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Fully loaded SBX09 – $5400
The SBX09 Fold Up is the strongest, easiest to load, smoothest pulling, easiest to store motorcycle trailer in the world. We’ve re-engineered the fabulous SB001 to add our patent-pending winch operated fold up feature (check out the video below!). Like the SB001, this awesome trailer is the very best that money can buy. Beautiful on the outside and built to Baxley’s uncompromising standards, this will be the last trailer you ever need to carry a single motorcycle.
The winch on this trailer also does the job of tilting and leveling the trailer so you have an effortless job loading even the heaviest of motorcycles. Still standard are the patented LA Chock, adjustable coupler, floorboard, rock-guard and chrome wheels. As with the regular SB001, the motorcycle is held securely upright by the LA Chock so there is no worry about dropping the bike or losing control over the situation. Just winch down the lift frame and secure it in place with the hitch pin. To secure the motorcycle, just strap down the rear of the motorcycle; no front tie-downs are necessary! The SBX09 Fold Up still has our patented suspension system that operates as an independent suspension on each wheel and provides a very smooth ride with excellent tracking characteristics. This is by far the best motorcycle trailer on the market. This trailer ships by common carrier fully assembled and ready for you to use. This is the greatest motorcycle trailer ever designed so if you want to own the very best, this is the trailer for you.
- Weight: 650 lb.
- Payload: 1250 lb.
- Bed Length: 102″
- Length: 13′ 2″
- Width: 70″
- Tire Size: 185/75R13
- Finish: Black Crinkle Powder Coat
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
Fully loaded SBX09 – $5400