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B&W Biker Bar Motorcycle Tie-Down System for Trailers - Harley-Davidson Softail, Dyna, V-Rod

B&W Biker Bar Motorcycle Tie-Down System for Trailers - Harley-Davidson Softail, Dyna, V-Rod

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Secure your bike in your trailer quickly and easily with this clamping tie-down system. No straps or chocks needed. Just mount the clamping bar to your bike, drive over the trailer-mounted plate, and your motorcycle will automatically latch in place. Lowest Prices for the best tie down anchors from B and W. B&W Biker Bar Motorcycle Tie-Down System for Trailers - Harley-Davidson Softail, Dyna, V-Rod part number BWMC2302 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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B and W Tie Down Anchors - BWMC2302

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Secure your bike in your trailer quickly and easily with this clamping tie-down system. No straps or chocks needed. Just mount the clamping bar to your bike, drive over the trailer-mounted plate, and your motorcycle will automatically latch in place.


Features:

  • Motorcycle tie-down system secures your bike to your trailer
    • No straps or wheel chocks needed
  • Automatic-latching device is fast and secure
    • Bolt latching base plate to trailer floor
    • Mount clamping bar to bike
    • Drive bike onto trailer, over plate, and latch automatically engages to clamp around bar, holding bike in place
  • Neoprene-lined clamps on bar won't scratch finish
  • Motorcycle becomes extension of trailer's suspension for smoother ride
    • When bike's secured, its suspension remains slightly compressed for rigid stability and minimal stress on suspension components
  • Mounting hardware for base plate included
    • Drilling required to bolt plate to trailer floor
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Fits frame tube diameters between 1-1/4" - 1-3/8"
  • Fits frame width between 10" - 14"
  • Base dimensions: 25" long x 6-3/4" wide x 1/4" thick
  • Overall height: 5"
  • Limited lifetime warranty


Note: The Biker Bar is designed to secure a motorcycle that is pointed in the direction of travel only.


Biker Bar in use

With B&W's Biker Bar, it's never been easier to secure your motorcycle for travel. Just bolt the latching plate to the floor of your trailer, and clamp the included bar to your bike's frame. Once both components are appropriately mounted, simply drive your motorcycle onto your trailer, over the latching base plate, and the bar will automatically latch into the base. No straps or wheel chocks are needed.


Not only does this motorcycle tie-down system make it fast and easy to connect your bike to your trailer, but it also makes it safer and more secure. Because there are no tie-down straps, there are no buckles or hooks to rub against your bike, potentially scratching your paint or trim. And because the bar attaches to your motorcycle's frame, this system provides more stability than tie-downs alone. In fact, the Biker Bar system is designed not only to secure your bike, but also to create a natural ride for it during trailering. Once hooked up to the latching plate in your trailer, your motorcycle's suspension is effectively linked with the suspension system of the trailer, eliminating undo stress on your bike.


Installation

Installation of the Biker Bar is simple. The bar itself clamps to your bike's tubed frame as indicated in the instructions. Be sure to clear any potential obstacles, such as hydraulic lines or wiring harnesses, that could get caught between the clamps and the frame. The clamps on the bar are lined with neoprene to prevent scratches to your bike's frame.


Once you have the bar securely clamped to the frame of your bike, ride the bike onto the trailer to determine the location where you want the bike to attach. Mark that spot on the floor of your trailer so that you can bolt down the latching plate. You will have to drill into your trailer's floor to attach the plate.


The final setup step is to adjust the height of the latching base. Once the base is bolted to the trailer's floor, ride the bike over it until the bar is directly in front of the base. Measure the distance from the middle of the bar to the trailer's floor. Your bike's suspension must be slightly compressed while latched down to appropriately stabilize the bike during transport. So you must remain sitting on the motorcycle while taking this measurement. Once you have this measurement, remove the bar from the bike and place it in the latching base. Adjust the height of the base until the bar is the same distance from the floor as it was when on the motorcycle. The base adjusts in 1/4" increments, so the height may not be exact. As long as the bar is within 1/4" of your initial measurement, setup is complete.



