Motorcycle transport

with the Humbaur vehicle transporter HKT

imagePhoto: Humbaur

Again and again there are situations in which you have to get the motorcycle from A to B. Without it driving itself. The perfect solution: the Humbaur vehicle transporter HKT. The trailer is versatile and brings its load safely and reliably to the place of destination. And best of all, loading and unloading is easy. This is because the trailer can be easily lowered and the vehicle can be conveniently pushed or driven up. Without laying planks. Just lower the loading area, drive up and off you go. The hand pump of the hydraulic absclosing mechanism is operated at the bow of the trailer. The pointed or the flap serves as a ramp. Due to the very low rear-end angle from 4° to max. 6° (depending on the model), the vehicles can also be pushed onto the trailer with little effort. Thanks to the numerous locking points, optimum load securing is possible.

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