Trackside Heavy Duty Wide Aluminum Folding Ramp

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Trackside Heavy Duty Wide Aluminum Folding Ramp

Lightweight, yet sturdy aluminum construction.


  • Stowable, folding design
  • 1500lb load capacity
  • Dimensions: 8'x18"
Fitment Notes & Exceptions
This is a universal fit part; it may or may not fit without modification.
4.6 / 5.0
22 Reviews
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Bang for the Buck
4.0 / 5
Would Purchase Again
3.0 / 5
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Ease of Use
3.0 / 5
Quality of Material
4.0 / 5
Would you recommend?
Yes (1)
Poor Welds
I would not recommend this product unless you are trying to load a sport bike or dirt bike. The welds broke the first time I loaded my bike up and bent the aluminum arms both during loading and unloading. The picture shows a "harley type bike" on the picture and that is why I bought this. Unfortunately, this did not hold up at all. I love Cycle Gear, but this one disappointed me.

PROS: Secures well to truck bed, Affordable

CONS: Not strong enough, Welds Don't Hold, Broke the first time

BEST USES: Dirt bikes, Light weight sport bikes
May 29, 2012
Serves it purpose!
Just used this for the first time and it worked great. I rode up and into the truck with little difficulty for a fist time. Only thing I noticed is as I unloaded walking it down using the hand brake is that the tires did not get good grip and once the bike was completely on the ramp it began to slide down even with front brake applied. So be careful. Other than that I love it! I use in conjunction with a slim trackside ramp for walking up & down with bike.

PROS: Solid, Light Weight, Sturdy

CONS: Grip Traction

BEST USES: Loading, Unloading
March 27, 2011
I bolted two together!
One wasn't wide enough for me to put my feet down when unloading so I bolted two together by putting a longer bolt in the middle swivel and another one on each end. Worked Great!! Loaded onto a Dodge Ram 4WD (high rear end) with no problem. Unloading on flat pavement, the front brakes didn't help and the bike tended to slide. Just let 'er go and came right down.

PROS: Lightweight, Strong, Portable

CONS: Not wide enough

December 9, 2012
this is the one to get!
If you are thinking about getting the small one for cheap..... rethink your plan. The small one will load your nice gsxr or cbr just fine. It can handle the weight. Just for ease of use and peace of mind i got the larger one. It makes it so much easier to walk the bike up. Plus there is more wiggle room for errors. Are you really going to save 50 bucks knowing you might throw away thousands when you drop you bike? Lol. Anyway make sure you use the included tie down strap to keep the ramp secure to your truck.

PROS: Easy to use, Lightweight, very strong

CONS: More Money

January 14, 2014
Works well exactly as expected
I use this ramp to load 600 lb. sport bikes and a 700 lb. Harley Softail onto my 3-rail trailer. With one or two bikes on the trailer there is still plenty of room for the ramp (folded) to be strapped down onto the trailer, but I usually just put it in the back of my van for transport. It is easy for one person to fold/unfold the ramp for storage and use. It is a good product at a fair price.

PROS: Folds for easy transport, Light Enough For 1 Person

January 14, 2014
Wide Aluminum Folding Ramp Works GREAT!
This bike ramp was so easy to use, and I never felt uneasy about loading my Honda CBR 500R with it. Not even the least bit concerned with it holding the weight of my bike, while loading it up. Might even purchase another one to put side by side!

PROS: Great price, For Heavy Or Light Bikes, Easy to Install and Use, Lightweight, Rust Proof, Nice and wide, Durable, Stores And Travels Well

January 14, 2014
Perfect Height
I highly recommend this folding ramp. It gives the perfect incline for ease of pushing scooter up on to truck. I wish it would have a rubber skid plate to protect metal on truck from metal of the ramp. I have added this to my ramp & suggest if you purchase you do the same. Exception: If you have bed liner on your tailgate you will be fine.

PROS: Easy to use, Light Weight

CONS: Metal To Metal, Want Rubber Skid Plate

November 14, 2013
no more scary trips into the truck bed
wide walk way, easy folding, fits in truck bed under bikes,

PROS: Simple, Good Quality, Strong

CONS: none

November 14, 2013
Good product
Use 2 side by side with plywood bolts tying it all together. Apply nonskid and you have easily co trolled ascent/descent

PROS: Pretty sturdy, Nice Arc On Upper, Lightweight

CONS: None apparent

BEST USES: Up To Storage Area, Get Bike Up 4 Steps To
November 14, 2013
Bang for the Buck
4 / 5
Would Purchase Again
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4 / 5
Ease of Use
3 / 5
Quality of Material
4 / 5
Would you recommend?
Good ramp if you REALLY prefer a ramp to a trailer.
A trailer is really a way better loading option, but this is way more convenient and cheaper unless you rent one. The straps are sturdy and easy to use. The ramp flexes a bit and is disconcerting at first, but you get used to it. It's pretty light since it's aluminum. A steel one this size would probably weigh a ton. I really can't imagine using a ramp any narrower than this either. Loading and unloading my sport bike, it's too easy to get out of a straight line to use the narrow MX ramps. The ramps are also pretty steep on a modern full-size truck. I'm a well-built individual and I bought two thinking I'd easily be able to load the bike myself walking next to it and pushing it up. However, I drive an F-150 FX4 and even on a down slope the ramp is steep. Pushing it without the motor on, I would lose momentum about halfway and need assistance from someone pushing from behind to get it loaded completely. I attempted to use the clutch friction zone but decided against it ultimately. It was way too sketchy and easy to accidentally apply throttle or stall out at the top and riding it up isn't an option because you can't put your feet down if you stall or wobble. You may not need a second ramp but I'd rather shell out the $100-200 on an extra ramp for insurance. Look up ramp loading fails on YouTube and you'll see what I mean. If you get a second one, I recommend some U-bolts to shackle them together. Once we got the hang of using them, setting the ramps up, loading/unloading the bike, securing the bike, and folding the ramps back up would take 20 minutes or so.
September 20, 2016
over 2 years ago
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