Kendon Ride-Up SRL Stand-Up™ Motorcycle Trailer - 1,000 lb Capacity
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Ride-up single rail motorcycle trailer with patented independent torsion suspension designed to contract when loading a bike. Creates a virtually level loading surface preventing motorcycles from bottoming out. Three piece expanded metal loading ramp with foot boards included. 1,000 lb Load Capacity.


Bottoming out a motorcycle while loading or unloading it is nearly impossible with the Kendon Ride-Up SRL Stand-Up™ single motorcycle trailer. Featuring Suspension Reactive Loading (SRL) technology, the Kendon single motorcycle trailer's independent torsion suspension compresses while loading a motorcycle. This lowers the bed of the motorcycle trailer, eliminating the apex at the top of the three piece expanded-metal ramp to create a virtually level loading platform. Once the bike is loaded into the integrated wheel chock, the suspension raises the motorcycle trailer back to its normal towing height. Once disassembled, the lightweight loading ramp and included foot boards are small enough to fit inside the trunk of a mid size sedan. The ramp sections can also be stored right on the trailer itself.

Finding a place to store the single rail motorcycle trailer after use is easy. After folding the rear end of the motorcycle trailer, the entire trailer can be stood up on its tail end. Once vertical, the Kendon trailer rests on integrated caster wheels that allow it to be easily moved around a shop or garage. The entire process can be handled by a single person, as the Kendon Ride-up SRL Single Motorcycle Trailer weighs in at only 350 lbs.

Manufactured from black, powder-coated triangulated steel tubing with an aluminum diamond-plate deck, the Kendon single motorcycle trailer is as durable as it is good looking. The Ride-Up motorcycle trailer has a load capacity of 1,000 lbs, and can accommodate a sport bike, dirt bike, or cruiser up to 98" long (when measured from the front of the bike's front tire to its rear axle). Kendon's Single Rail Ride-Up SRL trailer rides smoothly on 13" radial tires mounted to 8-spoke chrome finished steel wheels, with Super Lube hubs for extra reliability. A Class II or higher rated hitch is required, as well as a 2" ball. The Kendon Single Ride-Up SRL Motorcycle Trailer is made in the USA.

*Updated 2014 models now include radial tires on chrome plated steel wheels and a new raised rail guidance system with a new and improved low profile wheel chock.

Kendon Single Ride-Up SRL Stand-Up™ Single Motorcycle Trailer
350 lbs
1,000 lbs
Class II or Higher

Product Features

  • Suspension Reactive Loading (SRL) system eliminates the apex at the top of the loading ramp, making it nearly impossible for the bike to bottom out
  • Patented independent torsion bar suspension
  • Easily maneuvered and operated by one person (A spotter is recommended for loading)
  • Wide, three piece trailer ramp helps make loading and unloading bikes safer
  • Expanded metal ramp surface provides traction
  • Each ramp section is lightweight and easy to handle
  • Trailer ramp sections can fit in the trunk of a mid size car, or can be stored on the trailer itself
  • Trailer folds to a more compact size, and can be stood up for convenient storage anywhere
  • Integrated caster wheels allow the trailer to be easily moved while standing up
  • Durable Triangulated round steel tube construction
  • Black powder coated frame and aluminum diamond-plate deck for an attractive appearance
  • Can be used to transport dirt bikes, sport bikes, and cruisers up to 98" in length
  • 13" raidal tires on 8-spoke chrome finish steel wheels for a smooth ride
  • Super Lube hubs for extra reliability
  • Class II or greater hitch required
  • 1,000 lb Load capacity
  • Maximum Bike Length is 98"
  • Platform size: 35"W x 13"H
  • Standing Height: 89"
  • Width Between Fenders: 54"

Warning and Usage Guidelines

  • Trailer does not come with a certificate or title
  • Customer is responsible for checking state laws to see if registration is required


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