Hello, in this page of the Black Pro Range FAQ I’ll be covering ramps. I hope to cover most of the key points about the ramps Black have and everything you may need to know about them. If you can’t find and answer to your question- please leave your question as a comment and I will get back to you as soon as I can!
Black Pro Range Runner Aluminium folding Ramp B5222
The Black Aluminium Folding Ramp is made from aluminium for lightweight but strong construction. It can fold in the centre for easy, compact storage when not in use, making it more portable than a solid ramp. The resting forks on the end are coated with PVC to help avoid any unnecessary scratches to the vehicle the bike is being loaded in to. The width of the ramp is 26.5cm, the length is 2 meters 18cm and the max load it can take is 340kgs. This ramp is available for £52.99 at Ghostbikes.com
Black Pro Range Coated Folding Motorcycle Loading Ramp B5144
This ramp is made from Aluminium which keeps the ramp light weight but strong. It has the ability to fold in the centre allowing the ramp to be folded when not in use for easy storage and transportation. The resting forks are coated with PVC to help keep the vehicle the bike is being loaded into from getting any unnecessary scratches. The width of the ramp is 28.5cm, the length is 2 meters 26cm and the ramp can take a maximum load of 340kgs. [Currently out of stock as I’m writing this]
–Frequently Asked Questions–
Q- How do I find out the weight of my bike? / Can these ramps support my bike?
A- First you need to know how much your bike weighs. To find this information you should have a look in the manual for your bike if you have one. If not, you can try using Wikipedia to search for the specs of your particular bike. eg– I’ve just searched for a 2016 BMW S1000RR and I’ve been directed to a Wikipedia Page dedicated to the bike where it tells me it has a dry weight of 183kg. It’s always better to check a manual if you can though. [The Dry weight is the weight of the bike without any fuel and maybe some other fluids/battery etc. The Wet weight is with a full tank, all fluids topped up- the works.]
Q- Do these ramps require assembly?
A- Nope! The ramps should be fully assembled and ready for use.
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