This folding aluminum ramp is a low-priced, no-hassle solution for loading and unloading your lightweight motocross and dirt bikes. Combining strength and portability, this mighty 82" long ramp can support up to 400 lbs but weighs a mere 8 lbs! Thanks to its compact folding design and convenient carrying handle, this dirt bike ramp is perfect for storing behind the seat in your pickup. You never know when you’ll need a lightweight folding ramp!
Single runner ramp for loading dirt bikes up to 400 lbs
Folds in half, clasps shut, and has carrying handle for easy transport
This folding bike ramp is a compact and inexpensive aluminum ramp you can keep in your truck’s cab so it's there whenever you need it. When folded, this remarkable 8-lb ramp measures 6" wide, 41" long, and 4-3/8" thick - the perfect size to keep stored safely behind the seat in your truck. Constructed from lightweight rust-resistant aluminum, this motocross bike ramp clasps shut and has an attached handle so it’s a cinch to take anywhere.
This aluminum motocross folding ramp is designed with raised sides to help prevent the tires from slipping off the ramp. A solid plate-style attaching lip provides a significant contact surface with the tailgate for maximum stability, and an included safety strap secures the 82" long ramp to your truck. The dirt bike ramp can safely hold up to 400 lbs and comes with a one-year manufacturer’s warranty.
Loading a motorcycle with at least two people is always recommended for single-runner ramps. These single ramps are not intended for riding your bike up because they are not wide enough to put your feet down when loading and unloading. Add our Folding Hitch Step to your order if you plan to use your aluminum folding ramp for one-person dirt bike loading.
Not for use with street bikes or cruisers - for loading dirt bikes only.
Loading a motorcycle with at least two people is always recommended for single runner ramps. These single ramps are not recommended for riding your motorcycle up because they are not wide enough to put your feet down when loading and unloading. Not for use with street bikes - for loading dirt bikes only.