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I may need to pick my bike up and bring it home on a trailer depending on the weather this weekend. I have heard mixed reviews on the best way to tie it down for transport. I noticed that when the new bikes are shipped from the factory they tie then to the rear saddlebag guards and the front engine guards. Any input on this would be very helpful.

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http://www.tulsaenterprises.com/tiedown.html

Follow these instructions to the T. I have a toy hauler that we use for long trips. Recently passing through Chattanooga had to make an emergency stop from 70 to 0. I cringed as I opened the door of the trailer to see what happened to the bike. It never moved. As if I never even hit the brakes.
 
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