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The GT 2000 two-bike motorcycle trailer features a winch operated tilt-down bed, built in LA Chocks and all steel construction and electric brakes. The frame is powder coated in a durable black crinkle paint that gives a long lasting and good looking finish. Chrome wheels are standard on every GT 2000. Other standard features include an adjustable height coupler, jack wheel, and full diamond plate floorboard. Accessories include a tool box, rockguard, and spare tire.


The GT 2000 motorcycle trailer, with its innovative engineering and elegant styling is easy to operate and a dream to tow. One perGTsideviewson can easily load any two motorcycles on this trailer safely and quickly. No more dangerous ramps or fighting to balance motorcycles in a precarious position while trying to strap them down. Just tilt the trailer to the ground, ride the bikes into the built in LA Chocks and they are automatically held securely upright. Crank the winch until the trailer is level and pin off the lift frame. Straps are only required on the rear of each motorcycle to provide a secure towing package. No towing system is easier or safer.

We now offer a protective cover to keep your trailer looking brand new.

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Model GT 2000 Double Bike Trailer
Weight
920 lb.
Payload
2150 lb.
Bed Length
102"
Length
14' 7"
Width
101 1/2"
Tire Size
205/75R14
Finish
Black Crinkle Powder Coat
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The GT2000 will hold two full size Goldwings
GT hitch The GT2000 comes with a height adjustable coupler so that your trailer can always ride level no matter what height your trailer ball is. A flip-up jack and high-quality safety cable are also standard equipment.
GT2000 tool box The lockable tool box is ample in size for all your straps and other trailering accessories.
GT cover The GT 2000 cover will keep your trailer new for years to come. $350 - Buy Now
GT widebed We've recently widened the floorboard of the GT2000 so you have ample room for your feet while you load.
GT Chock Two standard LA Chocks ensure that you can load even large touring bikes with ease and security only dreamed of before.
GT rockguard The optional rockguard protects the motorcycles from debris and dirt. The protective rubber edging adds a nice touch.
GT Spare The spare tire with matching chrome rim gives added security on long trips.
GT frame The framework of the GT2000 is all tubular steel, mig-welded and powdercoated with our durable crinkle black powdercoat. This trailer is built to give many years of dependable service.
GT winch The brake-winch enables anyone to load the largest motorcycles almost effortlessly. The winch won't freewheel backwards like most and is another example of the high-quality of a Baxley trailer.
GT suspension The patented independent swingarm and rubber shock suspension give the Baxley GT2000 the smoothest ride you've ever experienced in an open motorcycle trailer. This unique mechanism also allows the changing of tires without jacking up the trailer or unloading the bikes. Check out our video section to see this fabulous trailer in action.
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

 

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Jerome,

Please accept my very belated but sincere Thank You for providing accommodations for my wife and I when we picked up our GT 2000 trailer. The trailer is working great and tows very well. I am sorry I didn't get a chance to meet you personally but your son provided an excellent experience and gave a through overview of the trailer and the operation aspects.

Looking forward to many years of use from the GT 2000.

Thanks again,

Bob Loose

I’ve mentioned this before to you folks but simply cannot help myself. EVERY time I use my Baxley GT2000 (it is an older unit) I marvel at how easy it is to use, how simple it is to secure the motorcycles and am grateful to had been able to experience a Baxley trailer through a friend before I bought a m/c trailer of my own.  Quite frankly, I could not imagine buying a different type of motorcycle trailer.  Baxley is the gold standard is seems to me.

 

Thanks again, keep up the good work and spreading the good word.  

 

Roger Ross

Tomahawk, WI

Jerome,
WOW!  Add me to the list of satisfied customers.  The trailer is fantastic.  Even the first day in the rain it tracked beautifully, and we made the 1200+ mile trip back to New Jersey with no problems at all.  It took a bit of time to get used to the electric brakes, but after I got them set up right, it worked flawlessly – even when some crazy drivers pulled “stunts” in front of me so I had to apply them with a little bit of extra urgency.

We arrived home on Sunday evening, and I was like a small child at Christmas waiting for the morning, so I could try the bike on the new trailer.   The measurements that we used were spot on.  Just like you show for the two-wheel bikes, I just drove onto the trailer and strapped it down.  No muss, no fuss.  Did a short drive around the area, and the bike remained solid, and the trailer actually responded better with the weight added.  The independent suspension works great going over uneven surfaces and manhole covers and other obstacles that only affect one side or the other.

 You suggested using the trailer as a parking spot for the Spyder in the garage.  Well, it will not fit in my garage, but even if it did, can you load the bike without having the front of the trailer hooked to the car?  I thought it would tip backward without the front end being held down.  But if can be used as a parking place without being connected to the car, that would be an advantage when travelling so we could only consume two parking spaces instead of three when using the bike.  Let me know if it really can be used without the tow vehicle attached.

 Great job on the customization for the Can-Am.  I think I will adjust the angle of the front tie-down straps so they pull a bit straighter from the connection to the Spyder front end.  I tried going through the wheel like the manual for the Spyder recommends, but it fits and works better if I go directly to the bike’s suspension lower a-frame.  

 I took a bunch of pictures so you can see the results.  If I try to send them to you, they would just fill up you email box, so I have posted them to my Dropbox site.  The link below will take you to the location and you can download the zip file with all of the pictures.

 https://dl.dropbox.com/u/18713798/Can-Am%20GT2000.zip

 Thanks again for creating a great product and for helping us experience a taste of “Southern Hospitality” during our short visit with you.   (We did find a street side vendor for the boiled peanuts!)

 Godspeed,

 Bill

 PS:   At a rest area in VA, we parked next to a truck from Indiana with a large enclosed trailer with Harley-Davidson logos all over it.  When we came out, the three men who were traveling together in the truck had surrounded my trailer and were “holding court” about it.  Just like your story about the Harley-Davidson owner, they asked a lot of questions, so I showed of how the trailer worked, and gave them a brochure.  It was interesting to see their fascination.  They were very impressed with the powder coating, quality of the fit and finish, and the way the trailer tilted for easy loading.  They said they had never seen anything like it before.

Hi. I just wanted to sing the praises of the hight quality of workmanship you put into your trailers. I bought a use (2004) GT2000 last October from a dealer in Conroe Texas. It is used every day for work. I own and operate a Motorcycle Towing company. A few night ago I was on a rescue call at 1:00 am setting at a stop light when I was rear ended. The impact was hard enough to sheer the ball locking latch off causing the trailer tongue to dent my bumper in about an inch. The truck moved forward about 5 feet, and the 3 small running lights on the rear on the trailer where smashed. I was able to use a bolt to lock the trailer back to the ball and safely pick up the stranded rider and get him home safe. The quality of your trailers are the reason I chose Baxley for my company use and I will never pull any other brand. I upgraded the 3 running lights to LED and the tail lights are next. Again thank you Baxley Trailers for making my job much more easy to do. Steve Shreeve
Cindy; I want to thank you all for your kind help in being able to have a sport trailer for me when I drove over from Mississippi. The unit is more than I expected, and it tows so well behind my 2005 Dakota truck. The machine work is outstanding along with the engineering. Have had a lot of comments on the heft of the unit. Have been to my motorcycle dealer, so you might hear from them on being a dealer for your business. Tell your dad for Semper Fi for me. Sam W.
 
 

 

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GT 2000 Pricing
Basic Trailer (includes elect. brakes)
$
Rockguard
$
Tool Box
$
Chrome Spare Tire
$
Fully Loaded Total
$5900
$375
Spare Tire Cover
$35

 

 

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