PRO SERIES ALUMINUM MOTORCYCLE CARGO TRAILERS
ALUMINUM PULL-BEHIND TRAILERS
BIG FEATURES IN A SMALL MOTORCYCLE TRAILER
Even a pro knows when it’s time to lighten the load, especially when that burden is placed on his tow vehicle. Whether you mean serious business touring the country with your shiny motorcycle, or whether you’re touring the professional racing circuit with a two-choke dirt bike, the Pro Series enclosed aluminum trailer can get the job done in lightweight fashion. Don’t let these small aluminum trailers fool you. They’re packed with features fit for the pros.
CARGO EXPRESS’ LIGHTWEIGHT LEGEND
The last thing any professional wants is the hassle of a heavy trailer. A steel trailer weighs 10-15 percent more than an aluminum trailer, which runs up fuel costs. Despite the weight difference, the Pro Series delivers the same durability of a steel trailer. And unlike steel, aluminum does not rust, protecting your investment season after season. Did we mention, the Pro Series’ 30” wedge slope nose adds to the trailer’s aerodynamics? Just one more reason to love hauling like a pro.
But it’s the long list of standard features and customizable options that allowed us to give this small motorcycle trailer the Pro Series name. A standard screwless exterior and a one-piece aluminum roof provide a sleek appearance, while there’s nothing more professional looking than the Pro Series’ two-toned aluminum with chrome stripe and 24” aluminum skirting. Standard aluminum rims add to this exterior package. Meanwhile, inside the trailer, white vinyl interiors set this aluminum model apart from other small motorcycle trailers.
The Pro Series is available in three 7-foot-wide models in three lengths (7x12, 7x14 and 7x16), each packed with features for serious riders. Dual sidewall vents, two removable wheel chocks and eight 5,000-lb. D-rings — all standard — make loading your bike a breeze.
Sometimes riding is serious business, and when it is, look to our network of trusted Cargo Express dealers to find you the right lightweight Pro Series trailer.