Confidently load your motorcycle onto any trailer or pickup truck with this lightweight, aircraft-quality aluminum ramp. The generous, 40"-wide platform offers plenty of space to put your feet down while backing your bike down the ramp, while the serrated crossbars provide greater traction for additional safety. Available in 84" and 95" lengths, this non-folding, arched ramp stores easily in a standard 8' truck bed with the tailgate closed.
Full-width 40" ramp for one-person loading
Lightweight, rust-proof aluminum construction
Three ramp sections can be stacked for compact storage and used separately
Arched design for better clearance
High-traction serrated crossbars and raised side rails for safe loading
Includes three 1,500-lb capacity cam buckle safety straps
Available in 84" or 95" lengths
1,500-lb capacity center section and two 600-lb capacity side sections
For the ultimate in safety, look no further than this lightweight, non-folding aluminum ramp next time you need to transport your motorcycle on your own. Constructed of three heavy-duty sections, this versatile ramp is available in 84" and 95" lengths to accommodate loading a wide range of motorcycles, ATVs, UTVs, and other 4-wheeled vehicles onto trailers or pickup trucks of various sizes.
With a 1,500-lb capacity center section and two 1,200-lb capacity side sections, this high-quality aluminum ramp provides plenty of strength to handle your most heavy-duty hauling. Additionally, the three sturdy ramp sections can be stacked together to a height of 8.5" and a width of 16", making it fit easily in the back of your pickup truck along with your bike. We also offer folding motorcycle ramps for more compact storage solutions.
Each: 4" Two Ramps Stacked: 6" Three Ramps Stacked: 8-1/2"
I needed a light weight ramp for my motorcycle trailer and the advertised load rating and width seemed perfect. The center ramp seems very rigid and strong and will no doubt, handle the loading of my street bikes but the outside ramps seem flimsy and just able to support my 175lbs when I walk on them. The side ramps lack strengthening bars that are welded under the center ramp. Something done to save a couple bucks in cost no doubt. The ramp will work fine for it's intended purpose but at $250 plus shipping it's over priced I think. The straps provided are of very poor quality and I will replace them with some ratcheting straps for stabilizing the ramps.