Bosski RevArc Aluminum 2-Piece Motorcycle Loading System - 8' Long

Take the risk out of loading motocross bikes by yourself with this innovative RevArc 2-Piece Dirt Bike Loading System. The arched motocross bike loading ramp and folding trailer hitch steps make this the safest and easiest way to haul dirt bikes on your own. No more relying on others for help loading when you just want to ride!

  • Takes hassle out of loading dirt bikes alone
  • Ramp folds in half for compact storage
  • Steps fold for transport with tailgate up or down
  • Steps install on Class III and IV 2" trailer hitches
  • Includes safety strap
  • Ramp (only) covered by manufacturer’s limited lifetime warranty
$219.99
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Loading dirt bikes onto trucks and trailers just got more safe and efficient with this revolutionary one-person bike loading system. The RevArc motocross loading ramp kit takes the hassle out of transporting your bike alone, thanks to its patented folding trailer hitch steps. Simply push your bike up the motocross ramp while walking up the four sturdy steps onto the truck. Hauling dirt bikes doesn’t get any easier!

The RevArc Smart Steps install readily on Class III and IV 2" trailer hitches, self-adjust to the height of your tailgate, and conveniently fold to half their size for transport with the tailgate up or down. Constructed from the highest-quality steel, the folding trailer hitch steps can safely support up to 300 lbs. Weighing just 16 lbs, the TIG welded aluminum motocross ramp is arched to provide maximum ground clearance.

The RevArc dirt bike ramp’s rubber-coated support fingers grip the tailgate without scratching and the heavy-duty rungs provide superior traction in any condition. Covered by the manufacturer’s limited lifetime warranty, this 96-1/2" ramp can handle motocross and dirt bikes up to 500 lbs.

With the RevArc dirt bike loading ramp system, you no longer have to depend on anyone else to help you haul your dirt bike - giving you the freedom to get out and hit the trails any time you want!

Steps: 88" - Ramp: 96-1/2"
12"
Steps: 37" - Ramp: 49"
Steps: 12" - Ramp: 6-1/2"
Steps: 300 lbs - Ramp: 500 lbs
Steps: 31 lbs - Ramp: 16 lbs
12"

Product Features

Smart Steps Product Features:

  • Takes the hassle out of loading a dirt bike alone
  • Four large steps allow the dirt bike rider to walk easily into the truck bed while pushing the bike
  • Fits into the truck trailer hitch receiver
  • Self-adjusts to the pickup truck height
  • Folds for transport with the tailgate up or down
  • Strong steel construction
  • Supports up to 300 lbs
  • 6" (each)
  • Step Length is 10" (each)
  • Revarc Smart Steps also available separately

RevArc MX Ramp Product Features:

  • Arched design reduces the effort needed to load the bike
  • TIG welded aluminum is strong yet lightweight - weighing only 16 lbs
  • Rungs provide excellent traction, even when the dirt bike tires are muddy
  • Rubber coated gate grip won't scratch tailgate
  • Includes adjustable safety strap to secure ramp to truck
  • Compatible with any factory dirt bike weighing less than 500 lbs
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Revarc Motocross Ramp also available separately

Documents

Lifetime Limited Warranty
Smart Step Instruction Manual
Ramp Instruction Manual
RevArc MX Ramp Features

Resources

How To Choose a Motorcycle Ramp
How To Determine Proper Motorcycle Loading Ramp Length

Review Summary (Based on 1 Reviews)

Reviews

5 Stars Easy & Safe - great idea!

Lance M. from VA wrote (May 14, 2015):

I bought this because I like to ride alone and I have a lifted truck. Loading and unloading is much easier now. Pros: - 96 1/2" long ramp makes the loading angle lower than my old 6' ramp, easier to push bike up - great design as the steps feel the right distance apart - steps are steady on any flat surface - I leave the steps in the hitch when driving to and from track/trail, very convenient - ramp and steps fold up to a small profile and don't take up much garage space - this product makes sense for older riders, women riders, lifted trucks and anyone who doesn't feel safe using a toolbox or milk carton step to load Cons: - I wish the steps were aluminum, so they were a bit lighter, but I'm guessing they wouldn't be as strong then - I'd like the steps to come in another color option