Lifting a 200 lb. dirt bike several feet off the ground and into the back of a pickup truck is no small feat. Fortunately, Rocky Mountain ATV/MC’s got you covered with our selection of motorcycle loading ramps. With well over a dozen options, we’ve got something that’s perfect for you.
Loading ramps are designed to make the process easier, and that’s why we only carry ramps crafted out of high quality aluminum. In fact, many are built using aircraft-grade T6 aluminum. If you prefer a folding dirt bike ramp, we have several to choose from. Folding ramps are generally more manageable to store and transport. Aside from loading ramps that are designed exclusively for motorcycles, we also carry bi-fold and tri-fold ramps which work great for any off-road vehicle (like a quad). These are excellent if you own multiple powersport vehicles and only want a single loading ramp.
We choose to carry brands that are dedicated to high quality – after all, you’re loading a heavy and valuable machine. That’s why we’ve got Fly Racing, MSR and Motorsport Products. We even have the Ready Ramp bed extender, which doubles as a bed extension rail once your bike is loaded. Go ahead and check out our offerings. When you’re looking for a dirt bike loading ramp, you can’t go wrong with Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.
Pat in MN
The metal on this was not prepared properly, so the powder coating is peeling off in big sheets. I am using this to carry a Suzuki Bergman 200 that is under 350 lbs, but when the unit is fully lowered, the first few strokes on the jack are VERY difficult to do. I am very close to bending the jack handle and have been forced to find a large long screwdriver to act as reinforcement as well as extension. I have put traction tape on the crossmembers and the ramp, because the tires slip on the powder coating. When the scooter is loaded, the lights on our motorhome are not visible and I have had to mount a set of trailer lights on the ramp to fix this. the tiedown points on the ramp are directly below the scooter and as such do not provide much lateral support. I have mounted a 2 foot angle steel sideways to the rail at the rear with eye bolts on the ends to create some wider mounting points for the straps. When loaded up, the scooter is dependent on the strength of the trailer hitch for ALL of its support to keep the scooter from moving around. I have found it to work well if I run a tiedown from each end of the rail to a hard point on the rear of the motorhome chassis. This helps tremendously to stabilize the scooter while moving.Read All Reviews
Dustin in NV
My only real problem with this ramp is it skinny. I have had it for over 7 years and never had a bike slip off the rubber feet fell off some time ago but that's not a huge problem. I am proud to say I have used and abused this ramp to the point of shoving it under a truck tire in the mud and snow and never once had any real problems!Read All Reviews