MC2302 B and W Biker Bar Motorcycle to Trailer Mount for Harley-Davidson Softail, Dyna, V-Rod Bikes

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Video of B&W Biker Bar Motorcycle Tie-Down System for Trailers - Harley-Davidson Softail, Dyna, V-Rod

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for B and W Tie Down Anchors - Trailer Tie-Down Anchors - BWMC2302 Review

Today we're going to be reviewing part number BWMC2302, this is the B&W Biker Bar Motorcycle Tie-Down System for Trailers. This is designed to fit Harley Davidson Softail, Dyna, V-Rod and V-Rod Street motorcycles. The motorcycle tie-down system is going to secure your bike to your trailer, it's going to eliminate the need for straps or wheel chocks. It's got the automatic latching device that's very fast and secure, that's this system right here. One latching system located on each side of the base. The base is going to bolt to the trailer floor, the anchor plates are going to go on the underside of the trailer floor, and the bolt holes are going to line up with the bolt holes on the base and they're going to secure it with the included hardware. The clamp is going to mount to the frame of the bike. The instructions give detailed indicators of where the mount is, depending on what motorcycle you have.

Once you have this on your bike and you have this bolted on the floor of the trailer in the location that you desire. Then you can drive the bike under the trailer, drive over the plate, and the latch is going to automatically engage to clamp around the bar, holding the bike in place. I'll show you that real quick. Again if this is attached to your motorcycle, that's fully adjustable, all you got to do is loosen up one end to adjust the width of the frame for the clamps to secure to. Once you have that set, then all you have to do is tighten this side back up and that's going to grip around the frame, it's got the nice neo premium liners, so it's not going to scratch or damage the finish on your bike. Once you have this mounted, you just drive the motorcycle up into the frame of the base. The clamps are going to release down, it's going to hold the bar in place and you're going to be set to go.

Again as the neo premium line clamps that aren't going to scratch the finish. The motorcycle is going to become an extension of the trailer suspension for a smoother ride. When the bike is secured, its suspension remains slightly compressed for rigid stability and minimal stress on the suspension components. The mounting harbor for the base plate, those are going to be included, two bolts and two lock washers, now here on the anchor plate, it's also going to feature two additional bolt hole or screw hole locations, as we're going to measure it, 3/8 of an inch in diameter. This does require four additional screws or bolts that are needed to secure the anchor plates. Those are going to be sold separately. This system is designed for Harley Davidson Softail, Dyna, V-Rod and V-Rod Street motorcycles.

It's going to fit a frame tube diameter of an inch and a quarter to one and three-eights of an inch and a frame width of 10 inches to 14.5 inches. When we take a look at the base measurements, It's going to give us some overall length from end to end just measuring the base of 25 inches, it's going to give us a width from front to back of six and three quarters of an inch. The actual thickness of the base is going to give us some measurement of a quarter of an inch, for it take a measurement from the bottom of the base to the top of this portion here, it's going to give us a five inch height measurement. The mount holes located on each side are already pre-drilled to match the size of the bolt. Measuring center on center, they're going to be separate by a 23 and one quarter of an inch apart from one another. The anchor plate measurement that's going to give us a measurement of four inches by six inches and then center on center, those two holes are going to be separated by four and a half inches. Again those holes are going to give us a diameter of three-eights of an inch. Please keep in mind that the biker bar is designed to secure a motorcycle that has pointed in the direction of travel only.

