Motorbike Transport / Loading

TB-Racing

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As I work on a new private project for secure and safe motorbike shipping and transport in China, came across a detailed DIY ramp manual that might be useful for some....












click onto the attached thumbnail and a PDF download should start...
 

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TB-Racing

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Building a non-slip truck ramp to get a lawn tractor, motorcycle, ATV, or anything else into the bed of a pickup truck.
This is a real easy way to build a nice, sturdy 4'x8' ramp that makes it easy to load almost anything...



Another great idea, the Shark Kage for MX bike transport & pickup trucks = http://www.sharkkage.com

Well ~ last, how not to use motorbike loading ramps

 

TB-Racing

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There is no right and wrong when you're moving a motorcycle. There are, however, good and bad tools and methods. There's a lot of ways to skin a cat, but some are better than others. Some great basic info here =
http://www.revzilla.com/common-tread/how-to-load-a-motorcycle-into-a-truck?utm_source=advrider&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=revzilla&utm_content=rzmn&utm_term=171

Still, my personal opinion, absolute nothing beats the PITBULL Trailer Restraint for secure motorbike transportation.... nuff said'...
http://www.pit-bull.com/category/trailer_restraints.html
 

TB-Racing

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Got a couple of Tyre-Down (Trail Bike) from http://www.kyaracing.com.au
The Tyre-Down (Trail Bike) looks solid, sort of could have fabricate the Tyre-Down (Trail Bike) myself or have a few made at the stainless steel corner metal fabricators but wasn't in the mood, some real world testing going on during the Chinese New Year holidays.....







 
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