Have you ever looked at the prices of motorcycle loading ramps for your pickup? They’re pretty pricey aren’t they? Particularly for what you get. I know that I’ve thought about getting one from time to time, but when I see the price tag I start wondering if I really need one that bad. So far the answer has always been no, perhaps because I have a suitable trailer. But what if you could have a really nice one for $50 or less? It turns out that you can, if you’re willing to do a little work. Kent Hartland has posted instructions on Delphi Forums DIY Cruisers Motorcycle Forums. Not only is his solution cheap, it looks to be much better than anything that I’ve seen for sale. If you’d like to see how it’s done, here’s a link to the PDF that will explain it all. Nice design Kent.
Not just motorcycle campgrounds anymore. By popular demand we’re adding even more places to stay when you are traveling by motorcycle. In addition to motorcycle campgrounds, motorcycle resorts and parks, we are now including select cabins, houses, lodges, bed & breakfasts, hotels and motels, that have assured us that they both biker-friendly and welcome and value your business. In addition, we have entered a large number of state and national parks which will likely allow motorcycles although you should always check beforehand just to be sure.
Here are the states most frequently searched for motorcycle campgrounds in December
- North Carolina
BikerCamps.com was listed as the primary website for finding privately owned motorcycle campgrounds in the American Motorcyclist, the magazine of the AMA and is listed as a link to help motorcyclists find motorcycle campgrounds and motorcycle-friendly lodging.