Pretty simple installation as well. Again before I do that, I just want to show you few more additional features. Again it's very easy to get the bike, load it up, the clamping bar is going to go around the frame of the bike once you have it all set, simply just drive it in and it's going to latch into place, pretty much this whole thing comes fully assembles straight out of the box, all you have to do is secure it to the floor of your trailer and get everything tight and secure, attach this portion here to your motorcycle, and then you're going to be ready to load it right away. The installation of the biker bar again is very quick and easy, the bar itself, this portion here is going to clamp to the motorcycle's tube frame as indicated in the instructions. You want to be sure to clear any potential obstacles such as hydraulic lines, wiring harnesses, things like that, that could easily get caught between the clamps and the frame. These clamps are designed for a nice clean contact with the frame of the motorcycle. Once you have the bar securely clamped to the frame of your bike, all you have to do is ride the bike onto the trailer to determine the mounting location of where you want to mount the base. That's going to be the same location of where you want the bike to attach. You're going to mark that spot on the floor of your trailer so that you can bolt down the latching plate. You can use the latching plate as a template, mark out the holes through the pre-drilled holes in the base. After you get the spot marked on the floor of the trailer, then you can bolt down the latching plate once you have the holes pre-drilled. Now if your trailer bed is diamond plated or other metal construction. It is recommended that a three quarter inch layer of plywood be installed under the area where the biker bar base will be bolted. That's just going to allow a snug fit and a better installation of the base against the trailer floor. Each anchor plate will be installed under the trailer with the weld nut turned toward the ground. It's going to be just like this, then you can fasten each anchor plate to the trailer using wood screws, again this is going to measure three-eights seven inch in diameter so keep that in mind when choosing the correct size hardware. You can use wood screws or bolts depending on the bed type or the bed style and design of your trailer. The final step is to adjust the height of the latching base, now this is a really neat feature of this system. You can see here that each side is going to feature two bolts and there's going to be four holes per bolt, those are going to allow the height to increase or decrease in quarter inch increments. Once the base is bolted to the trailer's floor, all you have to do is ride the bike over it until the bar is directly in front of the base. The bar will not be installed in the base yet. It's still installed on the bike, measure the distance from the middle of the bar to the trailer's floor, your bike's suspension must be slightly compressed while latched down to appropriately stabilize the bike during transport. Easiest way to do that is to go ahead and remain sitting on the motorcycle while taking that measurement. Once you have the measurement, remove the bar from the bike and place it into the latching base just like I have it shown here. Then you can adjust the height of the base again two bolts on each side, quarter inch increments. You can adjust the bolts on each side until the bar is the same distance from the floor as it was when it was installed on the motorcycle. Again the base will adjust in increments of one inch or a quarter of an inch, I'm sorry. The base adjusts in quarter inch increments so the height may not be exact but as long as you have the draw bar within a quarter inch of your initial measurement, then your setup is going to be complete, you're ready to load everything up and get the bike secured in the trailer or on the trailer and head down the road. That's going to do it for our review of part number BWMC2302, this is the B&W Biker Bar Motorcycle Tie-Down System for Trailers. .


Customer Reviews

B&W Biker Bar Motorcycle Tie-Down System for Trailers - Harley-Davidson Softail, Dyna, V-Rod - BWMC2302

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (73 Customer Reviews)

Secure your bike in your trailer quickly and easily with this clamping tie-down system. No straps or chocks needed. Just mount the clamping bar to your bike, drive over the trailer-mounted plate, and your motorcycle will automatically latch in place.

- BWMC2302
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I bought three of these to use on a open car hauler type trailer I had made to trailer my three Harleys, two Wide Glides & a Road Glide Ultra. The trailer is 20' long which includes a 30" dovetail. It has two 3500 lb axels and is 82" wide inside fender to fender. The Biker Bar performs as advertised. No need for tie down straps. I trailered these bikes 900 miles from Missouri to Colorado and back, along I-70. I-70 in spots, especially going through Denver can be pretty rough. Lots of dips and bumps across all the overpasses. The Biker Bar held the bikes great with no problems. I used some cheap wheel chocks from Harbor Freight on the front wheels to keep the front wheel from flopping, but found out they were not really necessary when the Biker Bar is adjusted properly. Will not use them on the next trip. The Biker Bar is easy to install, just read the instructions and watch the video etrailer provides. B&W you could make the install a one man job if you provided a 3/16" dia hole in the plates that mount under the trailer. This would allow you to use a temporary screw to hold the plate in place while you drill the holes for two permanent bolts. I used a drywall screw and a fender washer to hold the plate in place. Also the two 5/8" dia bolts that hold the Main plate, are not long enough to go through a 1-1/2" board. I had to buy new bolts an inch longer. Other than that, I really am pleased with the "Biker Bar". 429006


