Custom Motorcycle Trailer, Phase 3 Completed

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Well my custom enclosed motorcycle trailer is almost finished, and I must say that it is frigging awesome.

Today I picked up the trailer from Monster Image of Huntington Beach. They are the company I chose to do the wrapping of the trailer. They also designed the wrapping with my advice and consent.

If you ever want to get a vehicle wrapped, Monster Image of Huntington Beach should be the place you go. Make sure you talk to Scotty or Bobby, these guys are professionals.

If you take a look at the pictures you can see their handiwork. At the front of the trailer you can also see the diamond plate trailer tongue box I had installed. If you look at the back of the trailer near the top, you can also see the wireless video camera I had installed so I can see the back of my now 50 foot rig, including RV.

Next I am going to get my RV wrapped.

There are still a few things I need to wrap up before Sturgis, but they are not things that will prevent me from going. I still need to get a spare tire for the trailer, and a spare tire holder. I am also looking at shelving systems for the inside of the trailer, but unfortunately, since I am leaving for Sturgis this Tuesday morning, it is probably too late, we will see.

If you look at my phase 1 article by clicking here, and my phase 2 article by clicking here, and compare the pictures on each article, you can see the various aspects of my customization.

I also added a wireless tire pressure monitor to my RV, and the trailer, so I will have a computerized readout of all tire pressure for the RV and trailer tires, along with their temperature. If there is a leak or some other problem, the unit will show an alarm automatically.

So there you have it, a custom motorcycle trailer in less than a month.

I am really excited to try out the Biker Bar Strapless Motorcycle towing system, and meet up with the guys who manufacture it, and sell it in Sturgis. They told me they will be at Black Hills Harley Davidson, so that is where I will meet them.

Stay tuned, I will be blogging about my entire trip to Sturgis. I plan on posting video and a whole lot more.

The Biker Law Blog is now a recognized motorcycle industry and news publication. I have received press credentials to aid me in my work. So I am now not only a nationally recognized Biker and Motorcycle Accident Lawyer, I am also a reporter.

I never really considered the stuff I write for the Biker Law Blog to be news, but others do.

Stay tuned for one hell of a trip to Sturgis!

By California Motorcycle accident Lawyer and Biker Attorney Norman Gregory Fernandez, Esq., © July 25, 2013

5 thoughts on “Custom Motorcycle Trailer, Phase 3 Completed

  1. Well done – that trailer is a great setup! Are you worried about the babes on the back causing an accident? 🙂

    1. Nope because it causes everyone to slow down. It is really funny how guys go from 80mph to the speed of my motorhome to check out the babes. Everyone slows down to check it out. I think it is a safety magnet.

      Norm

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