About Country Trailers
When Ed decided to take up motorcycling, I did too. We always did everything as a family and the three of us couldn’t fit on one bike; so Ed and I participated in the beginner rider course at the area technical college and then purchased bikes. One day Ed decided we needed a trailer to pull behind his bike. And that’s how this all got started.
Ed had over 20 years experience in fabrication and this would be right up his alley. We started out in our two-story garage in Morrisonville, Wisconsin. Now, many years later, the business operates out of our shop at 231 N. Highway 51 in Arlington, WI 53911.
We had a “name that trailer” contest. The name that won was “The Breeze”. And that’s what our customers say; “it pulls like a breeze; you don’t even know it’s behind you”. We are really proud of our trailer. Ed has made many improvements over the years including an optional light bar. He also added a spoiler and extra brake light built into the lid. The trailer is very aerodynamic. It is designed in the front so that the exhaust from the bike does not circle back up to the passenger. The sides are designed to that the air will separate and go around the trailer. This feature will help stabilize the bike in a heavy crosswind. The frame is a full sturdy square tubing frame with a full 500-lb independent torsion suspension. The basic trailer comes in black or white. We also color-match. There are many options available also.
We have had many satisfied customers over the years; read about one of our endorsements ... Endorsement
After many years of success with the 'Breeze' we have decided to venture into another area of motorcycle trailers: a trailer for hauling your bike. The 'Breeze' is now offered by a friend, Curtis, out of Beloit, Wi (http://breezetrailers.com).
Our new trailer is an easy-load, hydraulic lift trailer for transporting your vehicle. Our advantage over other trailers is that the floor of the trailer is lowered to the ground, making it easier to load. Once the vehicle is on and strapped in, a hydraulic lift levels the trailer for transporting. This trailer is ideal for trikes, two-wheel motorcycles, ATV, 4-wheeler or other 'toys.' We are confident you will find it to be the easiest loading trailer you have seen. Please check out our videos and information our newest trailers (http://www.countrytrailers.net/hauler.php).
From our family to yours, Happy Trails,
Ed & Betty