I love riding, she loves the RV so the natural compromise is to tow the bike behind the RV. When she hits the casino, I hit the roads.
I've been using by 4x8 utility trailer which is old, rusty, and ready for replacement. I'm also getting tired of strapping and unstrapping ramps and have been looking at aluminum trailers with the integrated ramps. I've ruled out M/C specific trailers as I still need something to haul wood chips, wood, and other big items. I've also ruled out full enclosure trailers, seems to be more bulk than I need to deal with. So I'm down to a 5x8 aluminum vs a 5x10, both with integrated ramp and hard sides.
I want this to be my last trailer. Dealer says that 8' is typically too short for hauling bikes though it would hold my airheads just fine. I'm 52 and have been in love with airheads since I was 22 so I'm doubtful that I will suddenly lust for a K1200LT or something else that exceeds 8' in length. Therefore I'm leaning towards the 8' but thought I'd ping the "gang" to see if anyone has gone through a similar process. Thoughts?