Comments
Love these things! Recently bought some extra mounting plates for a single bike Aluma MC10 Trailer, so I could transfer the Biker Bar to it if I wanted. Works great!
Tom F - 09/02/2018

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- BWMC2302
by:

Best damn motorcycle mount HANDS DOWN!!! Yes it’s expensive. But ask yourself, why would you tie down a 20/30k bike with a ten dollar strap. I hauled three bikes in an enclosed trailer 1100 miles and they didn’t move at all. Great product. You won’t be disappointed. 602963



- BWMC2302
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This is by far the absolute best way to load your bike on a trailer!!! As a single woman I needed a way to be able to load my bike without having to have someone hold the bike… You literally drive into your trailer lock it in with one twist and you’re loaded! Everyone sees this once I know what it is and where I got it and I tell themas a single woman I needed a way to be able to load my bike without having to have someone hold the bike… You literally drive into your trailer lock it in with one twist and you’re loaded! It’s expensive but well well well worth it 716611



- BWMC2302
by:

These are the best! No straps, no mess, and ultimate security for transporting your bikes. No more problems with anything bouncing or coming loose and they are easy to use. 690006



- BWMC2302
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Service was spot on received on time great product 672883



- BWMC2302
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Great product, don’t let straps cause you to spend money repairing your bike like we did, spend the money on this and know when you get to your destination your bikes are still standing. The roads around construction site and in the nort are terrible, we pull with motor home and magnifies the bounce. 664266



- BWMC2302
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Product works as advertised, great clean and secure solution. Highly recommended!! 636885



- BWMC2302
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i bought 2 of these for my Honda Fury and Yamaha Roadliner as they both fit the frame. The Fury goes on with no problems. The Roadliner the kickstand doesn't go all the way up. After reading the instructions BikerBar states that this may happen, even with a HD. I used the BikerBar for the Yamaha and went over 2,800 miles … from LI to Key Largo and back. BUT I did not use just the BikerBar. I also used straps to secure the bike as I didn't feel 100% knowing how bad the roads and traffic can be particularly here in the Northeast. I do like how they hold the bike in an upright position, but im not sure I would solely trust just the BikerBar to hold the bike. It took only a couple more minutes and a couple of straps to put my mind at ease. 634259



- BWMC2302
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Just finished a trip to Maine using the biker bar. I love the way it you just drive the bike into it and your bike is essentially secure. I say essentially because on my old bike there is always going to be oil on the frame and tightening the bar sufficiently to keep it from sliding fore & aft is difficult with the short tightening handle. I almost messed up some wires that ran along the frame during my initial install & set up as the bar slid aft. Even with my oily frame it works rock solid at keeping the bike from leaning left or right. I threw 1 'Shockstrap' from etrailer to the back to the trailer just to ensure there would be no movement in the event of heavy braking. My buddy used 4-point strap method. It took him a lot of time to get his bike adjusted correctly and then he was re-adjusting them every time we stopped. The Biker Bar makes it easy to load and saves time! 547478



- BWMC2302
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These things are the bomb! Rock Solid and Saves time and don't have to spiderweb the tie downs so I can walk around the bikes. 502600



- BWMC2302
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This is so neat and works like a charm. No need for a bunch of straps . Locks the bike down secure with room to move around it inside the trailer . Definitely recommend this product. 392626



- BWMC2302
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Solid build.......but doesn't adjust low enough for soft tail deluxe. 258317



- BWMC2301
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Review from a similar B and W Biker Bar in Tie Down Anchors


These are the best! No straps, no mess, and ultimate security for transporting your bikes. No more problems with anything bouncing or coming loose and they are easy to use. 683827



