DIY ProjectsBuild Dirt Bike Truck Loading Ramp DIY Project

Build Dirt Bike Truck Loading Ramp DIY Project

How to build wide loading motorcycle ramp diy project is detailed in this simple step by step tutorial. Many times you have to transport a dirt bike to a secondary location before you can start the adventure or when taking into for complicated repairs… this loading ramp will make it so much easier.

Build Dirt Bike Truck Loading Ramp DIY Project - motorcycle

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Without dirt bike ramps, you will probably need to ask for assistance each time you want to get your bike on and off a truck. Besides being useful for dirt bikes, ramps can also be used for getting other ATV’s or motorcycles out of the back of a truck.

There are two types of dirt bike ramps: the Aluminum ramps and the wooden ramps. While the former is made of metal and is pretty heavy duty, the latter is made of wood and is often cheaper. It is pertinent to know how to use dirt bike ramps properly if you want to avoid accidents and injuries.

Wooden planks are amazingly strong, and with adequate maintenance, they can last for much longer. Knowing how to build a wooden motorcycle ramp can save you some money.


1 – Pair of Aluminium Ramp Ends ($20) — Comes with some hardware

2 – 2″ x 6″ x 8′ Studs ($10)

2 – 2″ x 2″ x 8′ Studs ($4)

4 – 1″ x 4″ x 8′ Pine ($16)

Hardware: (~$20)

For crossmembers:

78 – 1 5/8″ Deck/Wood Screws

For 2″ x 2″s:

8 – 3/8″ x 3.5″ Hex Bolts (All hardware is just zinc-plated steel)

8 – 3/8″ Hex Nuts

16 – 3/8″ Fender Washers

For Ramp Ends:

4 – 5/16″ x 3″ Hex Bolts

4 – 5/16″ Fender Washers


– Compound Miter Saw

– Handheld Power Drill

– Tape Measure

– Appropriate Drill Bits (3/8″, 5/16″, 1/8″)

– Writing Utensil

– Sockets/Wrenches

Wooden ramps have been around for quite some time. They are easy to build and if they are too long, you can easily cut them down. As an added bonus, the small metal ramp adapters attached to the ends of the planks makes it easier get the tires of your dirt bike on the plank.

Some people are of the opinion that getting your dirt bike out of the truck is quite difficult, just look at youtube “FAIL” videos of people trying to ride their dirt bikes out of the back of their trucks. It is just painful to watch… yikes. Wood ramps however can save you a lot of broken bones.

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Melissa Francis
Melissa Francis
Greetings! I'm Melissa Francis, the founder and primary contributor to The Homestead Survival. With over 20 years of experience in homesteading, sustainability, and emergency preparedness, I've dedicated my life to helping others achieve a simpler, more self-reliant lifestyle.

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