Stinger Folding Double Motorcycle Trailer

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Sleek, Compact Design for Easy Storage

This double motorcycle trailer is foldable and expands from 5' 6" to a full-size 13' trailer in less than a minute. Simply remove the three locking pins and load your bikes. With running boards and self-locking wheel chocks already built-in, there’s no need for extra accessories - simply unfold, load and go! When you’ve arrived at your destination, or need to store the trailer, simply fold it back up and replace the pins. At just 5' 6", storing this trailer is compact and hassle-free.

Features and Benefits:

  • Folds from 13' to 5' 6" for compact storage
  • Running boards and wheel chocks built into the trailer
  • Accommodates nearly any size bike
  • Rated for 70MPH extended freeway use
  • Supports up to 2,495 lbs on a 3,500-lb rated torsion axle with Sure-Lube bearings for a safe, smooth ride
  • Long-lasting black powder coated steel construction

Heavy-Duty Motorcycle Trailer Accommodates Multiple Bikes

Able to carry up to two motorcycles, the Stinger Folding Double Motorcycle Trailer is a unique, versatile solution to your bike transportation needs! Manufactured from heavy-duty powder coated steel and boasting a large 2,495-lb weight limit, this trailer is rated for 70MPH extended freeway use. Featuring a 3,500 lb rated torsion axle with Sure-Lube bearings this trailer offers a smooth ride, whether going cross-country or just across town.

2,495 lbs
495 lbs

Product Features

  • Collapses to only 66" long for easy storage
  • Stores vertically or horizontally
  • Uses minimal garage space
  • Built in loading ramp with integrated tail lights
  • 102" motorcycle rail length fits large bikes
  • Built in self-locking wheel chock
  • Rated for 70 mph
  • 3,500-pound load-rated axle with Sure Lube® bearings
  • Durable steel construction
  • Attractive powder coat finish
  • Ships fully Assembled
  • Tires Load range C 8" Rim / 18" Diameter / 6" Wide
  • 1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty


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