Sidecar is a vehicle attached to a motorcycle, usually on the right side of the driver, that can carry one or two people. But that's not all - the added wheel makes your motorcycle transformed into a three-wheeled mode of transport.
Get to know the benefits of a Motorcycle Sidecar
No more fear of falling over on slippery surfaces or slow-speed situations - with a third wheel, stability is guaranteed. Short and disabled riders can now breathe a sigh of relief, as they no longer have to worry about supporting the motorcycle when stopped. And if the winter months have you feeling down, fear not! With a sidecar, you can continue riding year-round, even in the chilliest climates. Plus, now you can bring your furry friends along for the ride with ease. And let's not forget the added bonus of increased carrying capacity for all of life's adventures. But most importantly, sidecars are just plain fun!
Tips for riding with a sidecar
As long as the sidecar is properly set up, you can cruise down the road with ease. When turning right, the sidecar may try to take flight, but don't panic. Just reduce your speed and lean into the turn. On the other hand, when turning left, you can pick up a bit more speed with the sidecar in tow. However, be careful not to push your luck. Aggressive braking or acceleration can cause the sidecar to lift off the ground. So, keep it steady and enjoy the ride!
How to install the sidecar
Embark on a thrilling journey with a sidecar motorcycle and don't be afraid to try something new! Our video shows you how easy it is to get started - watch now for some exciting possibilities.