Risk Racing Lock-N-Load

Risk Racing Lock-N-Load
Risk Racing Lock-N-Load

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fmcnabb511

Thought this was a great product until I installed it in my truck ( drilled Holes in Bed ) just to find out its a pain in the butt because of the gear shift lever gets hung up. Its a problem getting your bike in and out of the Lock-N-Load. Great concept but needs some improvements!!!!!

gfhyjnf Verified Purchaser
Portland, OR, USA
Disappointed, doesnt work will on 2-STK bikes

was really disappointed of the Risk Racing Lock-N-Load the height was way too low for the foot pegs I had to compress the bike down another 5” to lock it, leaving my forks and shock compressed and cent’s I have a 250 2-STK the front exhaust I can’t just push or ride the bike in I had to lean the bike around the locking arms to go around the exhaust to just set the bike in. so I end up returning it back. I will just go with the standard wheel chocks

TeeDub Verified Purchaser
Arkansas
Lock n load with a YZ250 F

After mounting it up in my trailer I gave it a test run and I was having some problems getting the "Quick Shoot" pins to fire. After a few hard bounces on the top of each foot peg clamp, the pins finally released and locked in. Had the same the issue when trying to release the the clamps, i have to give a few hard bounces to get the clamp to release the foot peg. Once the clamps are down and the pins are set, the system works great. I have gone to ride 3 times with the system and I am still having the same issues. I have tried the recommended procedure of sitting back on the rear of the seat to compress the shock and that seems to help with the left side but not the right. I am hoping with more use the system will settle in and load and release my bike a little easier.

lancaster
AR
Solid transport

I have 6 of these. You have to line things up just wright & keep some chain lube on the internal parts. They could be better quality fit, finish for the price.

HondaPhil Top 1000 Contributor
Grand Rapids, MI
Works great

This is a very cool trailering device. Easy to install. I still use a wheel chock for the front wheel on my open trailer, just to keep the front tire straight.
Holds the bike well. Just be sure to line up the pegs perfectly even before stomping down to lock it in place. I had it too close to the rear brake lever on one trip and it scratched and grooved the brake lever from bouncing around. The bike wiggles just the slightest amount, but as long as you have the locking jaws centered over your footpegs, it works perfectly...and no more scratches. I was skeptical at first, so I did a slow, but bouncy test ride at slow speeds before taking off down the highway at 75 mph! I like it, and would buy it again.

bigJman
This thing is awesome

No more worn out straps to deal with, Just pull your bike up and lock it in. Super easy. Wish I had bought it sooner. You won't regret buying it.

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DMobley232
Location: Denver
Q: Drill Additional holes in Truck Bed Adapter Plate?
Over 7 months ago
Do you think it would be ok to to drill 2 additional holes in the Truck Bed Adapter plate? Where I want to install in my truck and to hit the corrugated part of the truck bed, I would have to drill 2 additional holes.
Risk Racing Expert
Over 6 months ago
A: Good morning Dustin,
Thank you so much for reaching out to us! If you need to drill 2 additional holes that should be fine. Please just make sure to follow the instructions and use all of the hardware!
David
Location: Texas, USA
Q: Will it work with a open utility trailer?
Over 9 months ago
Risk Racing Expert
Over 8 months ago
A: Good morning,
The LOCK-N-LOAD will definitely work in an open utility trailer! The LOCK-N-LOAD comes with a set of Trailer Plates and instructions on how to mount the unit to your trailer. No more tie-down straps, floor anchors or wheel chocks for you!
WC53
Q: Will they work with a lowered bike ? are they height adjustable ?
Over 3 years ago
troysbama
Over 3 years ago Location: Tampa
A: Depends what you mean by lowered bike. If the foot pegs are more than a half inch lower than stock height then I would stay away from this product. It's definitely not meant to be adjustable.
MotoSportRyanT
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: The Risk Racing Lock-N-Load does not have adjustable height. It is designed for use with 125cc-450cc modern motocross specific bikes, or bikes with similar geometry regarding footpeg width and height. It would likely work with a motocross bike that is lowered but the bike may not sit in the lock-n-load as well as a bike that is not lowered.
motomonkey
Over 3 years ago
A: They are. Non-adjustable.
Andrew
Q: Will this work with wider foot pegs than stock?
Over 3 years ago
curious if this will work with a wide aftermarket footpeg?
MotoSportRyanT
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 3 years ago
A: Yes, the Lock-n-Load works with over size aftermarket footpegs.
motomonkey
Over 3 years ago
A: Yes. They work well for all pegs. I run turner pegs and the hold perfectly
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