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Old 09-17-2012, 04:58 PM   #1
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Hello, new to the RV world never had one before.Always have traveled around the country on a motorcycle staying in motels and resorts. Will go now in M/H with bike in tow. Just trying to find out all I can before starting new phase in our life.
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Old 09-17-2012, 06:20 PM   #2
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We are glad you are here. Feel free to jump in anywhere you would like. Happy and safe travels.
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Trell, Welcome to the forum. You may want to look into a toy hauler or something similar and you won't have to tow the bike. Something similar to the Damon Outlaw.
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Hello neighbor. Glad you found this great forum. What part of this state do you call home? Me, about 35 miles East of Lexington.
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Hi Trell, welcome to the forum. Sounds like the best of both worlds. Safe travels.
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Hello neighbor. Glad you found this great forum. What part of this state do you call home? Me, about 35 miles East of Lexington.
Live in somerset area on lake Cumberland. LEE'S Ford dock.
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Welcome Trell to the group. Always nice to take your home with you. Safe trouble free travels.
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Howdy and welcome TRELL. I'm sure you'll get plenty of advice from other bikers here as there are plenty of them. Enjoy your travels and your time here on the site. Be safe and Happy Motoring!!!
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We saw a friend's Class C Coachmen last week that had a sideways oriented motorcycle compartment in the back. It had doors on both sides so you didn't have to back the bike down a ramp. This seemed like a very efficient way to carry one without loosing as much room as with a regular toy hauler.

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