Rack N Ride MX Carrier


Made from Australian Bluescope Steel, NOT a Chinese product.

5 Year Structural Warranty and Designed for serious off road use.

Our MX Carrier is specifically designed for MX and Enduro bikes with a 21” front (easily adjusts for 17″ & 19″ fronts).

There is no better way to transport your bike.

Once you pull a bike down 1.5″ to 2″ by the pegs / frame you’ll never use tie downs again.

Bike is super secure and it doesn’t compress your forks, will not even hold a fork saver in place.

Dropping your front wheel in a hole and yanking your bike down with tie downs is cave man stuff.

Carrier is supplied with everything needed to use it:

Snap Hooks, Turnbuckles, Shackles, Loading Ramp, Anti Tilt Bracket, Shim Plates, Strap to stop Turnbuckles vibrating loose.

Price includes LED light kit with licence plate light, you need to supply your own connector as we cannot source from Australia.

Rated for MX / Enduro / Dual Sport bikes up to 395lbs.

Weighs 70lbs incl Loading Ramp, Loading Ramp weighs 11lbs so if you remove that to install on vehicle brings carrier down to 59lbs.

Go to the INSTRUCTIONS page for videos of loading, unloading, securing bike as well as detailed assembly.

    Standard length fits 95% of vehicles. Jeeps with spare tire on rear will need a longer bar.

    Standard ramp is easy to load if the bottom of your hitch is up to 20" off the ground.



If you’d like more information after you’ve checked out the drawings below please contact us.


90% of vehicles are STANDARD LENGTH Main Bar.

Style side Pickup Trucks and SUV’s with NO spare tire on rear door are STANDARD LENGTH.

Dual Cab Ute Tub

Jeeps with a spare tire on the rear door, 4×4’s with swing away spare tires, jerry can holders will need a longer main bar.

On the standard length main bar your bikes inside foot peg is 9″ from the center of the hitch pin hole.

Jeeps want 50-100mm (2″-4″) between the foot peg and the spare tire.

Pickups with a service body want 50-100mm (2″-4″) between the foot peg and end of tray.

Standard length bar is not supplied with longer bar option.

SUV Wagon with Spare Tyre on Rear Door

Tray back Ute

Tray back Ute with Canopy


If you run a tape out 50″, 60″, 70″ from the top of your hitch to the ground you’ll see the loading angle.

50″ Ramp – On a standard height 4WD (receiver is up to 20″ off the ground) your bike is easy to load.

60″ Ramp – If you have a lift kit or your hitch is 22″ + off the ground this will make it easier to load .

70″ Ramp – Higher lifts and bigger tires will need this.


For 90% of people with 4×4’s the standard height works fine, fire trails, easy access 4WD into camp sites.

If you want to do the Desert, Cape, High Country or any other serious 4×4 then clearance is king.

Also stronger as it’s braced with 4mm Bluescope plate each side of joints.

Lifts are measured center to center.