I'm moving from Victoria to ACT next week and need to decide how I'm getting the bike up there (Honda CBR250R). My dad will be driving his car to transport most of my stuff. We need to work out whether I should just follow him and ride the motorbike, or if it's feasible to secure the bike on his trailer and have me ride in the car with him. I haven't done any long distance rides before, so riding the bike would add considerably to our travel time due to frequent rest stops, whereas both in the car we can just swap drivers and head straight from A to B with minimal disruptions. My dad and his partner reckon they can fit the bike on their trailer and tie it down. I'm not terribly confident that's a good idea though (my dad and his partner don't know anything about bikes- nor do I, really lol). It's a fairly small trailer, so may require turning the front wheel and/or placing the bike diagonally. What are people's thoughts on transporting a bike interstate with a trailer that's not designed for transporting a bike? We don't have any special equipment besides a bunch of ropes and carabiners. Can it be done? Is it a bad idea? Should I just ride the bike?