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Miguel in CA
Quality product, stable, and secure. I purchased the 3.25” drop for my standard height Ford F-150. I wanted the 2” Drop model but it was not in stock so went with 3.25” drop model. At 51 y/o I am done pushing my bike to the bed of my truck especially when my knee gives-out sporadically. This product has taken the possibility of knee collapse or another mishap while loading out of the equation. The 3.25” model will drag on certain driveways when loaded on standard lift trucks, but it’s not an issue 99% of the time when you become aware of the load characteristics of your vehicle. The 2” drop should allow you to just role on without having to lift and manhandle on an F150. Very happy with this product.Read All Reviews
Eric in NE
Wish I had known about sooner! Would have bought a long time ago if I had known about it. Holds bike rock solid! Awesome to not use tie downs. Makes locking a bike in place super easy. Don't have to worry about bouncing loose going down the road. Can't say enough good things about it!Read All Reviews
Chris in WI
This ramp is very light, folds in half to take up less room, yet extremely strong and sturdy. Build quality on this is very good--extremely good welds. The ramp can be winched to the bumper so that it will not slip or move when you load your bike.Read All Reviews
Christophe in QLD
Not the cheapest way to transport a bike but clearly the easiest with superb quality - using this to carry the kids KTM 50 SX and Suzuki DR-Z70 on bumpy roads and absolutely nothing moves or rattles! Looking forward to other accessory brackets/plates/baskets to transport bicycles and other goods.Read All Reviews
Norman in CA
Great idea . Makes loading ez . I'm in my 50's . If I were to do it again , I would just buy 2 ramps . The steps are nice but heavy ( built really well ) . Plus you drop the tailgate to unload it , then put the tailgate up to install into the receiver, then drop the gate to put ramp in place . Strap to hold ramp is nice idea .Read All Reviews
Lance in ID
I never tie a bike down without a fork saver. Not to save the seals so much and making a good securing of the bike. Seen a few bikes over the years bounce a hook style strap off when going over a bump in the road. Use the mini version of this for wife 2019 Kawasaki KLX140G. Fits perfect.Read All Reviews