I bought this product a month ago and have only been able to use it once but used it on a 6 hour trip to an enduro race. Was very nervous for the first couple hours of driving but after a while I started to forget it was even there. Seems flimsy when bike is first loaded but once everything is tied down in place it holds up pretty well. Would suggest leaving out a front and rear bolt to allow the bike tires to seat well and use a strap to wrap around the tires and carrier to secure the bike from bouncing. After that it’s pretty solid. Would recommend.
I was looking for a rack to carry my son's Kawasaki 250 that wouldn't break the bank. This rack does the job alright, but isn't the most quality made. The bolts holding the cross bars don't tighten all of the way, the side rails bend easily (so don't over tighten anything!), and the ramp never stays in one place as you load the bike. I give it an average rating because I was looking for something inexpensive and that's what I got and it does the job, but if you have the money to spend I suggest buying something that won't be frustrating at every use.
Bought this so I could move. Had my truck on a auto transport pulled by a uhaul and traveled 850 miles and had no problems. Would buy again if I had to
My bike rides more securely on here than I expected and it's very easy to use. The included anti rattle hitch is a nice feature as well. The only problem is the ramp is too short and steep, I get around this by simply using a folding motorcycle ramp I already had laying around.
next time I would go with one of the aluminum tray style racks. this one is a little bib and bulky in comparison.
I bought this so I wouldn't have to drive my bike up a ramp into the bed of my truck. I've used it for about 400 miles without any issues. I wish they would offer a longer ramp for lifted trucks. I am waiting for mine to be completed and have a feeling the incline is going to be too steep because of the additional height
the best for my 1000 harley
The Curb Weight of the 2019 Honda Grom is 230 pounds (not including fuel), and the BikeMaster Motorcycle Carrier weighs 60 pounds, for an estimated load of 290 pounds, not including fuel.