Bear Track Bi-Fold Snowmobile Ramp - 1,000 lb Capacity

You won't find a safer or more convenient way to load your snowmobile than this bifold snowmobile ramp. The 50" width accommodates most snowmobiles on the market today, and heavy protective runners prevent damage to your carbide skis during loading. Integrated safety chains and rubber fingers secure the ramp to the loading surface without damaging the tailgate or trailer finish, and the ramp folds in half width-wise for compact storage in your trailer or pickup truck bed.

  • Lightweight aluminum construction
  • Folds in half for storage
  • Heavy plastic runners protect skis
  • Safety chains prevent ramp kick out
  • 2 lengths available
3 Year Warranty USA
Item # Length Width Height Weight Status Price Quantity
650-BS 72" 50" 1-3/4" 40 lbs
In Stock
$229.99
$60.00
750-BS 84" 50" 1-3/4" 49 lbs
In Stock
$259.99
$100.00

Load up a snowmobile for transport with Bear Track Aluminum Snowmobile Ramps. These specially designed ramps feature a 8" wide strip of polyethylene on each side of the ramp for carbide skis and also has 1-3/4" high side rails to keep your sled on track. When not in use, the ramps can be folded in half for compact storage.

These snowmobile ramps are available in 6' and 7' lengths and are 50" wide to fit most snowmobiles on the market today. Every sled ramp features safety chains on the top end to secure to the loading surface to prevent the ramp from kicking out when loading. Also on the top end of the ramps are (4) heavy duty rubber coated 4" ramp fingers that grip the tailgate without ruining the tailgate finish.

These snowmobile ramps are built right here in the USA and include a 3 year manufacturers warranty!

24"
6"
1,000 lbs

Warning and Usage Guidelines

These ramps are specifically designed for snowmobiles only!

Review Summary (Based on 2 Reviews)

Reviews

5 Stars Love It

Shawn from NY wrote (February 10, 2015):

Love my new ramp very easy to use and exactly what I was looking for. Customer service was very helpful.

5 Stars bifold ramp

Jon from NH wrote (October 31, 2014):

bifold easier to maneuver than trifold, not to heavy, well constructed, will slide between sleds after loading, shipped quickly