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Old 11-03-2014, 08:24 AM   #1
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How To Haul Scooter + Three Bicycles

we are making a trip from Texas to Florida in December. I would like to take three bicycles + a honda metropolitan scooter with us. The scooter is really light (probably less than 200lbs). I have seen options on amazon for a hitch mount motorcycle carrier that will carry two dirt bikes. I am just wondering if I can mod that to hold one scooter and three bicycles.

Any ideas?

I don't want to pull a trailer and there is no storage area underneath that will hold a bicycle. Last trip we stacked two bicycles on the queen bed in back, but that isn't going to work with a 1,300 mile road trip and stops every night...

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Old 11-03-2014, 04:48 PM   #2
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What kind of rig do you have? If it is a diesel with rear radiator, not sure if you want to put a carrier right against the back. Knowing what you. Are driving will help folks chime in.

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Consider twin 2" receivers mounted on MH chassis about 16" left and right of center line. Then a tray or carrier can be attached and fabbed to fit your cycle carrying needs. It will be much more stable than mounted to a single receiver.
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