We have had TI's now for over 4 yrs and use the heck out of them, we are out every weekend somewhere kayaking or sailing our TI every single weekend all year round. When traveling with our camper (which uses the trailer hitch) we car top the TI, the rest of the time the TI just lives on our modified Harbor Freight trailer which I bought for $140 bucks at Harbor Freight and modified to use with the TI (added some PVC piping to slide and store the boat on, and added some aluminum to extend the trailer, I did all the work in one weekend, and have had the trailer now for over a year with no major issues. When we are launching someplace where I can't back up to the water it's pretty easy to just unhook the trailer from the car and walk it down to the water to launch. I see a lot of TI owners doing this at the local park were many of us launch. There is a nice beach area that we can launch at but it is right next door to the Sarasota Sailing squadron, and on many weekends there can be hundreds of small sail boats trying to launch from there at any given time, so when crowded, most of us unhook our boats from the car in the parking lot then either roll it down to the water on the scupper cart (a few hundred feet), or take it down by hand on the trailer, walking the trailer down to the shore. What I do with the trailer to make it easer to walk with is I load everything onto the boat (coolers, Mirage drives, sails, kitchen sink, etc) then slide the boat back on the trailer so the balance point is neutral (over the axles). This makes walking the boat anywhere you like and any distance way more pleasurable. Because the trailer is only around 140 lbs (will be much lighter once I convert all the old steel frame to aluminum, as it rusts away). I can roll the boat plus trailer over a fairly soft sand beach and deliver it to the water (the beaches here are typically very large and it can be 1/4 to 1/2 mile hike across super soft white sand (same consistency as sugar).
We have owned several Revolutions and an Oasis, we find the TI (as a kayak) no more difficult to load and launch from the cartop than the Oasis was (it's actually a little easier), and you will find the TI to be much faster as a kayak than your Revolution, even with two people on board, and only one pedaling (as in my case my wife only pretends to pedal, (LOL)). Plus the TI has plenty of storage and a huge rear deck so it is actually pretty easy to kayak rivers, etc in kayak only mode with two adults and a child on the rear deck, plus any equipment like coolers, tents, etc (the thing is extremely versatile).
I am not a big guy at all and am in my 60's and have always load/unload, setup and launched all the kayaks all by myself (sometimes as many as 3), pretty much every weekend, and when down in the keys we try to go out every day when we can down there. Our kayaks have lived on top of the car for as long as 2-3 months at times when we travel.
Here is our TI all set and ready to go on the roof of our SUV, ready to go to our other house in Key West. Rolling the boat to the water on the scupper cart is no more difficult than it is with you revo. What we do to make it a little easier is we remove the AMA's when transporting on the scupper cart any distance, and carry them separately (makes all the difference in the world).
When car topping, it takes me around 30 minutes to get the boats off the car, get everything out of the car and set it all up on the boat (seats, AKA bars, AMA's, tramps, etc), actually getting the boat off or back onto the car only takes 5 minutes, it's installing everything that takes the time.
Here is a video of me setting up our TI, it takes under 15 minutes to setup completely from the trailer to launch onto the water, my TI has a ton of extra sails and crap, that you won't be using (mine is specially hardened for far offshore use (we are scuba divers)), you won't need all that crap. Most guys are setup and on the water in about 5 minutes with a stock TI when launching from a trailer.
We used to be powerboater, but these days who in the heck can afford to do that. In my opinion the TI is the perfect family boat for this generation, there is literally nothing you can't use the boat for.
Here is my favorite TI video showing a family of 6 out for the day (wish we had something like this when my kids were small)
Hobie totally invented a whole new class of family boat with these boats, that will have a significant impact on generations to come in my opinion. Best yet we just store ours in our garage, it costs nothing to operate and store (powerboat storage down here is $350/month), with gas at marinas costing $4.50 per gallon not many can even afford to take their powerboats out anymore.
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