You are viewing a combination of machine-specific and universal parts. Please choose a machine to display parts specific to your machine or select a part below.
User Tip: If you're unsure of your vehicle type, you may skip the machine type selection box.
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.
Albert in CO
Has been a very good product for me so far. The one thing your going to know is that I had to upgrade my suspension in my 2000 Jeep Cherokee Sport. Which was a hassle and expensive even doing it myself. After its first use I had noticed my leaf springs been bent the opposite direction to what they're supposed to be. Had to order heavy-duty ones from auto zone as well as upgrade my shock to air shocks to also help with the extra weight in the back. If you have a truck designed to haul heavy loads you'll probably be okay. If you have a small suv as i did know you may have a some extra work/money to spend in the future. Other than that its been a good product the only issue I had was one morning my jack wasn't lifting my bike. After a short video on youtube I seen it was a very simple fix that needed no additional tools. I believe you just open the jack all the way and pump the air out, close it and should be good to go again. Stability with this setup has also been great due to the thick bolt that screws it snuggly to your receiver. Your still going to want to take it slow obviously but you don't see it moving around very much at all. A buddy of mine had the other style where you push your bike onto a platform which his didn't have the screw. His bike actually popped off while he was driving through a dip. Last, the bike that I carry with this switch hauler is a 2019 ktm 300 xci-tpi. Which its stock pegs fit perfectly into the tie dow hooks on the platform. Ive recently upgraded to the fast way titanium pegs which are even better cause they're lower to the ground making me hunch over less on my bike however they are a fatter peg which make it fit a little weird on one-side but none the less still works fine. I run a thick metal braided rope trough the bike, switch hauler and hitch on my jeep just incase something ever happens to fail it will be contained to my vehicle.Read All Reviews
Scott in CO
I was dissapointed that once I started to install this e track i realized it came in 46 inch long pieces. Why would it not be 48. Typical trailers have studs at either 16 or 24 inches. You can hit more studs! 46 inch makes it much more work. Maybe I should of realized that before I bought and started to installed them. That's why I'm writing this. Hopefully you do!Read All Reviews
dana in CA
Perfect size for my sprinter van, light and very strong stays in place and easy to storeRead All Reviews