I love two wheels. It doesn't matter whether its a bicycle, or a moped or motorcycle. I love mopeds and the culture and moped rallies. It occurred to me that a sufficiently large enough motorcycle would have the power to pull (and stop!) a small trailer towing mopeds. I was surprised to find out I was right! The build is as follows: - Harbor Freight trailer, modded with two 6' lengths of aluminum C channel as a stable and lightweight spot for the mopeds to rest. Four very sturdy eyebolts on the corners of the trailer, bolted in with nylon locknuts. Tied with knotted ratchet straps, the bikes do not shift about on the trailer and mostly stay apart. - An overbuilt, homemade hitch bolted to the frame of a Kawasaki Concours 1000cc touring bike. Simple wiring hookup to the current tail, turn and brake wiring of the motorcycle. I was a little worried about the extra power needed for the additional trailer running lights but never had an issue in over 1000 miles of towing so far. Loaded properly (weight bias over the tongue) ,this build is very stable at highway speeds and with experience and handling practice, can be stopped quickly and safely as well. Expect to see it at future rallies. It is so much better than trying to stuff it into the trunk of a Subaru!