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Hauling multiple bikes to the track

There's about 5 of us that need to go 150 miles for our track day. What's the best option for hauling our bikes up there? We have just 1 pick-up truck between us. Uhaul? Thanks
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Can the pick up hold 2 bikes? I've seen uhaul trailers that can hold 3 bikes.


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Get a 8x15 trailer. And do what ^^^^ he said.
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If you can load two on the pickup (wheel chock recommended), the
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from Uhaul will hold three bikes no problem, two up front and one behind and between them. I can attach a pic when I get home.

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i've gotten 3 into an enclosed 5x12 before. burned the shit outta my arm, but we made it.


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There's about 5 of us that need to go 150 miles for our track day. What's the best option for hauling our bikes up there? We have just 1 pick-up truck between us. Uhaul? Thanks
CVR? But to answer your question, like what someone already said, get two bikes on a truck and use a uhaul to tow the other three.

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If you can load two on the pickup (wheel chock recommended), the
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from Uhaul will hold three bikes no problem, two up front and one behind and between them. I can attach a pic when I get home.
I have done it before, just like descibed

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Re: Hauling multiple bikes to the track

If you have 5 dudes riding in the cab, 2 bikes in back and 3 bikes on the open trailer; where are you gonna put everyones stuff and communal pit supplies?

When I go to the track by myself I fill the bed and the back of the cab with just my stuff.
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