Do you hear the dirt bike track calling your name? Then get that motorcycle loaded up and head out! Specifically for dirt bikes, the Add-A-Bike Hauler is a lightweight aluminum carrier with easy one-way loading and unloading on an integrated ramp. What really makes the Add-A-Bike Hauler unique, though, are the options available for securing your dirt bike to the carrier. There's the patented pressure arm style or the dual foot peg model, both of which eliminate the need for tie down straps; or, if you prefer, the traditional tie down style is available, too.
The Add-A-Bike Hauler is designed to transport your dirt bike on the back of your vehicle without the use of a trailer. Multiple size and securing options available! Fits into 2" trailer hitch receivers!
The Add-A-Bike Hauler is a lightweight dirt bike carrier for transporting dirt bikes and motocross bikes on a 2" class III trailer hitch receiver! There are several models available with unique features making them stand out from other dirt bike carriers. The original Add-A-Bike features a patented vertical pressure post to secure your bike for transport without the need for tie down straps. There is a foot peg holder model which secures your bike via foot peg brackets. Also available is the Tie-Down model which eliminates the vertical posts and features tie down loops for securing your bike with tie down straps (not included). The foot peg models are the safest securing method and also eliminates bike shock compression. Spare tire models are available with a 6" longer main hitch tube. The distance from the hitch pin to the post is 15" on the spare tire models. The vertical pressure post and the foot peg holder posts are able to fold down for quick access to the rear of the vehicle. Both the vertical pressure post and the foot peg holders are adjustable to fit a wide variety of different dirt bike and motocross bike models. Each carrier includes a loading ramp which secures to the carrier when not in use during transportation. The loading ramp allows bikes to be loaded and unloaded from either side of the carrier so you don't have to walk your bike off the carrier backwards.