Hauling multiple bikes

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12/10/2017 7:05 PM

Hey guys!

For any of you guys hauling 3 bikes in your trucks, what do you use to space the middle bike? I occasionally haul 3 bikes in my F-350 and have found putting a Rhino Ramp in front of the middle bike spaces the bikes out well enough that they don't hit against each other, but I am curious if there is a better set up out there.

Cheers Fellas!

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12/10/2017 8:39 PM

jrrundle wrote:

Hey guys!

For any of you guys hauling 3 bikes in your trucks, what do you use to space the middle bike? I occasionally haul 3 bikes in my F-350 and have found putting a Rhino Ramp in front of the middle bike spaces the bikes out well enough that they don't hit against each other, but I am curious if there is a better set up out there.

Cheers Fellas!

I put a bike stand in the middle so the bars aren’t hitting

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12/10/2017 8:46 PM

My beat up old tool box, I guess that is why it is so beat.

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12/10/2017 9:11 PM

Clubmx got 4 in an f150 lean the outside bikes against the bedsides with something like a pillow to keep from scratching turn the bars and you shouldnt have no problem with the center one.
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12/10/2017 9:37 PM

First two on each side of the bed, tool box in the middle against the front of the bed, then put the third bike in the middle backwards up against the tool box. How we do it every time

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12/10/2017 10:51 PM

mattyhamz2 wrote:

First two on each side of the bed, tool box in the middle against the front of the bed, then put the third bike in the middle backwards up against the tool box. How we do it every time

I’m kicking myself right now, because I’ve seen people load their bikes like this countless times but never made the connection to do it. I could see this being more of a challenge because of the height of my truck, but I’ll give it a try next time I go riding. Cheers!

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