How To Load a Motorcycle Into a Truck Without Fail
As you might’ve seen across the web, there are a good amount of people who ...
As you might’ve seen across the web, there are a good amount of people who think they can load their motorcycle up into the back of their truck but end up failing miserably. If you happen to be the one who gets tied up in a situation like this, it can result in not only the damaged motorcycle and/or truck but also a good amount of personal injury if you fall the wrong way. Basically, it’s a situation that you want to avoid at all costs if you possibly can.
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How can you go about making sure that you don’t end up on the wrong side of a motorcycle loading fail video? Well, with a few simple steps and a good ramp, this guy shows us a surefire way to make sure that this intimidating task becomes one that’s just a little bit simpler. As long as you have a good amount of confidence and a little bit of experience on your bike, loading it up should prove to be something that’s incredibly simple, actually.
First of all, we learn all about what a good ramp is supposed to look like and how it’s supposed to attach to the back of your truck. If you’re just trying to use pieces of wood, I’m sure that it could work but it might take some finagling and possibly a couple of people to help lift and balance the bike as it rolls up into the truck
So, after getting yourself a nice ramp, it’s all finesse and throttle control as you plow right into the back of your truck, storing your bike safely and strapping it down the go for a ride to wherever you need to go. Check out the clip down below that will give you the insight needed to make sure that you don’t have to worry about tearing up your bike ever again.