Stop struggling with bulky ramps!
From wheelchairs and home maintenance gear to motorcycles and power scooters, the one-of-a-kind Roll-A-Ramp portable ramp system can handle any job. Its unique roll-and-go design makes it the ideal choice when convenience, storage, and transportability are key concerns. These handy loading ramps are available in 26", 30", and 36" widths and can be customized to any length.
Combining strength and flexibility like no other portable ramp on the market, the revolutionary Roll-A-Ramp’s award-winning design makes it the ultimate choice for portability, durability, and convenience!
Setting up and taking down your lightweight aluminum Roll-A-Ramp takes just seconds. Simply lay the rolled-up ramp on its side, remove the strap, and unroll the ramp to its full length before putting it in place. To roll up your ramp, reverse the process, snap on the strap, and go. The handy strap doubles as a carrying handle, so you can easily take your roll-up ramp anywhere.
A robust line of optional accessories and extensions means this unique roll-up ramp system can be adjusted and reconfigured to meet your exact needs. 1' Extension links can be added to any Roll-A-Ramp to achieve the desired ramp length, while Support Stands and Tailgate Brackets enhance the strength and stability of the overall ramp system. Split your Roll-A-Ramp into different section-lengths with Quick Release Pins when the situation calls for a short ramp or to make transporting the pieces even easier.
Constructed of the highest-quality aircraft-grade aluminum, the Roll-A-Ramp loading ramp system is available in 3 widths comes with a manufacturer’s 10-year warranty.
Ramps can be made to any length. Call for longer sizes - 1-888-651-3431
Available in 26", 30", and 36" widths (26-5/8", 30-5/8", and 36-5/8" including bolt heads)
The special Approach Plate is NOT load bearing, meaning the top plate alone cannot rest on any surface while ramping. It is important that when placing the ramp on the top surface that the Approach Plate plus the first ramp link rests on the surface.