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  1. 1 review

    ThumperTalk Tested! If you have a bike, chances are you need a loading ramp. Not everyone has a full sized pickup to store a typical 6'+ long ramp, so sometimes smaller can be better. A folding ramp can certainly help. • Folds in half for space saving • “Louver” style track allows for better traction • High-quality aircraft grade aluminum • Lightweight, weighs only 18 lbs. • Heavy duty steel hinge • Rubber coating on both steel tongues • Incorporated tongue pin helps keep ramp in place on tail gate • Handy carry handle and secure latch • 400 lbs. maximum load capacity • Overall length = 89.5”, overall width = 6.5”
  2. This last Friday was the start of the longest off-road race held in the United States called the Best In The Desert Vegas to Reno. Team Shark Kage decided about 2 weeks before the event that we needed to get a team together and race the grueling 540 mile desert race. We didn't have much time to prepare and had finished prepping our race bike about 3 am the night before the race. Working off of about 45 minutes of sleep the first bikes were taking off the start line at 5:45 AM. This was the first desert race other than some smaller races only about 3 hours that I have raced before in my racing career. Me and Cort (my teammate) have never been in this race before and had no expectations whatsoever. Our mission was to just have fun, be safe, and finish the race. While waiting for Cort to arrive at pit 3 I was very nervous and excited at the same time to have my first portion of the 540 mile long race. The track was very well laid out and marked by Casey Folks and the BITD crew who helped put this race together. As soon as I took off I fell instantly in love with desert racing and the different way you see and attack things over other styles of racing. One of my favorite parts of this whole experience was being tested not only physically but mentally. The most challenging part was holding the bike wide open tapped out in the nasty thick dust not being able to see if you are going to hit a big rock or a washed out rain rut. What I also fell in love with was seeing Nevada in a different way than I have even seen it before. Just seeing the terrain change along with the scenery as we marched our way up to Reno is something I will never forget. Going over a dry lake bed at speeds of over 90 MPH and seeing things that I have never seen before. Needless to say I am completely in love with the desert and the beauty that it brings to the world. I did my final 70 mile portion and handed the bike off to Cort for the last leg of the race. Me and the pit crew took off to the finish line anxiously awaiting him to come across the finish line. We heard the trucks were breathing right down our necks making us all nervous. When we saw him pull up to the finish line we were all excited, relieved, and STOKED that the Shark Kage team finished the entire 540 mile race without any major issues. We finished the race in 12 hours and 24 minutes right behind the first trophy truck of Jason Voss. Our team/pit crew of only 4 guys and one chase truck finished the grueling race and we ended up finishing 7th Open Expert and 43rd overall. I cannot wait to race the next BITD race in the future and I am very thankful for the entire Shark Kage team for this amazing experience. Thank you SHARK KAGE!!! https://sharkkage.com/
  3. The Shark Kage can be used in lots of different ways than your traditional loading ramp. You can use the work table configuration to maintain your bike, hold your gear, extend the length of your truck bed and much more! How would you use your Shark Kage?! www.sharkkage.com
  4. Hello everyone, I am introducing the new and exciting new product known as the Shark Kage! Shark Kage is the hottest ramp innovation in decades! The first of its kind MULTI-USE RAMP for your pickup truck, Shark Kage is a much needed, better choice for loading motorcycles, ATV’s, and more. Shark Kage is the ultimate 6 in 1 ‘smart-buy’ and even becomes a large cargo box! Shark Kage attaches to your tailgate via the Shark Bite mounting plate and securely supports all 6 functions, creating a confidence-inspiring experience. Say goodbye to the hassle of loading and unloading motorcycles and ATV’s! If you’re into construction, landscaping, farming, hunting, or anything else in the great outdoors, Shark Kage will quickly become your most loved and needed truck accessory. We have recently launched a kickstarter campaign to help with the launch of the Shark Kage. I will answer any questions that you may have about the Shark Kage or any questions in general about riding or racing. Please check out the link to our website and our kickstarter page. Thank you all for your time and interest. Daniel www.Sharkkage.com Kickstarter link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/sharkkage/shark-kage-ramp?ref=live
  5. The Shark Kage is the first of its kind. It is a 6-in-1 multi-function loading ramp. It can be configured into a high capacity loading ramp, cargo box, bed extender, cargo cover, work table, and a sun shade. The Shark Kage is made of high quality military grade aluminum and it attached directly to your trucks tailgate so you can ride your vehicle right into the bed! The Shark Kage was built by riders for riders! If you would like to see the Shark Kage in action or learn more about it please visit our website at https://sharkkage.com/ If you have any questions or comments please feel free to leave them below or PM me and I'll get back to you asap
  6. what's a nice compact moto ramp that I could keep in my van without taking up a lot of space. I don't like the ones with a bend in it because they don't fold flat one of these folding ones seem nice like the fly: http://www.motorcycle-superstore.com/4983/i/fly-racing-folding-runway-ramp http://www.motorcycle-superstore.com/4989/i/fly-racing-folding-aluminum-motorcycle-ramp http://www.harborfreight.com/6-ft-x-9-inch-tri-fold-load-ramps-1-pair-96513.html
  7. After much deliberation I decided to take the topper off my truck and buy a loading ramp. Trouble is the ramp is very steep ~ 30-45 degs depending on how the truck (long bed 4x4) is sitting. There are two straps to attach the ramp to the truck to keep it from moving and the ramp is ~ 4 ft wide. So far so good, but I wonder if it's going to be sketchy when the ramp is wet with snow/rain/mud. I was thinking about putting some grip tape on the ramp to help with this. What do you guys think? I see most guys push their bikes up the loading ramps, but they have narrow moto ramps. Mine is designed for loading ATV, so obviously designed to be ridden up... Here's what I bought http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0007Y5TB4/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  8. The Shark Kage 6-in-1 multi-function loading ramp is now on sale for only $499!!! We are having a special sale right now and taking $200 bucks off the retail price! If you haven't see the Shark Kage before it is a innovative new multi-function loading ramp that can do it all! Its 6 major functions are a cargo box, high capacity loading ramp, work table, cargo cover, sun shade, and bed extender! If you would like to learn more about the Shark Kage check out our website at https://sharkkage.com/ If you have any questions on the Shark Kage please comment, PM me, or call us here at 702-982-1400. Thank you!!!!
  9. 2 reviews

    The Sport Kage is our most popular and versatile multi-use ramp. At 92″ long, it’s a perfect ramp for most any application including ATV’s, sport bikes, café racers, dual-sport, motocross, and more. Multi Use Ramp Cargo Box Cargo Cover Bed Extender Dimensions: 47″ x 92″ Total Load Capacity: 1,200 lbs.
  10. 2 reviews

    DIMENSIONS / SPECS SR-B5 or SR-B6 NUMBER OF STEPS:5/6 WEIGHT:32 LBS. FOR 5 STEP, 34 LBS. FOR 6 STEP LENGTH: 72-82" WIDTH CLOSED:15-16.5" WIDTH OPEN:31.5-33" HEIGHT CLOSED:5" HEIGHT OPEN:3.5" LOAD HEIGHTS:30-38" FOR 5 STEP 36-44" FOR 6 STEP www.stepramp.com
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