The 8 Best Motorcycle and Dirtbike Carriers

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We spent 26 hours on research, videography, and editing, to review the top choices for this wiki. Sometimes you need to haul your road, motocross, or dirt bike instead of riding it, but you don't want the storage hassle and extra expense of a trailer. That's when you reach for one of these carriers and attach it to the class II, III, or IV hitch receiver on your truck or SUV. You can get one or two bikes on them, and you don't have to mess with lighting, like you would on a trailer. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to support our work. Skip to the best motorcycle and dirtbike carrier on Amazon.

8. WMA Rack

7. Black Widow SMC-600R

6. Ultimate MX Hauler

5. Discount Ramps AMC-400-F

4. Ego Bike Steel Hauler

3. Black Widow AMC 600-2

2. Versa Haul VH-55DMRO

1. Goplus Hauler

Editor's Notes

January 08, 2019:

Any of our selections will do the job, so it comes down to preference. Do you prefer a steel or aluminum platform? A longer ramp will typically make loading and unloading easier. And pay attention to the details, such as the number and position of tie-down loops. Make sure you know your hitch type and your vehicle's towing limits before you buy.


Joseph Perry
Last updated on January 09, 2019 by Joseph Perry

An avid reader and outdoors enthusiast, Joe earned his doctorate in literary studies before making the lateral leap from academia to technical writing. He now lives and works in the inter-mountain West where he creates technical and marketing content, including white papers, solution briefs, and courseware for some of the world’s largest information technology companies. With more than 14 years of experience in the field, he has learned more than he ever thought he would know about such enterprise IT topics as cloud computing, storage, databases, business software, and networking. When he’s not writing about business computing, he can be found outdoors, probably hiking with his family and dog.


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