Hi friends, My issue today is how to transport bikes along when travelling on Thai road. After acquiring my second hand SUZUKI DRZ 400 S, I had the unpleasant surprise (in fact it should not have been a surprise) that the bike, as too long, could not fit at the rear of my TOYOTA Hi-Lux TIger four doors 4wd pick-up car... Even if with an appropriate ramp (I bought at DIRT SHOP in BKK) it is easy to load with the engine on in first gear and unload with an engaged gear, the bike is too long (I try it on an other car TOYOTA Hilux 2 doors and it fits). Thus I am hardly thinking about- going to see Josef in Udon to aquire a trailor but before that i would like to ask you if any of you has experiments with what we know in France as a MOTOTRACK, a kind of big U in tube in which you fix and lift the bike front wheel and which trows the bike runing on the rear wheel or other solutions which could be helpful In France this si very popular for light bikes, and for long distanceswe use to disassemble the chain. What about Thailand, what would you think about Thai Autorities reaction, open question ??? Thanks by advance for your comments and advises.