Now you can safely and inexpensively transport your scooter or dirt bike with our MX-600X hitch mounted carrier. Made from high strength steel, this carrier easily attaches to a Class III or IV 2" hitch receiver. This carrier includes an easy to use 5' long loading ramp which stores on the carrier when not in use. Includes a free reverse anti-tilt device to keep the carrier stable.
Made from high strength black powder coated steel
Includes 5' detachable loading ramp
Track is 74-3/4"L - perfect for scooters and dirt bikes
Finally, an inexpensive solution for transporting scooters and dirt bikes is available. The MX-600X carrier allows you to transport a 600 lb or less moto-x bike or moped/scooter. Features such as a removable 5 foot ramp and tie-down loops are only a few to mention along with an unbeatable price - see below for more details!
Transport a dirt bike or scooter via receiver hitch with the MX-600X hitch carrier. The new MX-600X has a high-strength steel frame with steel components that are easily bolted together (assembly required). Simply slide the MX-600X carrier into your Class III or IV receiver and secure it to the hitch tube using the included pinch bolt and reverse anti-tilt device. Tighten up the left-over slack with the pinch bolt that presses the carrier tube against the receiver tube on your vehicle. The reverse anti-tilt device keeps the loaded carrier from tilting back and forth and putting stress on the hitch tube.
Loading your scooter or dirt bike onto the MX-600X hitch carrier is a snap with the included 5 foot long ramp. Rest the ramp at the end of the carrier to load your ride, and when traveling, keep the ramp bolted onto the carrier frame for better access to it later. The adjustable wheel space on the hitch carrier frame can accommodate many tire sizes. The 5-1/2" wide track is not adjustable width-wise, but pull a couple metal rods, and the MX-600X can adjust for larger or smaller diameter wheels. Once loaded with the front wheel seated correctly, the final step of tying down your dirt bike or scooter can be done. A single tie-down loop on either side of the MX-600X track aid in securing your machine for travel and transport.
4 StarsExcellent ramp but with some minor manufacturing issues!
James from NC wrote (May 06, 2015):
Excellent ramp for the money. Very solid and easy to assemble. Only issue was the ramp bolts with the wing nuts did not align and I had to drill a second hole 1 inch next to factory hole in order to install the removable ramp. In addition, the second hole on the hitch and receiver for the bolt did not align so you either have to use the bolt hole method or the hitch pin method to secure to the hitch. Overall though this is a excellent carrier for the money and I would buy it again without a doubt. DiscountRamps.Com was easy to do business with fair prices and very quick shipping. You can't go wrong with this carrier/ramp and DiscountRamps.Com!
5 StarsMX600 motorcycle carrier
Gail from NY wrote (January 26, 2015):
I liked that it was easy to assemble and that it has a ramp for my scooter.
And I like the videos of how to correctly use the equipment,detailed and understandable.
5 Starsscooter hauler
bob from MO wrote (September 28, 2014):
easy to install, great price.
4 StarsWorks great with a 2010 KLR650
Colonel from CO wrote (August 04, 2014):
I bought this expecting it to perhaps not even work with my 2010 KLR650. First of all when I ordered online the sales rep was really accommodating and even gave me a military discount. Then the ramp was delivered within 3 business days. I ordered on Wednesday afternoon and it was at my door on Monday. It was pretty heavy when I got it in the mail which is great for durability but perhaps the only thing that brings it down because it makes it a little difficult to mount and dismount. The assembly was fairly easy especially if you watch the video on YouTube that seems to be produced by the company who makes these.
My 2010 KLR650 weighs around 430lbs and I was able to figure out a way to load it by myself. I do have to rest the motorcycle against the truck though for a minute, but I just put a towel or t-shirt between so I don’t scratch the truck. I drive a 2004 Tundra and I handles this no problem, although I do have air bags under the rear springs. Between the ramp and the bike there’s about 500lbs of weig