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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.
Robert in NC
I bought this for a trip from North Carolina to California to carry my bike. Rack did perfect for the 7k mile road trip. I would highly recommend.Read All Reviews
Spencer in MT
Well built, folds up small. seems tough enough. It has a slight curve when opened so that its a steeper incline at the start and levels off at the top. This makes loading and unloading easier in my opinion.Read All Reviews
Christopher in OH
Excellent ramp! Makes loading bikes easy and safe. Shorter size is perfect for my 2019 Honda Ridgeline (~36" bed height). The angle and steps make it very doable to recover and finish pushing the bike up if I did not have as much momentum as I thought. Don't need to use the engine to load the bike. Being able to switch the steps to the other side of the ramp would be nice, but it's not a big deal. Not heavy, just kinda big. Hinges cause it to lean at around a 20 degree angle when you set it down on that side.Read All Reviews