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    Shipping a K-75

    I'm looking into all of my options and wonder if anyone has had any experience with movers who'll ship my K-bike from California to Vermont (vs. riding).

    Thanks for your input!

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    fairly common topic. what did your search results tell you?
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    I've used these guys a couple of time with good success.


    http://www.funtransport.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by 141746 View Post
    I'm looking into all of my options and wonder if anyone has had any experience with movers who'll ship my K-bike from California to Vermont (vs. riding).

    Thanks for your input!
    Welcome to the forum, as you are new, chances are you haven't had a chance to explore out links and references section yet.

    Here is an excerpt-

    Motorcycle Shippers

    http://www.haulbikes.com
    http://keyboardmotorcycleshipping.com
    http://www.CurvesAheadTransport.com ÔÇô enclosed trailer
    http://www.motorcycleshippers.com/
    https://www.forwardair.com/prepaid/MCmainpage.jsp ÔÇô pallets with tie downs
    http://wolverinetransport.com
    http://alliedmotorcycleshipping.com/
    http://u-ship.com
    http://www.threejokersinc.com/ - enclosed, air ride vans/trailers

    As for hassle or quality, I find it good to have someone you know help get you pointed in the right direction.
    Good luck, any questions, just ask. Gary
    "Well they say.. time loves a hero but only time will tell.. If he's real, he's a legend from heaven If he ain't he was sent here from hell" Lowell George
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    I've used 1 800 haul bikes a couple times now with good results.

    The trucks have a lift to load the bikes. ( Another firm we used didn't, had to get a roll back wrecker, roll the sidecar rig off the truck onto the roll back, then roll it back unto the ground.)

    They load the bike and tie it down, no need to palletize or crate.
    Mike Currin
    93 K1100RS / EML Speed 2000 sidecar
    89 Honda GB 500
    67 Triumph 650 Chopper

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