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Motorbike trailer fits in a car boot.

Added: (Sun Apr 10 2005)

Pressbox (Press Release) - Bikelug UK (www.bikelug.com/uk) have recently launched their collapsible trailers in the UK, the trailers can carry motorcycles up to 430kg in weight with a wheelbase up to 1.75m, when not in use they can be dismantled in seconds for easy storage and portability.

The trailers have been designed for the simplest possible operation, no other folding trailer is as easy to use or features the attention to detail of the Bikelug Collapsible Trailer. The unit consists of just four main parts with the biggest item being less than 1.0m long, the whole unit can be assembled and dismantled in less than a minute without using any tools and is easily carried by one person.

Loading your bike is easy, the Bikelug fold-up trailer has an innovative pivoting coupling which allows the rear of the trailer to be tilted downwards, the bike can be pushed or driven onto the trailer and once in place it is secured in position using the tie-down points located at the front of the trailer and also at the end of each axle.

Because the trailer is so light and compact there's never any need to tow an empty trailer again, if you're delivering or collecting a bike simply fold the trailer up and place it in the boot of even the smallest car for the return journey.

If trailer storage is a problem the Bikelug Trailer can be stored in the corner of a garage or shed, it can even be carried upstairs or downstairs and stored in an attic or cellar. The Bikelug Collapsible Trailer is the convenient answer to your trailer storage problems.

Bikelug T300 & T430 Collapsible Trailers are manufactured in the UK to the highest standards.

Full specification and details of available accessories and current special offers can be found on the Bikelug UK website www.bikelug.com/uk

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