Motorcycle Shippers Launches New Transport Technology

Motorcycle Shippers Launches New Transport Technology

Author: Clint Lawrence

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CA (June 18, 2019)—Adaptive cruise control. Electric motorcycles. Tech-equipped helmets. With each passing day, advancements are transforming our motorcycles in ways unimaginable to riders of the past. Now, one company is applying that same innovation to help riders get their bikes from Point A to Point B faster and more safely than ever before.

Motorcycle Shippers’ Advanced Shipping System brings motorcycle shipping to a whole new level. Designed by riders for riders, the skid system provides unmatched safety for a wide range of motorcycles—from lightweight and extended-length models to customized rides.

“We’re not just another trucking company. Motorcycle shipping is all we do,” said Motorcycle Shippers CEO Clint Lawrence. “Our craft is constantly evolving to reflect the changes in design within the motorcycle industry.”

The Orange County-based company’s Advanced Shipping System represents a significant upgrade to its Perimeter of Protection® skid system, technology that has helped earn the trust of thousands of riders nationwide. Key features of the Advanced Shipping System include:

  • Customized secure ramps engineered for safe loading and unloading, delivering an unmatched Perimeter of Protection®
  • Soft Cinch® tie-downs that protect fragile areas on even the most fragile motorcycles
  • Four-corner straps that keep motorcycles secure from all angles
  • A steel-reinforced design stress-tested to ensure a motorcycle withstands any bumps, twists and turns the shipping process brings its way

Founded in 1994 as a subsidiary of JC Motors, Motorcycle Shippers is the original motorcycle shipping company born from the industry. The company is originator of the system that founded the nation’s largest motorcycle-equipped fleet. Providing quick, safe and affordable motorcycle transport to riders and businesses across the US.

Learn more at motorcycleshippers.com or by calling 800-730-3151.


Published Jun 25th, 2019

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