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    Have anyone used these before? Also make sure you have 3 people to load, one on each side and pushing the back. When I am forced to load a heavy bike into a tall truck I like one on each side of the bike working together to push and balance, the third person ready to catch the bars and apply the front brake after the front wheel is in the truck, then re-arrange people as necessary to get the rest of the bike in while the guy on the bars walks it back and balances it. I moved my first bike with a low utility trailer.

    Have anyone rented a loading ramp from Home Depot? So I'm going to pick up a bike this weekend and I don't have access to a loading ramp but I see that Home Depot rents them http: Have anyone used these before?

    I haven't but they look useful , though I do have some advice for picking up your first bike. Way heavier than you imagine. Way clunkier than a barbell of equivalent weight. My medium-small cruiser is lbs, and was tough to move smoothly until I gained experience. They tip over easily, too, which would be an unfortunate first night with your bike. I moved my first bike with a low utility trailer. Uhaul has ramped motorcycle trailers you can rent for pretty cheap.

    Might be worth it if your truck is lifted. Adding to this, I would suggest a 3rd person if possible, depending on the weight of the bike and height of the truck. When I am forced to load a heavy bike into a tall truck I like one on each side of the bike working together to push and balance, the third person ready to catch the bars and apply the front brake after the front wheel is in the truck, then re-arrange people as necessary to get the rest of the bike in while the guy on the bars walks it back and balances it.

    Just a note on the Uhaul ramp, if your bike is a lower ground clearance like a cruiser or something, be careful with those ramps. Dealer picked the bike up from my house, and when I went to go pick it up with the Uhaul trailer the dealer was putting it on the trailer for me while I did some paperwork, and it caught the heatshield and messed it up. Dealers paying for it, but still, sucks. Ended up using a longer ramp they had to allow it to clear into the trailer.

    That ramp looks perfectly straight. Better ramps have an arc to avoid high centering the bike when it loads. Don't know what kind of bike you're getting but that might be an issue. Good advice, I would add to check your ground clearance to make sure it won't high center before you try and get it up the ramp. Also make sure you have 3 people to load, one on each side and pushing the back. Also- harbor freight has a wide set of folding ramps that feel alot less dangerous to use.

    They don't come with grip tape on em, so thats the first thing I did to mine. One for your bike to roll up. One for you to walk up next to it while you roll.

    It'll make it easier. And if you decide to ride it up the ramp. DON'T stop in the middle of the ramp. You will tip over lol. If not, I'm sure their loading ramps will be more than enough even for something like a lb Goldwing according to that pic you sent.

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