- BWMC2301
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Review from a similar B and W Biker Bar in Tie Down Anchors


I was a little leery a first. I held my 2017 ultra with no problems on a 1600 mile trip. it is an amazing system. 572405



- BWMC2301
by:

Review from a similar B and W Biker Bar in Tie Down Anchors


Absolutely love you it, I don’t need to use tie down straps anymore, just mount the bar under the bike drive it in and lock it in and on my way. I driven back and forth to Florida twice for bike October fest and last March for bike week, the bike didn’t move an inch. I would recommend this to anyone that wants to buy best thing ever 683207



- BWMC2301
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Review from a similar B and W Biker Bar in Tie Down Anchors


The product came with clear instructions and it is made of quality material. The install took about 30 minutes and the bike rolled in and locked just as advertised. My 2006 Street glide is in the trailer and test tow showed no movement. Other systems allow your rear wheel to bounce and move side to side, this will not. I like it. 500238



- BWMC2303
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Review from a similar B and W Biker Bar in Tie Down Anchors


Etrailer is great. I installed 2 biker bars this evening in a enclosed trailer. Installation was easy and they work great. 524689


Comments
Works great. Well worth the money. First trip with them in use 4,300 miles no problems at all. The best way to secure bikes when on or in a trailer.
Michael - 06/20/2019

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- BWMC2301
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Review from a similar B and W Biker Bar in Tie Down Anchors


I bought this for my 2015 street glide. Its simple to install and works perfectly. I have made 2 seperate 1000 mile round trips and no issues. Rugged and sturdy. Beats using straps for sure. Saves your paint from strap flappin or any other issues. People see it and think its the coolest thing ever when i stop for gas. 604583



- BWMC2301
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Review from a similar B and W Biker Bar in Tie Down Anchors


I have a brand new Harley CVO and bought a new trailer to haul it to the mountains on the West Coast. I needed to install "D" rings for tie-downs, or get the Biker Bar. I opted for the Biker Bar and it has proven to be a fantastic decision. The ease of loading and unloading the bike makes it a joy to trailer. It is stable and secure (my bike weighs 960lbs). I have been recommending it to my friends ever since the 1st 5000 mile road trip. I am a research scientist for 3M, so you can believe that I had reservations, but they have all evaporated with use. Outstanding product. Well designed, produced and executed. 611051



- BWMC2301
by:

Review from a similar B and W Biker Bar in Tie Down Anchors


I wish I had known about this awesome product years ago! Easy to install and use. 203098


Comments
Fantastic protect!! Have over 1500 miles trailering my bike and not a move after stopping each time!
-- comment by: Jim - 10/29/2015

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Still like this Bike transport device very much, works great and very easy to load and load. I always recommend the Biker Bar to everyone with a motorcycle.
Mike S - 06/12/2016

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- BWMC2301
by:

Review from a similar B and W Biker Bar in Tie Down Anchors


We had to modify our trailer because we haul 2 bikes. Once that was done it was just a matter of driving onto trailer and it latches and your ready to go! We trailer our bikes to the mountains going around curves not once did the bike lean. In the past we've had straps to break. Wish we had found out this before. Would definitely recommend......We were unsure about the installation and called eTrailer, they were more than happy to answer our question. And told us to call back if we had any more concerns. 391885



- BWMC2301
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Review from a similar B and W Biker Bar in Tie Down Anchors


Let me keep this short, I installed the BWMC2301 hitch in my 2014, 16 foot trailer. this is where it get's good. I rear ended a line of stopped cars on Interstate I - 10 East leaving Pensacola FL. I was driving a 2003 Chevy dually towing the trailer with my 2016 H-D Street Glide inside. Traveling at 45 miles an hour and coming to a dead stop was not on my list of things to do that day. I totaled the first car, The second car had a smashed in rear end as so did the car in front of it. I am here to tell you that my bike did not move an inch. If I had been using my bike tie downs that bike would have launched it's self into the back of my truck, This product is top notch and easy to use. Highly recommended! Stitch 527632



