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Yes, Trailer in a bag, in my case, two bags because I bought a double, single and a double yoke. assembles easily in 15 minutes, the double is a pain because you need help with the double rear assembly, but with two people no drama. When I bought mine 4 years ago, it was about $2100 US.

it weighs less than 200 lbs as a single, I strongly recommend if you buy on to get straps with locks, I use: www.blackandgrey.com they aren't cheap 50$ apiece, but regular straps stretch due to the light trailer weight and no suspension so it takes a pounding in vertical bumps. My bike came loose more than a few times, so I bought these and no issues any more. I love I can store this anywhere and with little trouble. Worth a look IMHO.

Here are some pics of mine as a single trailer
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Here is where you can get them.
Trailer in a Bag online store

Here are assembly videos.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eSCj7zB00k8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgj1uYDTmmw

For those taking their H2's to the track, please share how you are securing the rear of the bike to your trailer without damage. I am still up in the air how to safely and securely do it .

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For those taking their H2's to the track, please share how you are securing the rear of the bike to your trailer without damage. I am still up in the air how to safely and securely do it .
For that setup where the front is chocked well and strapped down i would use a ratcheting strap from one eyelet then looped around the rear wheel/tire and to the eyelet on the other side and crank it down, maybe with a towel wrapped to protect the wheel from scuffing. that way it cant move side to side and the rear suspension will be free to soak up bumps
 

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Yes, Trailer in a bag, in my case, two bags because I bought a double, single and a double yoke. assembles easily in 15 minutes, the double is a pain because you need help with the double rear assembly, but with two people no drama. When I bought mine 4 years ago, it was about $2100 US.

it weighs less than 200 lbs as a single, I strongly recommend if you buy on to get straps with locks, I use: www.blackandgrey.com they aren't cheap 50$ apiece, but regular straps stretch due to the light trailer weight and no suspension so it takes a pounding in vertical bumps. My bike came loose more than a few times, so I bought these and no issues any more. I love I can store this anywhere and with little trouble. Worth a look IMHO.

Here are some pics of mine as a single trailer
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Here is where you can get them.
Trailer in a Bag online store

Here are assembly videos.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eSCj7zB00k8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgj1uYDTmmw

For those taking their H2's to the track, please share how you are securing the rear of the bike to your trailer without damage. I am still up in the air how to safely and securely do it .



Thanks...

Rhody...
Rhoda the best way is a Pitbull trailer restraint system... You don't have to compress the front forks and one guy can load it with no help. Love my pit bull...
 
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Here are a couple of pics after I converted it to a double setup today, the yoke to the two rails takes two people to align and slide in place, but other than that it was a smooth conversion.
I added the swivel jack in the middle of the yoke makes it easier to maneuver that way. I have some short figure 8 straps rated to 2500lbs. I plan to put them high up through the rear wheel.
I should be good to go that way with no damaging any bodywork.

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I don't know if there is enough space to use a rear Pit Bull or MotoD setup on the trailer in a bag. Most of the time there is only a rail to mount things. In any event, it would not be a one person job when the bike is a foot off of the ground and you are trying to lever the bike up into position. For strapping the bike down I have usually used a couple soft straps through the triple trees and then ratcheting straps from there. With the H2 I have been using those handlebar end mounts with pretty good luck and that keeps things off of the paint. I use additional straps on the rear. My theory about trailering is that the bike should be tight enough that if you rolled the trailer, the bike would stay in position.
 
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