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The Original Slick Wheelie Motorcycle Hauler

$144.95

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Like many innovative products, The Original Slick Wheelie is being counterfeited. Authentic Slick Wheelies are sold only by The USA Trailer Store. The USA Trailer Store will not be held liable for failures associated with these counterfeits.

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Actual customer comments:

  • "Ingenious Idea"
  • "ABSOLUTELY THE BEST DEAL"
  • "Quick Shipping, great towing bar, easy to install

The Slick Wheelie attaches in seconds to a 2" Class II or Class III receiver, and its all steel construction allows for this unit to haul bikes with a curb weight of up to 1000 lbs. Other transports require you to struggle with pushing your bike up a ramp. Not this baby!

It's as easy as...

1. Simply turn the crank and the cradle lowers to ground level

2. Insert and secure the front wheel. Then,

3. Turn the crank in the opposite direction to raise the bike to the transport position.

Really. It's just that simple.

So Many Reasons to buy

  • Less expensive than a bulky trailer
  • More money for gas in your tank
  • No time or money spent on tags or registration
  • More money for gas in your tank
  • No additional storage costs
  • More money for gas in your tank
  • No tires means no maintenance
  • More money for gas in your tank
  • No heavy trailer to haul or maneuver
  • More money for gas in your tank
 
 

Specs

Specifications
  • Includes 2 - 2" ratcheting straps with hooks.
  • Assembles and installs in minutes.
  • The entire unit weighs a very manageable 32 lbs. and measures 40"x8"x9"
  • You can store it in your trunk or behind your seat in your car!
  • Note-This unit will not accommodate bike tires greater than 5 1/2" wide. 

Warranty

  • 1 yr Warranty

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FAQs

Do you have questions about this product? If so, take a look at some of The Slick Wheelie's FAQs.

Do I need lights on my motorcycle when towing with the Slick Wheelie™?

Research indicates that because the Slick Wheelie is not a traditional trailer and the towing automobile's lights are not obstructed, additional lights are not needed. For safety, however, we offer two suggestions:

1.When driving at night, illuminate the motorcycle's running lights or purchase an inexpensive trailer lighting kit. These kits easily plug into your trailer lighting receptacle.

2.Check with your local law enforcement agency for regulations specific to your location (Laws sometimes change without the knowledge of some citizens.)

Will this type of towing affect my odometer reading?

Most odometers function in conjunction with the front tire. The front tire is elevated while in tow, so the odometer does not register any additional mileage. That being said, there are exceptions to any rule. Please refer to your owner's manual or contact the manufacturer with regards to your bike.

What kind of bike can be used with the Slick Wheelie™?

Most 2 wheeled motorcycles can easily be towed with the Slick Wheelie. Trikes and side cars do not allow for the lean necessary for turning. There are 3 minimum requirements:

1.The front tire must allow for a strap to wrap around the rim, so there needs to be an opening.

2.The stabilizer straps must be able to attach to the handlebars or upper triple-tree - not the forks.

3.Custom raked front ends cannot extend more than 3 or 4 inches over the original stock lengths.

Image of wheel that is compatible with Slick Wheelie Image of wheel tht is NOT compatible with Slick Wheelie

Can it be used with a motorcycle that has fairings or wind effects?

More often than not, a point of anchor can be found. Remember that the straps need either attach to the upper triple-tree or handle bars. Do NOT attach the straps to the forks. You cannot place straps over OR wrap around fairings, windshields, or anything that may interfere with the attaching of the motorcycle to the bumper. The straps that connect the motorcycle to the tow vehicle must be taut. As fairings and windshields can bend or break, attaching to either one may cause the straps to slip and become loose.

What size front tire will it accept?

Slick Wheelie will accommodate a front tire up to 5 1/2 inches in width - 6 inches, if you reduce the psi.

What is the weight capacity for the Slick Wheelie?

1000 pounds

Is there a particular bumper height that works best with The Original Slick Wheelie?

The bumper of the tow vehicle must measure 12'' - 16'' in height from the ground to the center of the receiver opening. If it does not, a drop receiver extension can be used.

Do you make a version of the Slick Wheelie that will fit a 1 1/4" receiver?

Slick Wheelie may not be used with a Class I receiver which has a 1.25'' square opening. If you have a Class I adapter, DO NOT use it with The Original Slick Wheelie. A Class I adapter is a device used to convert a Class I receiver to a Class II receiver. This adapter is not stable enough to work in conjunction with The Original Slick Wheelie. Although some internet sites may suggest the use of the two products together, DO NOT.

Using the Slick Wheelie, can I transport my shaft-driven motorcycle?

We have not received any reports from our consumers regarding any problems associated with the use of Slick Wheelie and shaft-driven motorcycles. However, know that some shaft-driven motorcycles use a lubrication pump that requires that the motor be running in order for it to work properly. Should you have any doubt or concern about your specific model, please contact your motorcycle manufacturer, authorized mechanic or dealer.

Will my motorcycle be damaged if I don't remove the drive chain before towing?

As with any engine concern, if you have any doubts, we recommend that you contact the service department of your bike specific dealership.

Can I purchase more than one Slick Wheelie?

Absolutely! Buy two or three. The Original Slick Wheelie makes an AWESOME gift!

