2 full sized sport bikes are rough to get into a full width bed. Think "mini-truck" sized bed with the ram boxes.Just curious, based off personal experience or just guessing?
Damn I had a Toyota Tacoma (2007) and went to the track with 2 sportbikes all the time! With room to spare! What year toyota did you have?2 full sized sport bikes are rough to get into a full width bed. Think "mini-truck" sized bed with the ram boxes.
Like I said... depending on the bike, and how wide your clip-on's are... they will touch, IF you can get them both in. AND... your tie down points will be shallow.
To answer your question directly... we will call it an educated guess. I've put a lot of bikes in the back of trucks over the years... and I know I couldn't get 2 sport bikes in the back of my Toyota.
OK... there is one way you could make it work... but I don't recommend it. If you put the second bike in backwards, they won't hit... but without compressing the forks some, it may fall over.
I think that same picture was posted on page one of this thread.Sorry to revive an old thread. Thought I would add a picture I found on the net to help give some perspective to others (Like Me!) coming across this thread. That's probably a 600cc sportbike. Maybe a 750. If anyone else has pics of motorcycles in a Rambox equipped bed, the pics would be greatly appreciated. Also, please indicate whether your bed is a 5.5' or 6.5' ft. Thanks!
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You guys loading bikes and quads into the truck beds have my admiration. I watched a guy hurt himself loading a quad when it tipped off the ramp. I mean he got hurt.
To do that with a motorcycle and actually ride the thing up a steep ramp into the bed takes big ones. Surely it holds one bike inside the Ram boxes. Surely that one bike would not be mine unless it was an emergency. That's why I have a 5 x 8 Anderson trailer. Easy ride up, on and in. Same with the toy-hauler trailer I have.
Buy a cheap trailer. You will find lots of use for it and maybe save your butt for some riding fun on the road.