Swivelwheel Single Wheel Motorcycle Trailer - 1,000 lb Capacity
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A single-wheeled trailer for hauling motorcycles, ATVs, Golf carts and other cargo. Always tracks with the tow vehicle, both forwards and in reverse. Great for towing behind fifth wheel trailers. 1,000 lb Weight capacity.


Tow a motorcycle, dirt bike, ATV, UTV, golf cart or other cargo without the fear of fishtailing or the hassle of backing up a traditional trailer with the Swivelwheel trailer. Unlike traditional trailers, the single wheel Swivelwheel trailer always tracks with the tow vehicle, acting more like an extension of the vehicle than a trailer. Because of this, the Swivelwheel one wheel trailer is a great option for pulling motorcycles and other toys behind fifth wheel campers, as the Swivelwheel trailer doesn't need to be removed before backing up.

A strong rectangular steel tube frame, topped with 3/4" treated and painted plywood, gives the Swivelwheel single wheel trailer a 1,000lb weight capacity. Loading cargo onto the Swivelwheel trailer's platform is easy, and can be done from three sides. 2" x 2" Stake pockets provide convenient tie down points for cargo, and could be used to add sides if wanted. On the road the single wheel, fitted with a 5.10 x 8 6-ply trailer tire (load range "D") rated for 1,075 lbs (at 100 psi cold), is designed with an adjustable friction pad and rotor, eliminating the possibility of "flutter" at highway speeds. To soften bumps in the road, the single wheel motorcycle trailer features a torsion suspension system. After arriving at the destination, the Swivelwheel single wheel trailer can be flipped upright, taking up less space in tight campsites or parking spaces. Jack-stands with wheels are included too, allowing the Swivelwheel to be moved around easily when removed from the tow vehicle or trailer. The Swivelwheel trailer works with full size pickups, full size SUVs, Class-A and Class-C motor coaches, and some fifth wheel travel trailers equipped with a Class III or Class IV receiver. DOT compliant lights are included, along with a Manufacturer's Certificate of Origin and SAE Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) Sticker.

Single Wheel Trailer with Flip-up Platform
Class III or Class IV
404 lbs
1,000 lbs

Product Features

  • Tow a motorcycle, ATV, Golf Cart or other cargo without the possibility of jack-knifing or fishtailing
  • Can be towed behind some fifth wheel trailers (see "Swivelwheel Trailer Safety and Usage Guidelines" for limitations)
  • Swivelwheel trailers don't have to be removed from a fifth wheel trailer before backing up
  • Includes removable jack stands with wheels to move trailer around while disconnected from vehicle
  • Trailer can be loaded from three sides
  • 2" x 2" Stake pockets provide tie down points and attachment points for custom trailer sides or rails
  • Adjustable front deck height keeps load level
  • Single wheel is designed with an adjustable friction pad and rotor to eliminate "flutter"
  • 5.70-8 6-ply Trailer tire (Load range "D")
  • Torsion axle suspension softens bumps
  • Included hitch fits standard Class III and Class IV receivers
  • DOT compliant integrated lighting system (uses 4-wire flat plug)
  • 1,000lb load capacity
  • For carrying motorcycles behind Class A motor homes, consider the RV Motorcycle CruiserLift
  • Deck Dimensions is 60"L x 96"W x 25-3/4" H (Level)
    3/4" Thick Treated Plywood

Warning and Usage Guidelines

  • It is the customer's responsibility to ensure that the tow vehicle or fifth wheel trailer can support the Class III or Class IV hitch and the weight of the Swivelwheel trailer and cargo
  • Not recommended for use with bumper pull travel trailers, or short wheelbase vehicles such as compact pickups and Jeeps
  • Swivelwheel trailers are not recommended for use behind fifth wheel trailers less than 30' in length and 10,000 lbs (dry weight)
  • "Double Towing" also referred to as "Triple Towing" is illegal in some states. It is the customer's responsibility to be familiar with local trailer towing laws and ordinances
  • Swivelwheel trailers are not designed to be "double towed" behind motor coaches towing another vehicle
  • Always put the load in the center of the Swivelwheel trailer, maintaining a 50/50 weight balance between tongue and wheel
  • Do not exceed 65mph while towing
  • Do not operate the vehicle with trailer folded
  • The Swivelwheel trailer must be connected to the vehicle before loading
  • Cargo must be removed from the trailer platform before disconnecting the trailer


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