The Over-Bilt Sport-Loader provides a simple and effective method of
hauling a motorcycle while also providing the ability to tow a trailer,
camper, or travel trailer. The motorcycle will ride approximately
one inch off the bed of the pickup, providing a stable base for the ride.
To load, attach the channel extensions to the rear of the loader and
secure with the pin. Run the cradle to the base of the Sport-Loader
and roll the front tire of the motorcycle into the cradle, tighten the
bracket against the tire and strap the motorcycle to the cradle for
further stability while loading. The rear tire of the motorcycle will
track in the channel as the motorcycle is pulled into the bed of the
As the motorcycle is pulled up the channel, the unit pivots on a
tube attached between the tailgate mounting posts, lowering the
motorcycle to the bed of the pickup. When the motorcycle’s tire
reaches the front of the pickup box,the motorcycle is fully loaded
and ready to be strapped in for travel.The channel extensions are
secured in the bed of the pickup when not in use.
One person loading and unloading
Stable base for cycle (approximately .1” off the bed)
Removable ramp extensions store in pickup bed
Extension available for over-height pickups (SC9010)
Optional stand for changing oil or working on your bike (SC9012)
Additional Cargo Buckle (SC9011)
Cross tube required (see Blue Ox Application Guide)
No modifications to the pickup box or wiring required.
RVing allows you to go out across the country and bring all the comfort and necessities of home with you. While you may have room for a lot of your things in your RV, you probably have more things that you would like to take on the road with you. This is especially true if you own an ATV, golf cart, motorcycle, or any other small vehicle that you want to enjoy at your next camp site. Even if you don’t own one of these things, you may simply want more room for lounging or simply extra storage to give you more living room in your RV. Well, one way to achieve this is to get a toy hauler.
Toy haulers were originally built to help carry motorcycles, ATV’s, and your other “toys.” While you can still get a lot of functionality out of using a toy hauler this way, many new toy haulers are designed to be extra living or dining rooms, as well as holding an extra bed for anyone else you want to bring with you on your RV adventure. Toy haulers are a great way to get more out of your RV without having to upgrade to a whole new rig. A toy hauler can act like adding a new room or wing to your house. Most people like to have a multipurpose room at home. A toy hauler is the answer to this room in the RVing world.
If you are looking to do more on your future camping trips, then a toy hauler is a great way to allow you to bring more things along with you, giving you more possibilities on the road. If you’re a biker who wants to go to Sturgis, but doesn’t want to stay in a crowded motel, simply load in your hog and camp a few miles outside of town and ride your bike to the Buffalo Chip each day. If you are looking for new ATV paths, go out and find them quickly and easily. Toy haulers allow you to bring your favorite hobby, no matter how big or small, on the road with you.If you have questions about toy haulers or are looking for a new RV to tow them with, then be sure to stop by your central PA RV Dealer.
If you are buying a camping trailer, then that usually means that you will be towing it behind a truck or SUV. That doesn’t mean that there aren’t camper trailers that are designed for the motorcycle enthusiast. If you own a motorcycle and often travel to bike shows and events, such as Sturgis or Daytona Bike Week, then you may think that you are at the mercy of hotel reservations, absorbent fees and check in times.
Well, I stumbled upon a great article from rvtravel.com that shows how one lucky biker is able to travel wherever he wants in the country, and always have a way to camp out. This micro-camper may not have all the amenities of a full size luxury fifth-wheel, but that doesn’t mean that this rider is camping uncomfortably.
They don’t cook in their living quarters (they don’t come with stoves), so they eat out when on the road. This is their 2005 bunk house by B&F Specialties of Elk Grove, Illinois. This cool little RV has a screened in porch for bug-free outdoor living. Let me take you inside for a look at the sleeping quarters. This unit comes with a king sized bed with blow-up mattresses.
This little RV is roomy enough for tall folks to be comfortable. It weighs 350 lbs. empty and sports an electric refrigerator on the front.
Steve says it takes about five to ten minutes to set up and, “If it’s raining you can do it real fast.”
So if you want to travel around the country on your hog, but don’t want to deal with high hotel costs, then you should consider looking at a micro-camper. It goes to show, that RVs come in all shapes and sizes to make life on the road easier. If you are looking for a new full size travel trailer and fifth wheel, be sure to check us out at Lerch RV. Stop by and see why we are Pennsylvania‘s largest travel trailer dealer. Give us a call at 800-722-1236.
PS. Unfortunately we do not carry motorcycle campers…