- BWMC2301
by:

Review from a similar B and W Biker Bar in Tie Down Anchors


Bike rode in the trailer for 3200 miles, Maine to Florida and back, barely moved. Fantastic product, worth every penny. 602639



- BWMC2301
by:

Review from a similar B and W Biker Bar in Tie Down Anchors


Great Product. I did a lot of research before I bought this biker bar and I have to say it's even better than I expected it to be. Very strong and very well build. 315815



- BWMC2301
by:

Review from a similar B and W Biker Bar in Tie Down Anchors


Best way to secure your bike out there I love the design it's quick and easy to load and unload. I've had it a year trailered my bike several times and I no longer worry as I know it's secure. 605818


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    The B&W Biker Bar # BWMC2302 was designed to be used with a softail like your 2012 Blackline FXSB. To make absolutely certain it will fit your bike, you can take some measurements. The # BWMC2302 will fit frame tube diameters that are between 1-1/4" - 1-3/8" and frame widths between 10" and 14". I've added a link to a video review of this product for you to take a look at.
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  • Which B&W Biker Bar Motorcycle Tie-Down System Fits 2003 Harley Fat Boy
    For a 2003 Harley Davidson Fat Boy the correct B&W Biker Bar Motorcycle Tie-Down System is the part # BWMC2302. The manufacturer does not offer a Biker Bar designed for a Honda Goldwing though.
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  • Will B&W Biker Bar Motorcycle Tie-Down Systems Work if Both Bike Tires are Flat
    The B&W Biker Bar Motorcycle Tie-Down Systems such as # BWMC2302 are designed at a specific height to attach to the frame of the bikes they were made for. Flat tires would make the bike lower and cause it not to fit the Bike Bar properly. You would need to air up the tires or place boards or something under the tires so the bike sits up at the proper height. You would want the boards to be secured to the trailer floor as well to avoid slipping in transit.
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  • Can the B&W Biker Bar be Mounted on an Open Trailer
    Yes, the B&W Biker Bar Tie-Down System Base with Anchor Plates, # BWMC2300, can be mounted and used on an open trailer. The base plate's dimensions are 25 inches long x 6-3/4 inches wide. This product is not the complete Biker Bar unit. The # BWMC2300 is only the mounting plate. The complete units are, # BWMC2301 for Harley-Davidson Touring models, # BWMC2302 for H-D Softail, Dyna, and V-Rod models, # BWMC2303 for the H-D Sportster, and # BWMC2304 for H-D with 1-1/2 inch custom...
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  • B&W Biker Bars for Harley Davidson Ultra and Heritage Motorcycles
    The two Ultras that you have will work with Biker Bar # BWMC2301. The Heritage models though will not and would require # BWMC2302. There isn't a Biker Bar that is compatible with all 4 of those models.
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  • Available Motorcycle Transport Products for Hitch and Trailer Use for Honda Motorcycle
    B&W makes their unique Biker Bar motorcycle transport systems, items # BWMC2301, # BWMC2302, # BWMC2303 and # BWMC2304, only for the Harley-Davidson line. No such items for Honda bikes are available from B&W. On the linked pages you can see the hitch-mount motorcycle carriers we offer as well as our range of trailer-mounted wheel chocks like the MaxxTow Adjustable Self-Locking Wheel Chock for 15 to 22-inch Wheels, part # MT70271.
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  • Which B&W Biker Bar Will Be the Correct Fitting for a 2010 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy Lo FLSTFB
    For your 2010 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy Lo FLSTFB bike, the B&W Biker Bar Motorcycle Tie-Down System, # BWMC2302, will work well for this bike. The Biker Bar will fit up against the frame tubes of your Fat Boy to secure the bike on a open or enclosed trailer. This bar will fit all years of the Harley-Davidson FTSLT. There will be no interference between the frame and the bar that will not allow you to mount the bar to your bike.
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  • Does B&W Biker Bar Motorcycle Tie-Down System Work With BMW Bikes?
