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    Transporting 4 Dirtbikes

    Transporting 4 bikes on a flatbed trailer uses to many straps plus it's painful for my crippled ass to be climbing all around the trailer to connect all these dam things.

    Anyone use the Lock-N-Load transport system from Risk Racing, the Steadystand from Ace Lock or simmilar product?
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    My theory is if your in good enough shape to ride the bike youride in good enough shape to strap them down. I've never been a fan of the front tire lock system.

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    I can only hope that one day my crippled ass can ride a bike again. As of now I am in no physical condition to do so. It's my wife and kids bikes that I'm transporting.
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    I think they would be great to assist holding them steady, but there is a lot of leverage on that small area. I'd still tie the handle bars to something.
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    how many straps is to many? 2 on thhe handle bars? you could probably make some removable channels with wood or metal to line the bikes up

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    At this time I am using 3 straps per bike. 2 on handle bars and one across the rear tire. Except on a PW50 that gets one strap across the seat. I'm realy considering the lock-n-load system to secure the larger bikes to the trailer by the foot pegs, even though they are nearly 200.00 a set.
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