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  1. Best investment this year Best investment this year -

    Posted by joe kennedy on Oct 9th 2019

    I had taken a trailer to load a VW trike but it wouldn’t fit. I found this product online and purchased. Delivered quick, was easy to assemble and worked like a champ. Stored on a hook in the garage for future use. I recommend to anyone needing to move a bike.

  2. Performed as Advertised Performed as Advertised -

    Posted by Unknown on Oct 8th 2019

    The carrier was delivered as expected via UPS; the box showed what I consider abnormal wear and tear, but the carrier and all components were undamaged. I found it easier to assemble the carrier after attaching it to the hitch on my vehicle. Take heed of the instructions to secure the handlebar straps as wide apart as practical on the tow vehicle. Also, as described, lubricant on the threads made lifting the bike much easier. My first use was a tow of a little over 900 miles driving a full-sized pickup truck. I consciously made turns into gas stations a little slower than normal as the bike leaned over and was momentarily out of site behind the tailgate (normal as stated in the instructions), but on the highway I traveled at or slightly above the posted speed limit (70+ mph) and towing was seamless to normal highway operations. I will also share I removed the mirrors on my bike to prevent reflection of headlights into the eyes of the driver of vehicles following or overtaking me at night, given the handlebars were about two feet higher than in normal operation. Overall, an excellent product!

  3. Easy Easy -

    Posted by Unknown on Oct 1st 2019

    I had to make one small modification. My bike has a fairing . could not use the bumper straps to the handlebars. Watching the by tipping as I was making a turn took a little to get used to. Made some herons with the brake attached and then drove 500 mile and the bright tracked well and rode well.. Quite easy to use.

  4. Great trailer Great trailer -

    Posted by Cdb on Aug 19th 2019

    Amazing product. Took 5 minutes to attach to motorcycle. Very stable once attached correctly. Make sure to tie handlebars to trailer for stability. I took the trailer on major highways at speeds up to 80mph. Three separate trips over 3hours long and no issues. My bike is on the lighter side (under 400lbs). So be conservative with heavier bikes.

  5. Cheap and easy Cheap and easy -

    Posted by Unknown on Sep 21st 2018

    Nice little piece of hardware. Does the job, doesn't cost much, easy to store.

  6. Just what I needed Just what I needed -

    Posted by Unknown on Aug 13th 2018

    I wanted an easy way to get my Jeep and motorcycle out to Ouray, CO to hit some trails and passes. No one would rent a trailer to a Wrangler with a soft top and it would have been pricy also. This was perfect, not only did it give me a great way to pull my bike, but it also didn't add a bunch of extra weight (important when climbing 10,000+ feet mountain passes). I was able to bring both of my toys to the mountains to play for the week. It does look a little odd when the bike leans to the outside of the turns, but as long as the straps are secured, it's very stable. All in all it worked perfectly for what I needed. 600+ miles and no issues.

  7. worked great on a 550 mile trip from farmington new mexico to phoenix az worked great on a 550 mile trip from farmington new mexico to phoenix az -

    Posted by skip st on Jul 30th 2018

    oil the allthread up ang go, very easy to mount the bike to, straps are way long so u got plenty of reach

  8. Worked pretty great; needed adjustment after major highway construction Worked pretty great; needed adjustment after major highway construction -

    Posted by Drew on Jun 13th 2018

    This worked perfectly on a 250 mile trip behind my Nissan Titan. No problems. It is a little unnerving at first, but it was definitely secure. Went through some heavy construction with really rough roads and major bumps. Pulled over to readjust as bike was leaning a good amount after passing through that...or at least too much for comfort. Would recommend this to anyone with a bike to get from point A to B. I already recommended it to a coworker and they ordered one! Very easy to assemble from box. Such an easy one-man job. Be sure to use some lubricant before trying to raise or lower bike. It is like night and day! Once I did that, it was an extremely easy lift. I would recommend that it come with a few zip ties for securing the clutch. Putting a bike in neutral is great...as long as it doesn't jump out of it. We had some zip ties, so pulled clutch and secured to handle for piece of mind.

  9. Affordable one man operation. Affordable one man operation. -

    Posted by randall johnson on May 24th 2018

    Slick wheelie is genius. The law of physics will not let this fail and it is backed by quality materials and workmanship. I'm sure I'm not the first to say, I would pay a little bit more for a more sturdy crank system. The threaded rod it comes with is sufficient but would be easier to crank if it was bigger round to compensate for the length or even electric which plugs into the trailer lights socket.

  10. Gets the Job Accomplished. Gets the Job Accomplished. -

    Posted by Tom on Apr 17th 2018

    Just finished towing my 2010 Heritage Softail Classic just over 600 mile each way behind a 2006 Dodge Grand Caravan. Fuel mileage was diminished about 1 mpg over normal use. Will have to add helper springs to the van. Was a harrowing experience early on until confidence level came up that the bike was not going to lay down. Interstate highway speeds and turns are no problem. Parking lots and eatery maneuvering is still a mental challenge and do not know what stresses are on the bikes head bearings. Loading and unloading sequence of steps is in development but is improving. Trying to understand the geometry of the setup and what effect each strap tightening or loosening has on the process along with raising/lowering of the bike has been the most challenging. Initial step of having the tow vehicle and the bike on the same plane and in a straight line is the most critical part of the loading process. Am confident that lessons learned will make the next trip a little warmer and fuzzier.
    I got out the grease and greased the screw, pins, pivot points, and any pressure point I could find before using the hauler. Slick contact points make a Slick Wheelie "Slick"







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