Max+ Motorcycle Hitch Carrier
For one year from the date of retail purchase, MotoTote LLC will, at our option, repair or replace any part or parts found to be defective in material or workmanship. Also includes lifetime support.
Max+ Motorcycle Carrier - Overview
Our elite sport bike, scrambler and dual sport motorcycle carrier - proudly made in Texas. Weighing 62 lbs. and hauling motorcycles up to 600 lbs., it offers outstanding structural efficiency with innovative adjustable parts; a two-piece/locking front wheel chock, an advanced gripping tire track for wide tires, two broad tie down arms with a patented design, an elongated ramp with quicker loading access and a stabilizing single bolt connection to vehicles. Release your concerns and haul in maximum confidence with the MotoTote Max+.
StableStop Chock Extra Wide
MaxHold HD Tracks
BroadPull+ Arms (Front & Back)
ZeroWobble+ Hitch Mount
Dimensions & Specifications
"I was very skeptical about putting a $13,000 Kawasaki ZX6R on this carrier but let me tell you, it works."
Easy to assemble and install with video instructions.
Secure connection to vehicle. Nice ramp and feels solid.
I recently purchased this tote to bring my XSR from Ontario to New Brunswick, about 2500km. Every bump along the road made me cringe (afraid of dropping the bike), but everytime I stopped to check the attachment it was all still rock solid! We even took some scenic and remote dirt roads along the way, so definitely put some stress on the hitch. Made it here with no troubles at all; would definitely recommend!
Also super easy to put together, the videos couldn’t have been easier to follow! Loading and offloading are easy as well, I’m about 5”9 and had no trouble doing it alone, as long as your straps are placed and ready to hold the bike once it’s up on the chock.
Easy to build and install. Super high quality. Ours came with some slight scratches from shipping and they sent touch up paint overnight.
I’m very satisfied with my Moto Tote Max + and the customer service. I was not shipped one of the pack of bolts so I couldn’t complete the assembly process. I contacted them by email on a Friday and I had the pack of bolts by Monday. I just completed an 800 mile trip with my 2018 Moto Guzzi V7 and the Moto Tote performed flawlessly! I would definitely recommend it.
I was very skeptical about putting a $13K ZX6R on this carrier but let me tell you, it works. I went from San Antonio TX to Raleigh, NC and then another trip from NC to NY and back. Both trips I took this and had my bike on it, it never budged, all the straps stayed tight, and the bike never bumped the truck, never came close to falling off, and I did it by myself most of the time. I am a 6' guy and I had no problems pushing my bike up the ramp and on to the carrier. Only con, the lights you can buy separately should be included with the purchase, it is pretty unsafe without them.
I love the build quality. I'm using it to haul my KTM super adventure 1290s. It's about 500 to 525 lbs. I am not a fan of the bolt that is used to secure it to the hitch to eliminate the rocking. I purchased the hitch tightener on amazon and that actually secured it much better than the bolt design from rocking side to side. I also had to put a washer under the pin for the ramp when it is in storage. It jumps around back there because the pin alone allows clearance to "rattle"
I ordered the MotoTote max plus I could tell by looking at the construction it is a great motorcycle carrier. Unfortunately I never got to use it because I decided to sell my RV but Marvin the owner and manager was so incredible helping me through the return process and the assembly process. I will be definitely getting another one once I figure out what vehicle I will be purchasing. Great company, great service.
It’s solid and better designed than most hitch carriers but it still needs improvement. The clearances on parts are too tight. Had to use some lube and a Mallot to get the cross bar and hitch spine parts to fit together as well as the tie down arms connected to cross bar. The Max seems to have gutters going all the way down the line but the wings / gutters on the Max+ stop at the back wheel making the front wheel pretty susceptible to going off the rail when loading and unloading your bike. You need to be very precise in your alignment. There’s tubing on each side but it’s not high enough to offer much assurance. When you do get it on it seems pretty trustworthy. My bike is 430 lb wet. Definitely have a helping hand the first few times loading and unloading.
Exactly what I want, and surprised me after got installed. Nice quality.