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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-16-2012, 11:27 PM Thread Starter
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Ramps (store bought or made)

What do you guys use to put your bike on your truck? I was looking at discountramps.com. Debating on the one you can ride the bike onto the ramp. Thinks its the "black widow". But you guys/girls so "handy" I thought I'd start a thread


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Have you tried asking your boyfriend to help you lift the bike into the truck?
















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We did lift up a bike once to a truck, but most of the time, we just load them up to a utility trailer and not the bed of the truck.
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I bought a ramp at Cycle Gear when it was on sale. Cost like $60 and it's pretty light. Does the job well IMO.

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I bought a ramp at Cycle Gear when it was on sale. Cost like $60 and it's pretty light. Does the job well IMO.
You load it by yourself? I'm a lil scared of them narrow ramps lol


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Wonder if I could get two of em and secure them together?


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You load it by yourself? I'm a lil scared of them narrow ramps lol


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Yes I have loaded it myself. It's this ramp right here. Folds down to store neatly and wide enough to load the bike without worrying. Just walk the bike up with your hand on the brake and you carload and unload it easy.

I have seen people grab two of the ramps and strap them to together. You could go that route also.

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Get two ramps or one wide one so you can walk up next to the bike. Also secure BOTH of them to the truck. I almost ended my season last year with dropping my bike off the truck becuase i got lazy and didn't tie off the one i was walking up.
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