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    Sidecar rentals?

    Howdy - i received a question via the BMW MOA CampSite, asking about the availability of rental bikes with sidecars:

    "My wife and I spend our hollidays in europe camping with our BMW GS1200 with sidecar (tripteq). We would love to do the same once in the western part of the US. My question is: is it possible to rent a motorbike with sidecar in that part of the US, or can I offer a side-car owner in US to use mine and I use his for some weeks?"

    Does anyone have any info about this?

    tia

    ian

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    hey now, don't all jump in at once!

    here is a picture of the guy asking the question. nice rig!
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    I'd advise him to look on ADVRider in the Haaks Forum. Larger sidecar audience, might find someone interested in a visit/trade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobmws View Post
    I'd advise him to look on ADVRider in the Haaks Forum. Larger sidecar audience, might find someone interested in a visit/trade.
    hahaha.... the standard answer here. "go check out ADV"

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    I'm liking these Tripteq's the more I see them.

    If anyone has an answer to the question I would think it might be Doug Bingham .... and you know how he likes to yak on the phone about sidecars.
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    This guy is in Oregon...his site says he rents sidecars...

    http://adventuresidecar.com/?page_id=2

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