Risk Racing Lock N Load Strapless Tie Down System - Reference 77849
The “Lock-N-Load” Moto Transport System securely holds your motocross bike in your trailer without the use of tie-down straps, floor anchors or wheel chocks. It takes an enormous amount of pressure off of the fork seals during transit, and it frees up valuable space allowing the transport of more motorcycles or gear.
Additionally, the Lock-N-Load can quickly be removed from the trailer floor by unscrewing the 4 thumb screws leaving only the low profile mounting plates. Each plate has a “D” ring for additional anchor points on your trailer floor.
To operate the Lock-N-Load, rotate the knobs into the lock position and simply roll or ride your bike into the trailer until your foot pegs hit the open jaws of the Lock-N-Load. Then step on the upper jaws and they will automatically lock into place. To release your bike, simply rotate the knobs into the release position and step on the top jaws. This will automatically release the jaws and free your motorcycle. For additional safety, insert the attached locking pins prior to transport. You can replace the locking pins with pad locks for added security and a theft deterrent.
Risk Racing Lock N Load System How to use:
- To operate the Lock N Load, rotate the knobs into the lock position and simply roll or ride your bike into the trailer until your foot pegs hit the open jaws of the Lock N Load.
- Then step on the upper jaws and they will automatically lock into place.
- To release your bike, simply rotate the knobs into the release position and step on the top jaws.
- This will automatically release the jaws and free your motorcycle or motocross bike.
- For additional safety, insert the attached locking pins prior to transport. You can replace the locking pins with pad locks for added security and a theft deterrent.
Risk Racing Lock N Load features:
- Available in Standard and Junior sizes (See sizing image for details)
- No more web of straps, wheel chocks or floor anchors. This is a much simpler and cleaner solution.
- Load more bikes and gear in your truck or trailer. Load bikes shroud to shroud, 4 bikes wide in a trailer!
- Saves fork seals by drastically reducing fork seal pressures. Leave your bike in your trailer overnight!
- Quick release from trailer floor. Only the low profile plates with extra “D” Ring remain on the floor.
- Includes Fitting Kit for Installation
Risk Racing Lock N Load Measurement Guide:
We have two sizes of Lock-N-Loads available. Our standard size will fit full size MX specific bikes, or bikes with similar size and weight characteristics. The Lock-N-Load JUNIOR is designed to fit 85cc MX specific bikes, or bikes with similar size and weight characteristics. 2-stroke 250cc bikes or larger with large exhaust can often be loaded backwards.
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- 1 x Lock-N-Load.
- 1 x Trailer plate set.
- Extra trailer plates are available for use in multiple trailers, or truck bed plates for use in the bed of the truck!
The Lock-N-Load is designed for use with 125cc- 450cc modern motocross specific bikes, or bikes with similar geometry regarding foot peg width and height
Question: Is the bike stable without tie-downs or wheel chocks?
Answer: Yes, the bike is very secure and stable as you drive down the road. The front tire may move a little from left to right, but is generally held in place by the rake of the suspension. If you do find movement of the front tire, it will not affect the security of the bike.
Question: Can I leave my bike clamped in the Lock-N-Load overnight without damage to my suspension?
Answer: Yes, the Lock-N-Load is designed to put minimal pressure on your suspension. The bike sits at less than pre-load height and distributes the pressure to both front and rear suspension.
Question: Why can I wiggle the bike a little bit when I shake the handle bars or press on the seat?
Answer: The Lock-N-Load is designed to hold your bike securely as you travel down the road. When being transported, all the forces on the bike come from the trailer floor and are transferred directly to the tires and foot pegs, not the bars or the seat. You can see from the videos online that the bike travels very securely when held in this manor.
Question: Can I mount bikes close together with the Lock-N-Load?
Answer: Yes, in fact you can mount them right next to each other, shroud to shroud. In a common toy hauler, or wide body trailer, you can mount 4 bikes wide by slightly staggering the handlebars as shown in the image above. You can also mount them fairly close to the trailer wall.
Question: Will my bike fit in the Lock-N-Load?
Answer: We now have two sizes of Lock-N-Loads (The Lock-N-Load and The Lock-N-Load JUNIOR). The Lock-N-Load is designed to fit FULL SIZE MX BIKES, or bikes with similar geometry (Foot peg width from tip to tip: 18”-20” (455mm-510mm), foot peg height: 15”-17.5” (380mm-445mm)). The Lock-N-Load JUNIOR is designed to fit 85cc MX BIKES, or bikes with similar geometry (Foot peg width from tip to tip: 18“-20”(455mm-510mm), foot peg height: 12.5”-14.75” (320mm-375mm)).
A final note: Often trail bikes WITHOUT a folding shift lever will not fit.
Question: Can I mount the Lock-N-Load in the bed of my truck?
Answer: Yes, we have a truck bed accessory plate that spans the corrugation of your truck bed and mounts the Lock-N-Load in the bed of a truck. This eliminates the need for a brace on the front of your truck bed to prevent the front of the bed from bending. You can also stagger the mounting and easily put three bikes in a standard truck bed without putting one in backwards. Additionally, the Lock-N-Load is quick release from the truck bed leaving only the low profile mounting plates so you can still use your truck as a truck! (Truck Bed Adaper plate MFG#:77879)
Question: Will the Lock-N-Load work with my 2-stroke?
Answer: Yes, but the large collector area of your 2-stroke exhaust may be an obstacle. Simply lower a jaw when loading the bike or simply put the bike in backwards. It will work either way.
Question: Why do the mounting plates have D-Rings?
Answer: The D-Rings have nothing to do with the Lock-N-Load. They are simply there as an additional tie-down location for other items you may have. The low-profile mounting plates are mounted to your trailer floor so they might as well be another functional part of your trailer.