Hitchin’ A Ride

Top Trailering Accessories Whether your customer’s heading to Baja with his KTM or Sturgis with his Harley, stock up on a full line of trailering accessories to help your customer hit the road this summer.

Hardened Steel Trailer Hitch Lock Set


With this new Class III hitch protection package, riders can lock both the hitch coupler and receiver. Made of hardened steel pins, and beautifully finished, the 2 ¾-inch shackle length fits 2-inch square receivers and the ½-inch pin fits lever coupler hitch styles. The lock set features anti-pick locks, that are keyed alike and retails at $29.95.


For More Info: www.bullylocks.com







Dual Ride-Up SRL Motorcycle Trailer


Kendon Industries has extended its trailer offerings with a new Dual Ride-Up SRL Stand-Up Motorcycle Trailer. Kendon took its dual motorcycle trailer and added elegant ride-up SRL technology to form this new and exciting folding trailer. The trailers incorporate Kendon’s SRL, or “Suspension Reactive Loading,” technology. The patented independent torsion suspension on Kendon motorcycle trailers works with the loading ramp to eliminate the apex and creates a smooth parallel surface with a much lower angle for loading and unloading. SRL (“Suspension Reactive Loading”) technology compresses and lowers the bed of the trailer while loading a motorcycle and raises it back up to towing height after the bike is fully loaded onto the trailer.


For More Info: www.kendonusa.com




Trailer Jug Racks

Fly Racing

These aluminum construction fuel jug storage racks are handy for snowmobile, watercraft and a variety of other trailers. They feature an offset base, which allows them to be used with most tongue jacks, a lockable retention bar for security, and a black powder coat finish for durability. Available in two-jug or three-jug versions, the racks are designed to accept Scribner and LC brand jugs. All mounting hardware is provided. The two-jug rack retails at $92.95, and the three-jug racks rings in at $119.95.


For More Info: www.flyracing.com




High Roller Ultra Tie Downs

High Roller Products

High Rollers Ultra Tie Downs boast double patent pending heavy-duty carabiner hooks at top and bottom. Oversized double stitched 1.5-inch wide aircraft quality nylon straps have a straight tension strength of more than 2,000 pounds. Other features include built in soft ties and heavy-duty nonslip cam-lock or ratchet buckles. The product offers a limited lifetime warranty against manufacturing defects and is sold in pairs in red, blue or black. Dealers can order High Roller’s Ultra Tie Downs from Tucker Rocky, WPS and Motovan for a retail price of $39.95.


For More Info: www.highrollerproducts.com 



Dirt Bike Stand Holder

Pit Posse

Pit Posse’s Dirt Bike Stand Holder helps clear up floor space, gets bike stands out of the way and secures them safely during transport. The holder holds most dirt bike stands with crossbars. 


For More Info: www.pitposse.com 

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