Bike transport

Discussion in 'Australian Motorcycles' started by Fred Kroft, Jul 15, 2003.

  1. Fred Kroft

    Fred Kroft Guest

    I'm going to be moving to Adelaide in the next 2 months or so.

    I don't want to ride by bike down there (i've done the centre lots
    of times, and i would rather spend the k's on southern roads).

    I don't want to freight it down as bike will get damaged. Northline
    freight company up here smacked up my GSX250 eight years
    ago when I moved up here (it's typical of northern freight companies
    to badly handle freight). I would rather ride it down than use them.

    There is bike transportation by dealers... which is expensive. i may
    have to do with this option.

    the trains isn't available here yet.

    I'm transporting my furniture. Has anybody had any luck
    transporting their bike in the same truck as their furniture ?.

    Fred Kroft, Jul 15, 2003
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  2. Fred Kroft

    Johnnie5 Guest

    what you could do is get a crate and crate it
    then it could go in the truck with the furniture

    or just the base (skid) depending on how big the truck is
    as you will prob have to do it on the truck as its a bit hard
    to move a heavy bike without the forklift

    no damage then :)

    and would be a lot cheaper than getting it freighted separately
    Johnnie5, Jul 16, 2003
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  3. In on Wed, 16 Jul 2003 11:17:25 +1000

    I have moved bikes and furniture, and at the same time, with Curtis Bros
    Van Lines.

    Look 'em up in

    Zebee Johnstone, Jul 16, 2003
  4. I used Fergesson Racing last week to get Trike from Qld to Melbourne

    EXCELLENT, they also had a few bikes on the trailer and stuff.
    Biggus The Greatest, Jul 16, 2003
  5. ... delivered to a residential address in Cranbourne within a week

    Walking distance from here.
    Biggus The Greatest, Jul 16, 2003
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    Theo Bekkers Guest

    "Martin Taylor" wrote
    A 600 Pantah, been sitting out in the weather for 15 years. Don't think so.
    A long-term project for quiet evenings in Cranbourne.

    Theo Bekkers, Jul 17, 2003
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