Built tough to transport bikes safely and lightweight enough to store on a shelf in your garage when not in use.
Adjust the new Lock-N-Load Pro on the fly to a large range of bikes with the new ratchet system.
Changeable rubberized jaw pad keeps bike more secure and protects footpegs
Simply flip the switch to lock or release the arm ratchet system. Flip the switch down when locking the bike down then flip the switch up to allow the jaws to release.
The low profile plate mounts into your truck, trailer or van. Allows lateral adjustability for wider bikes.
Bike Size Ranges: 50cc Jr to 110cc Trail (max weight: 200 lbs)
Bike Size Ranges: 85cc to Enduro (max weight: 315 lbs)
Reduce pressure on fork seals
No more straps or wheel chocks
Load more bikes and gear in your truck, van or trailer
Quick release from floor
Mounts in your trailer, truck or van
Extra mounting plates available
Works with 2-strokes and 4-strokes
Available in two sizes
Mounting hardware included
Designed to fit 85cc to Enduro bikes
(or bikes with similar geometry)
Designed to fit 50cc jr to 110cc MX bikes
(or bikes with similar geometry)
To properly measure your bike, ask for assistance to hold your bike perfectly vertical and use two tape measures at the same time to measure footpeg height. Make sure both measurements are the same. Feel free to cal if you have any bike specific questions. Select your desired size in the online store when ordering.
The jaws are fairly large and we have found that they will fit most oversized or rotating aftermarket foot pegs on the market.
Is the bike stable without tie-downs or wheel chocks?
Yes, the bike is very secure and stable as you drive down the road. The front tire may move a little from left to right, but is generally held in place by the rake of the suspension. If you do find movement of the front tire, it will not affect the security of the bike.
Can I leave my bike clamped in the Lock-N-Load overnight without damage to my suspension?
Yes, the Lock-N-Load is designed to put minimal pressure on your suspension. The bike sits at less than pre-load height and distributes the pressure to both front and rear suspension.
Can I mount bikes close together with the Lock-N-Load Pro?
Yes, in fact you can mount them right next to each other, shroud to shroud. In a common toy hauler, or wide body trailer, you can mount 4 bikes wide by slightly staggering the handlebars. You can also mount them fairly close to the trailer wall.
Will my bike fit in the Lock-N-Load Pro?
The Lock-N-Load Pro is available in two sizes (The Lock-N-Load Pro and The Lock-N-Load Pro Mini).
The Lock-N-Load Pro is designed to fit bikes from 85cc to Enduro upto 315 pounds, or bikes with similar geometry (Foot peg width from tip to tip: 12”-21” (304mm-533mm), foot peg height: 12.5”-18” (317mm-457mm)).
The Lock-N-Load Pro Mini is designed to fit bikes 50cc jr to 110cc MX, or bikes with similar geometry (Foot peg width from tip to tip: 12“-21”(304mm-533mm), foot peg height: 8.5”-12” (215mm-305mm)).
Can I mount the Lock-N-Load Pro in the bed of my truck?
Yes, The mounting plate spans the corrugation of your truck bed and mounts the Lock-N-Load in the bed of a truck. This eliminates the need for a brace on the front of your truck bed to prevent the front of the bed from bending. You can also stagger the mounting and easily put three bikes in a standard truck bed without putting one in backwards. Additionally, the Lock-N-Load Pro is quick release from the truck bed leaving only the low profile mounting plate, so you can still use your truck as a truck! Additional mounting plates can be purchased.
Will the Lock-N-Load work with my 2-stroke?
How tight should lock my bike down?
The Lock-N-Load Pro has a height adjustable ratchet system. Lock the jaws down to a height that securely holds your bike. You'll be the best judge of how far you'll need to press down depending on the size of your bike.
California Prop. 65 WARNING:
This product can expose you to Bisphenol A, which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
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