Rider Cargo Dirt Bike Accessories: Transport/Shop

Rider Cargo Dirt Bike Accessories: Transport/Shop

Rider Cargo Dirt Bike Accessories: Tie Downs

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  • Rider Cargo Tie Down Extension Straps

    Rider Cargo Tie Down Extension Straps

    Craig in UT

    Functions well

    These are working great for creating tie down points and securing things I don't want scratched. Plenty strong and well stitched.

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  • Rider Cargo Ratchet/Soft Loop Tie Downs

    Rider Cargo Ratchet/Soft Loop Tie Downs

    Peter in IN

    Good straps

    A little tough to get them started on the ratchet, but great once you do. I think that's a common problem with ratcheting straps. Maybe I'm just an idiot!

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  • Rider Cargo Combination Dispenser

    Rider Cargo Combination Dispenser

    melanie in OR

    Good Quality

    Product is made very well, bought it to put in my cargo trailer and it works great! would recommend.

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  • Rider Cargo Ratchet Soft Loop Tie Downs W/Carabiner

    Rider Cargo Ratchet Soft Loop Tie Downs W/Carabiner

    Ryan in UT

    Great tie-down

    Honestly if you aren't using soft loops on your handlebars you should be

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  • Rider Cargo Collapsible Garbage Can

    Rider Cargo Collapsible Garbage Can

    jason in CA

    must have for camping

    easy to set up and easy to put away

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  • Rider Cargo Wheel Chock Quick Release Kit

    Rider Cargo Wheel Chock Quick Release Kit

    Doug in WA

    Works, sloppy tolerances.

    We'll it sort of works. Installed as-delivered and the chocks have a fair amount of rotational play, meaning they won't necessarily stay parallel and if the rear of your bike is free to slide a bit that can actually rotate the chock in the mount a fair bit. The kit is probably a good 3/8-1/2" narrower than the chocks, and even if bolted tight to the floor don't really keep the chocks nice and snug, they just keep the chocks from sliding forward. I remedied this by mounting 3/4" plywood squares that are tight between the chocks onto 3/16"-1/4" plywood squares that are larger and fit under the chock legs (between the floor and the leg). This takes up all play, and keeps the chocks from rotating, but the chocks can still be removed to carry other stuff in the trailer besides bikes.

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