- The 6 foot Pit Posse ramp is made from the highest quality 6061 extruded aluminum and comes in a brightly anodized semi-chrome finish
- Dimple formed traction holes provide increased control while loading or unloading your dirt bike in even the wettest or muddiest conditions
- Tongue is formed from steel and zinc plated for corrosion resistance
- 6 inches wide and 400 pound maximum
4.90/5 Stars out of 21 Reviews
| November 14th, 2020
I needed a ramp to get my motorcycle onto a hitch carrier. This one is perfect. It's light weight, sturdy and requires no assembly. Getting my motorcycle onto the carrier is super easy now. <br><br>I was worried that I would need to attach the ramp to my carrier somehow, but it's not necessary. The end lip does more than enough to keep the ramp in place.
| October 6th, 2020
Like many, my hitch-mount motorcycle carrier came with a loading ramp but it was too short!!! The short ramp made the ramp steep and difficult to load. I'm a 5'4" woman and pushing my motorcycle up something that was that steep was hard and perhaps even a little dangerous. The longer loading ramp was a big help. The only flaw with the longer ramp, was the lip of the loading ramp and how it attaches to the actual carrier. To remedy this, I drilled 4 holes in the lip of the ramp (2 close to the end of the lip and 2 slightly farther back). I then put bolts through the 4 holes (with nuts and lock tight). These bolts then drop over each side of the edge / end of the carrier. This created a non-slip means of attaching the ramp to the carrier. I still use a strap on the ramp when loading and unloading for extra safety but the addition of the bolts was a huge help in attaching and stabilizing the ramp / carrier connection. Since the lip is not weight bearing, the holes didn't seem to create any sort of weakness in the actual ramp. I would buy again and I would recommend.
| June 30th, 2020
This pit posse ramp works great. For meThe 6 footlength makes it fairly easy to load compared to a shorter ramp quality seams to be good,I like it
| May 11th, 2020
Drilled a hole on the portion of the ramp that rests on the truck tailgate and drilled a hole in the truck tailgate in order to insert a locking pin. This ensures the ramp won't move.
| April 25th, 2020
Good and sturdy, I move dirtbikes so I use it in place of the short ramp that came with my Hitch Mounted Motorcycle Carrier. It makes pushing the bike up the ramp much easier although It took some modifying to get it to work. Great tool for what I use it for. Works great for rolling mini bikes up into the van aswell. Im glad I bought it.
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