I can’t begin to tell you how pleased I am with my Chariot Trailer. It is so easy to use, it is a pleasure. Most trailers out there have a skinny ramp to ride up on……not the Chariot! I like the fact that the ramp is the full width of the trailer, which is a great feature when loading a Goldwing like I have. I can start or stop at anytime during the loading and unloading process, and have both feet securely on a flat surface. Try that with one of those other trailers with skinny ramps! Also, having the wheel chock makes a huge difference.
Once my bike is loaded onto the trailer and into the wheel chock, I can get off the bike with confidence knowing that it is not going to move or fall over. This makes my tie down procedure a breeze. And the best part about loading my Goldwing on the Chariot is that I can load and tie down the bike by myself, without any help, in 10-15 minutes. Once loaded and on the road, the Chariot goes virtually undetected behind my car. It does not sway, and rides extremely smooth. The protective fairing truly protects my bike from all the road debris, and also adds to the unique look of my trailer. And even though I had the trailer painted and swapped out the original rims for the chrome rims for my own personal taste, I am always getting complimented by other bikers and even strangers as to how nice my Chariot Trailer is! Well I thinks so too,( in more ways than one) and just had to write and tell you. Keep up the good work!!
I have now owned my trailer for over ten years. We are in our 60′s now and we want something easy to use and maintain. I have to tell you we like it more now than when we bought it. It has served us beyond our expectations. It trails so well that we have to look in our rear view mirror to know that it is still there. When we pull it with our motor home we leave the rear view TV on to make sure it is still there. I have owned a lot of trailers over the years and this is the only one that I have ever had to do anything to except check the tires and go.
Thanks for building an exceptional trailer.
Malcolm C Richards