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How to Choose a Motorcycle Ramp

Motocross & Dirt Bike Ramps

After a hard day riding, the last thing you want to do is struggle to get your dirt bike or motocross bike loaded onto your truck or trailer! Dirt bike loading ramps from Discount Ramps are the quick, easy way to get your ride on and off, saving you time, hassle and bruises! Our ramps are affordable, high quality and built to last year after year. With extra-wide bike ramps, folding motocross ramps and more, we've got just what you need for your bike.

Simplify Your Loading Process

Professional SuperCross racers and weekend hobby riders alike know the pain and hassle of trying to lift their bike onto a truck bed. One wrong move and you’ve got a scratched truck, broken handlebar, or bruised thigh. Our single runner dirt bikes are designed to make things effortless by bridging the gap between the ground and your hauler. Walk or ride your off-road motorcycle up one of our bike truck ramps, latch it down and head to the hills!

Learn how to properly load and tie down a dirt bike in How to Load a Dirt Bike into a Pickup.

Choosing the Right Dirt Bike Ramp

Dirt bike ramps are available in multiple styles to suit your needs:

  • Single-fold and multi-fold ramps are easier to store and can be made in longer lengths.
  • Non-folding ramps are generally less expensive and are easier to set up.
  • Arched dirt bike ramps offer more clearance so you don’t bottom out while loading.
  • Adjustable motocross ramps are a great tool if you know you’ll be using multiple haulers.
  • Pick a short ramp for greater weight capacity or a long ramp for a more gradual rise.

Each model is made of durable materials, with a carefully designed surface that works with your tires to provide grip while loading and unloading.