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    1200C side car?

    Greetings all

    I have a challenge. My wife and I drive 1200C's, and although she loves her bike, she is still intimidated by the weight and bulk. She is determined to keep riding it, but she now thinks that a sidecar would be the perfect solution.

    Unfortunately, I live in Minnesota, far from the sidecar sources I have been able to find, and I would just as soon just hire this project out and have an expert do the work.

    Any suggestions? Appreciate any and all advice!

    Thanks!

    Jim Hultman
    hultman@rea-alp.com

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    Can whoever sent this to my email please reply on this thread? I've been trying to send you emails, but they keep bouncing.

    "Our Sidecars
    We have worked extensively with Cozy and Silverline Marketing over the years to bring the Cozy up to modern day standards and the results are stunning. These are beautiful, all steel (yet light) sidecars that sell for a very modest price. They are by far the best value in the sidecar market today.
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    Jim Hultman

    OR send me an email with your reply address.

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    Talking Iowa is close to MN

    motorvation sidecars in Iowa:


    http://www.motorvation.com/


    1974 R75/6 W Sidecar
    1989 R100GS


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    hows this project coming? I want to "someday " make a 1200c with side car.. I saw a few at the national rally that got me inspired... I hope my next wife understand the practicality of 3 bikes in the garage and two cars in the drive.....lol
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    Check in at chromeheads.org the R1200C/CL/CLC group. Some there have sidecar rigs.

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    Some of us here have 'em too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hultman View Post
    Greetings all

    I have a challenge. My wife and I drive 1200C's, and although she loves her bike, she is still intimidated by the weight and bulk. She is determined to keep riding it, but she now thinks that a sidecar would be the perfect solution.

    Unfortunately, I live in Minnesota, far from the sidecar sources I have been able to find, and I would just as soon just hire this project out and have an expert do the work.

    Any suggestions? Appreciate any and all advice!

    Thanks!

    Jim Hultman
    hultman@rea-alp.com


    So? Any Progress? Howzitt coming?
    "Stupidity, if left untreated, is self-correcting."

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    1200C side car?

    What did you decide to do?


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    Thirteen Months Later...

    So. What Happened? Did you ever build your Rig?
    "Stupidity, if left untreated, is self-correcting."

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