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As much as you wish you could, there are times when riding your motorcycle from point A to point B isn’t an option. When you need to transport your bike to your riding destination, to the shop for some maintenance, or anywhere else, Rocky Mountain ATV/MC has the towing and transport parts to help you get your bike where it needs to go.
To get your bike transported, you really only need to worry about three things: loading, securing, and unloading. A ramp is great to help with loading and unloading the bike, but the type of ramp you need often depends on the vehicle you are transporting the bike in. Luckily, we have several ramps available that making loading a bike into anything from a trailer to a lifted truck a much easier task. Once the bike is in the truck or trailer, however, you’ll want to make sure it is secure. Wheel chocks and tie downs will make quick work of that, and get you on your way in no time. Don’t have a truck to put your bike in? Browse our selection of hitches, ball mounts, and switch haulers to transport your bike in the way that works best for you.
Dennis in CA
Wood have worked but, ended up going with removable Risk Racing ClampsRead All Reviews
Dennis in CA
Worked good until I changed out my setup for hauling bikesRead All Reviews
Dennis in CA
Bought these and installed them into our cargo trailer to be able to remove the shoe type wheel locks but, ended up going with the Risk Racing setup. Sure looks like these would have worked great and your able to easily remove the hoops for more roomRead All Reviews
David in OH
This is an excellent product. It makes a great work stand for raising your bike up when wrenching. On my '14 Tacoma there is 1/2" of clearance when i lower the tailgate from the top of the hauler with the stand lowered. My truck is lifted 3" and when the stand is lowered i have to lift my '19 KTM 300 up 1-2 inches to get it on the stand. It's not hard to do and the truck would sit lower if i waited to air up the trucks rear suspension until after i had the bike mounted. Yes it's a fair amount of money but it's made in America, it has multiple uses, and if you want to keep a cap on your truck or haul with your SUV, van, or RV it is absolutely the best option for your performance built dirt bike. My bike mounts by the pegs and rides very steady compared to the drive-up wheel mount harbor freight carrier i was using. I recommend this product if you have a race-ready dirt bike and will be exclusively hitch hauling as your primary hobby for the foreseeable future.Read All Reviews