Choosing A Hitch Mounted Motorcycle Carrier

Choosing A Hitch Mounted Motorcycle Carrier


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From motorcycles and dirt bikes to sport bikes and scooters of all types, we offer the biggest and best selection of steel and aluminum hitch-mounted carriers in a range of weight capacities designed to haul your ride on the back of a pickup or SUV. Key features include self-storing ramps, double carriers, integrated wheel chocks, adjustable tracks, and more. Let us help you in your search for the perfect motorcycle carrier!

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11 Comments on "Choosing A Hitch Mounted Motorcycle Carrier"


  1. I was ready to order one from you until it came to the checkout and the shipping was almost as much as the ramp.

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  2. They don't list the weight of the carrier on any of their ramps and also they recommend that none of their ramps should on a RV even though my RV says 300lb limit. If the bike I am using is 250lbs then what's the issue???
    This plus the shipping is just a no go!

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  3. Ramp sells for $139. BUT ships to Hawaii for an extra $260! Last time i checked Hawaii is still a part of the UNITED STATES. They claim free shipping. as long as its across the street.

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  4. my Honda 100CRF off-road bike weighs 165 lbs. and needs hauled on jeep roads with lots of bumps and sideways rotation jerks. can these ramps in the ad take that sort of stress ?

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  5. Hey guys, does anybody know if I buy the dirt bike rack, is it still possible to open the Canopy door on my Ford Ranger with a Kx250f?

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  6. Nick was horrible over the phone when I wanted to ask information he had no knowledge of motorcycles or ramps or anything related to the business. Honestly thought I dialed the wrong number. Nick was horrible and discount ramps customer service is the worst ever because of him. Going else where for a ramp…later Nick the D*** ramps.

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  7. I bought one so I could carry my 400lb Buell XB12r on my Colorado z71 and it bounced around like a cocker spaniel back there. I had to sell it to a guy who wanted it to carry his moped. I would never travel with any sport bike with this device. Dirt bikes, moped, or a Honda Grom….that's it!

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