    We can offer you a way to transport your BMW bike, but the B&W Biker Bar Motorcycle Tie-Down Systems (# BWMC2301, # BWMC2302 and # BWMC2303) are designed to fit Harley-Davidson motorcycle frames. Since you always transport, I recommend the CE Smith Motorcycle Rail, # CE26110PG, which will create a platform with two-inch sidewalls for your motorcycle. You would still need to use Ratcheting Motorcycle Tie-Down Straps, # EM05710 to secure the bike. To make loading your motorcycle onto your...
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  • B and W Biker Bar Harley Davidson Tie Down System for Trailer Recommendation
    The bases of the Bike Bars like the part # BWMC2301 that you referenced are universal. They are height adjustable so although any of your bikes with the appropriate bar installed on it would technically fit the height difference might prevent this. For your touring bikes you would want the # BWMC2301 that you referenced and for the Softail you would want the # BWMC2302. No other straps are needed to secure the bike or the front wheel so all you would need is the correct Biker Bar...
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  • Tie Down to Secure a 1997 Harley Davidson DynaGlide to a Trailer
    The B&W Biker Bar # BWMC2301 is for the larger touring bikes. For your DynaGlide you would use # BWMC2302. I have linked the instructions and video reviews for both Bike Bars for you.
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  • Biker Bar For The B&W Motorcycle Tie-Down System for Trailers
    The B&W Biker Bar Motorcycle Tie-Down System # BWMC2300, just includes the base and anchor plates. That biker bar that attaches to the bikes is item # BWMC2302B. We also have a biker bar that fits Harley-Davidson Touring style motorcycles # BWMC2301B. For the complete system that has the biker bar, base and anchor plates, I recommend B&W Biker Bar Motorcycle Tie-Down System for Trailers - Harley-Davidson Softail, Dyna, V-Rod Item # BWMC2302. The Biker Bar System for Harley-Davidson...
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  • B&W Biker Bar Motorcycle Transport System for 2017 Harley Davidson CVO Pro Street Breakout
    I checked directly with B&W concerning a Biker Bar transport system for your 2017 Harley Davidson CVO Pro Street Breakout V-Twin and they have no fit at this time. The current Biker Bar models are made for the more widely-sold bikes: # BWMC2301 works for touring bikes # BWMC2302 works for Softail, Dyna and V-Rod models # BWMC2303 works for Sporties
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  • What Motorcycle Frame Tube and Frame Width Do the B&W Biker Bar Motorcycle Tie-Down System Fit
    The B&W Biker Bar Motorcycle Tie-Down Systems we carry are only designed to fit certain models of Harley-Davidson and have not been tested for other bikes like your Kawasaki Vulcans. It is possible they can work with your bikes if they have double tubes but you will need to know a couple of dimensions, the frame tube diameters and the frame width. The B&W Biker Bar Motorcycle Tie-Down System for Trailers - Harley-Davidson Touring # BWMC2301 requires a frame tube diameter of 1-1/8"...
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  • Recommended Trailer Suspension And Axles Along With B&W Biker Bar For Motorcycle Trailer Build
    Being a Harley guy myself, I understand your concern and appreciate your question on ride. The torsion axles won't necessarily give you a softer ride as a lot of the ride is dependent on the complete system. The torsion axles basically have the suspension integrated but are not adjustable. The leaf spring suspension gives you that adjustability and there are even suspension dampening equalizers available like the E-Z Flex Heavy Duty Rubber Suspension System by Dexter Axle - 5-5/8" Equalizers...
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  • Will The B&W Biker Bar Motorcycle Tie-Down System Work For A 2016 Harley Davidson Fat Boy
    That will depend on which model B&W Biker Bar Motorcycle Tie-Down System you have installed on the trailer. The # BWMC2301 will only work with touring bikes and the 2016 Fat Boy would be considered a softail and needs the # BWMC2302. You can purchase just the bar # BWMC2302B and it will work with the mount that is already on your trailer per B&W. The bracket is the same on all of the Biker Bars.
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