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    clarke mcd1 motorcycle dolly/mover

    anybody here use a motorcycle dolly/mover like the clarke mcd1...
    ive got a few bikes and spend too much time having to move them around my workshop...
    was thinking of getting one of these....
    mainly for the gs cos thats the hardest one for me to move around...
    anybody got one.....good for the gs or crap
    cheers all

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    I bought one of these last year, price has gone up since then BUT its very handy indeed for moving my bike around in a tight work space garage. strongly made and heavy, delivery very quick

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Motorcycl...item5d6e06a831

    Issues
    Only one, really, the adjustment slider/knob between the rear wheel platform and the side stand platform is really not up to the job, some sort of locking bolt would have helped, a smooth lino type floor would be no problem but I have a concrete floor. It works but you need to keep an eye on it.
    Its easy to load/unload the bike, there are two locking castors to help. Once on, put the bike in gear and the the bike can be pulled around in tight spaces very easily, steering with a combination of handlebar lock and pulling from pannier frames although I always watch to make sure I dont move it in a way that might encourage the bike off its sidestand!!

    HTH
    Russ

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