Remove the ramp from the rear slot/position. Next, insert the teeth of the ramp into the slots on the front tire track.
(B.) Prepare Tie Downs & Push 2nd Bike Up Ramp
Plan for the tie down process as you did for the first motorcycle.Tilt the bike toward yourself so you can lean into it, using your body weight to help push the bike up the ramp until you roll into the front wheelstop.Some users prefer to get a rolling start before pushing the bike up the ramp.DO NOT ATTEMPT POWER A MOTORCYCLE OR SCOOTER UP THE RAMP WITH THE ENGINE RUNNING!
(C.) Secure Handlebars to Front Tie Down Arm
Locate the correct tie down loops as shown in the photo, to provide maximum leverage.We recommend connecting the one closest to the vehicle first, as it will support the bike and allow you to more easily complete the tie down process.Alternate back and forth while tightening until the bike is secured and centered.Tie off excess straps for safety and security.
(D.) Secure Back of Bike to Rear Tie Down Loops
With a single tie down or an AceBikes Tyrefix, tie the strap directly over the back tire and tighten.The main objective here is to keep the rear tire from bouncing out of the track.For a scooter you can go over the seat or luggage rack.
(E.) Stow Loading Ramp for Transport
Lift and detach the loading ramp from the tire track.Place in dedicated position on ramp keeper tab and linch pin reciever post. Insert linch pin and flip to secure.Double check your work! The likliest mishap is a tie down error. You are now ready to roll!
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