Aluminum Non-Folding Straight Single Runner Motocross Dirt Bike Ramp - 6'4" Long
Aluminum Folding Motocross Ramp
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1 Year Warranty

Load your motocross and dirt bikes quickly and confidently with this Single-Piece Aluminum Non-Folding Motocross Ramp. The lightweight 6-lb dirt bike ramp supports up to 400 lbs, and its high-quality aluminum construction will never rust. This motocross bike ramp is a snap to set up, thanks to its sturdy non-folding design.

  • Lightweight aluminum construction won't rust
  • 76"L x 6"W x 1-3/4"H
  • 400-lb weight capacity
  • Solid plate lip secures ramp to loading surface
  • Raised sides guide bike up ramp
  • Includes adjustable safety strap
  • Weighs only 6 lbs

This lightweight aluminum bike ramp is an inexpensive solution for transporting your dirt bikes and motocross bikes weighing less than 400 lbs. With no hinges or moving parts, the aluminum motocross ramp sets up in no time at all. Simply lay the solid plate attaching lip on your tailgate or trailer and secure the included cam buckle strap to keep the ramp in place.

Raised sides prevent your bike from slipping as you wheel it up the ramp. The 76" long dirt bike ramp is constructed from rust-resistant, aircraft-grade aluminum and comes with a one-year manufacturer’s warranty.

Loading a motocross bike 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.

*NOT for use with street bikes - for loading dirt bikes only*

400 lbs
6 lbs

Warning and Usage Guidelines

NOT for use with street bikes - for loading dirt bikes only.


Instruction Manual


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Review Summary (Based on 1 Reviews)


5 Stars Simple solution for dirt bike

Stephen from KY wrote (June 20, 2015):

Inexpensive, solid, easy to store right in the truck bed... This ramp is perfect for me, my 2000 Tundra, and my 1996 Honda XR400r. Simply lie it down on the truck tailgate, hook the safety strap to the ramp and the towing hitch or whatever the poweder coated S hook will fit on, walk the bike up the ramp and strap her down. Unhook the ramp safety strap, slide the ramp into the truck and hit the road. Solid aluminum so it's SUPER light. It has round holes drilled thru from the bottom to the top for the bike to get traction and easily walk up and into her slot on the truck. Couldn't be happier with this simple solution. The weld on the ramp/lip is solid. I expect no issues with the product.