The 10 Best Loading Ramps
This wiki has been updated 23 times since it was first published in September of 2015. Eliminate the hassle and dangers of transporting heavy and delicate cargo using any of these handy loading ramps. Constructed from tough materials, like aluminum and steel, they come in a variety of configurations designed to support ATVs, lawnmowers, and motorcycles of all shapes and sizes. Always take the proper safety precautions by securing them and using them on level surfaces. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best loading ramp on Amazon.
April 11, 2019:
Versatility and an ability to support heavy weight loads are both important values for this product category, since loading ramps should be able to accommodate a variety of heavy equipment, whether it's lawn mowers, snowmobiles, or motorcycles.
I maintained the Gen-Y GHR84 for their combined 6,000-pound threshold as well as their widely-positioned and serrated cross rungs, which makes it easy to load machines in harsh weather conditions. Added the Pit Posse PP2755 for its collapsible design, heavy-duty hinges and joints, as well as the welded crossbars, which ensure smooth folding and unfolding. Unlike many of the others on the list, the patented S-curves and dual-arch design on the CargoSmart Aluminum offer high-traction tread and smooth transitions of large equipment from the ground to a truck bed. Maintained the Black Widow MF-12038 for its full-width lip and easy-to-store 3-piece construction. Also kept the Vestil RAMP-72 for their bolt-on overlapping lips that prevent damage to truck beds and trailers, particularly when loading delicate and heavy machines like snowblowers and motorcycles. Finally, included the Yutrax Rush for their patented double-jointed technology, ensuring they lock securely in place when folded, while their V-shaped side rails keep equipment centered. Additionally, the tightly-gapped rung spacing keeps equipment safely on track with minimal slippage.