Trike Trailer 2200

(1 customer review)


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Our Trike Trailer 2200 is a great way to bring your trike with you while you travel!

  • Built to haul a single trike, motorcycle, UTV, golf cart, or one or two ATVs.
  • The easy-to-use drop tail makes loading and unloading a breeze.
  • You never need extra equipment like ramps with a Drop-Tail Trailer.
  • This wide trailer also functions perfectly as a flatbed trailer.
  • Note: Tool Box and Spare Tire are not included.

If you’re taking your trike across the country for a vacation or you’re travelling to pick up a new trike, you know just how difficult it can be to find a trailer that that is big enough to carry a full-sized trike. Luckily, our trailer is big enough and it folds up so you can save extra room when it isn’t being used! Shop with us today for a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee! If you aren’t happy with your collapsible trailer purchase during the first 30 days, send it back (we pay return shipping) and we’ll refund your money.

  • Trike Trailer Specifications:
    • Class II Trailer
    • 2″ Coupler (2″ Hitch Ball required)
    • VWR 2,700 lbs.
    • Empty Weight: 644 lbs.
    • Load Capacity: 2,100 lbs.
    • Deck Area: 70″ x 106″
    • Max Length: 126″
    • Max Width: 91″
    • Storage / Stand Up Height: 94″
    • Stand Up Depth: 40″
    • Width Between Fenders: 74″
    • Ball Hitch Height: 18″ to 19″ (Top of Ball to Ground)
    • Tire Size: ST175 / 80R13 Radial Trailer Tire
    • Electrical Connection: 4 Way Flat

Additional information

Weight 776 lbs
Dimensions 93 × 42 × 97 in

1 review for Trike Trailer 2200

  1. Rich Richardson (verified owner)

    I bought this to take my 2017 Harley Trike, Tri Glide Ultra,to Michigan with me from Florida. It was very easy to load and unload by my self. It tied down nicely on the crash bars to the trailer frame. In the back, under the trike there are two tie down loops on each side of the axle. It made it easy to keep the bike shifting from side to side while traveling. One thing you want to insure is that the trailer is level with the ground, this will save you from scratching the bottom of the bike. Or in my case knocking the parking brake spring out of its place. It was a easy fix but taught me to insure everything was level going off and on.

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