfect to use as is but even better when it's taken to a local paint shop and customized to match your bike.

  • 20 cubic ft. storage capacity
  • Independent torsion axle
  • Two separate locking compartments
  • LED Interior and rear lights
  • Includes lockable hitch coupler which fits on a 1-7/8” ball
  • Black enamel finish perfect for customizing
  • Includes touch-up paint kit
  • Also includes two safety chains and wiring harness
  • Includes title and can be registered in all states
  • Sold as is – May have minor nicks or scratches from shipping
  • Trailer is non-returnable after licensed
Originally $2,399.99
Sale $1,599.99
Save $800.00
Out of Stock
1 Year Warranty


When you've got lots of gear to carry with you, our tow behind motorcycle trailer is the perfect solution! This motorcycle cargo trailer hauls up to 600 lbs. in two spacious watertight compartments that have over 20 cubic ft. of storage room. The two locking compartments are fully carpeted, so your gear will ride in style! A touch light mounted inside the rear hatch makes loading and unloading easy in all conditions.

This trailer is built on a rugged steel black powder coated frame and runs on quiet independent torsion axles. The wheels are 5.30-12 Load Range C trailer tires on five-lug chrome 8 spoke rims. The trailer lights come pre-wired, and the connector end is bare so you can wire your trailer to match your motorcycle's current wire connector or install our included male and female 7 pin round connectors.

The trailer is painted in gloss black enamel which is perfect for use as is or which looks even better when it's customized to match your bike. Since most of our customers customize their trailers, we've kept costs down by only applying a base coat layer of paint to the trailer. As a result, there may be small nicks or scratches from shipping on these trailers. We've included a touch-up kit to repair these when you receive the trailer and also if the trailer gets damaged from road debris.

Motorcycle Cargo Trailer
220 lbs
600 lbs
20 cubic ft.
47"L X 26-1/2" to 37"W X 19" to 21"H
12" to 20"L X 13" to 29"W X 9-1/2" to 16"H
Two included

Product Features

  • Touch up kit with paint stick included
  • Aerodynamic fiberglass shell with durable black finish
  • Low maintenance, low-noise independent torsion axles
  • Five lug, chrome, 8-spoke rims
  • 5.30-12 Load Range C trailer tires
  • Lockable 2" hitch coupler for 1-7/8" ball
  • Two 17" hitch safety chains
  • Spring-loaded trailer stand
  • Factory wired tail lights and turn signals
  • Two watertight storage spaces for gear & equipment
  • Front and rear hatch doors lock with key
  • Rear hatch includes dual ball-head gas spring support lifts
  • Touch light mounted inside large compartment (three AAA batteries included)
  • Makes a great base trailer for custom fabrication
  • Requires assembly, with all necessary hardware included
  • 1 year manufacturer's warranty
  • Includes title
  • Sold as is – May have minor nicks or scratches from shipping


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Review Summary (Based on 4 Reviews)


5 Stars 5 star licensing

robert from WA wrote (May 26, 2015):

Took all of 10 minutes to register and license the trailer in Washington state with the paperwork provided by Discount Ramps. Wish I could give this a better rating than just 5 stars. Love this thing.

5 Stars Electrical hookup

Robert from WA wrote (May 24, 2015):

No isolation relay is needed. I've wired it to a 2008 Vulcan 900 LT Classic with no problems whatsoever. Took it for a spin around the block (no license plate yet) and can't feel it back there until I brake. Extra braking distance is definitely required when towing. All in all, I'd say this is the best trailer for the price you can possibly get out there. I've been looking for 8 years and this is definitely suiting my needs. It's inexpensive, easy to assemble, a TON of storage space, and looks pretty darn good right out of the box. Can't wait to go camping with it.

5 Stars Great Value

Robert from WA wrote (May 23, 2015):

Just got the trailer. It was packaged nicely in a steel frame to protect from damage. The construction is solid and all parts nicely packaged inside the fiberglass shell. As stated, there are some paint issues but as this is just a gelcoat primer, it's acceptable. The title comes separately with all the necessary decals, paperwork and materials needed for licensing. Living in Washington state, this is a BIG plus because WSP can be,,, difficult in their inspections of vehicles. I haven't put it together as yet, but speaking as someone with experience in this area, I can tell that it won't take more than half a day to assemble with some basic tools. The wiring connector is an issue, I won't be using the supplied connector but, instead, I'll use a flat 5 wire connector available at any auto parts store. I will post an update after I've assembled it and have it functioning fully. So far, I can say that this trailer is the best you can get for the value.

5 Stars Assembly a breeze

Robert from WA wrote (May 23, 2015):

Well, the trailer is assembled. It only took 2 hours to do so. Anyone with even the slightest mechanical inclination will be able to put this together and align the wheels correctly with no problems. All bolt holes lined up perfectly. The only thing I suggest is running a piece of weed eater twine through the tongue when you feed the wires into it. This will allow you to attach each wire bundle to the twine and then pull the wire through the grommets and mounting holes. The hitch was a little sticky but once properly lubricated, it slid right onto the ball on my bike. Next is to wire it together and license it.