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5 Best ATV Ramps Compared: Pros And Cons

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5 Best ATV Ramps

Black Widow Bi-Fold Ramp

Best ATV Ramps

Pros and Cons

  • Pros
  • Extra long 95 inches
  • Lightweight aluminum construction
  • Bi-fold design
  • Full width ramp
  • 1,500 weight capacity
  • Cons
  • Higher end option
  • Welding could be strengthened and improved
  • Heavier than two separate ramps
  • Warranty information difficult to find

One of the longest ramps on the market. Longer ramps are ideal for larger pickup trucks and are generally safer for all users.

Bi-fold ATV ramp with 1,500 lb weight capacity.

7′ 11″ (95 inches) long, 50” wide when in use. Folds up to 7’11” long 25” wide and 5” height. The rungs are serrated for extra traction. Ramp weighs 41 lbs.

A one piece ramp is heavier than two separate ramps, so this could potentially be an issue for some users.

Comes with two adjustable safety straps to secure the ramp to the vehicle.

Pit Posse Pair Of ATV Folding Ramps

Best ATV Ramps

Pros and Cons

  • Pros
  • Highly rated
  • Excellent customer satisfaction
  • Established 20 year old company
  • Lightweight aluminum construction
  • Weight rating of 1,500 (750 lbs each)
  • Folding design
  • 100% money back guarantee
  • 5 year guarantee against workmanship and defects
  • Cons
  • Narrow width
  • Welding could be improved
  • Two ramps required for ATVs
  • On the shorter side
  • Provided loading straps are weak

Pit Posse is a top rated industry leader known for making some of the best ATV ramps on the market. Strong aluminum construction, heavy duty hinges and joints ensure years of reliable use.

These ramps come fully assembled, so they’re ready to use right out of the box. It’s also a nice touch that they include a couple tie down straps to keep them secure for easier loading and unloading.

Each ramp weighs only 16 lbs and folds up to a length of 46 inches. Fully extended, each ramp is 89 inches long, 11 inches wide long and capable of holding 750 lbs.

With an overall length of 7.5 feet, these ramps may not be the best fit for consumers looking for a longer ramp with a less steep angle.

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Yutrax Bi-Fold ATV Ramp

Best ATV Ramps

Pros and Cons

  • Pros
  • Extra long 85 inches
  • Full width ramp (extra wide)
  • Bi-fold construction
  • Lightweight aluminum construction
  • Weight capacity 1,600
  • Manufactured by well established company
  • Cons
  • Heavier than two separate ramps
  • Requires some minor assembly
  • Warranty information difficult to find

This ramp is about a foot longer than other similar competitor ramps. When opened, it is 86 inches long and 50 inches wide.

When folded, ramp is 86 inches long x 25.4 inches wide.

This ramp may be heavier and more unwieldy to use/set up due to the fact that it is one piece rather than two separate ramps. This isn’t necessarily a deal breaker, but should be considered.

It weighs 43 lbs and has a weight capacity of 1,600 lbs. Comes with adjustable straps to secure the ramp in place.

Yutrax is manufactured by Ardisam, an outdoor manufacturing company that has been in business since 1960.

Heavy duty hinges and joints are welded for extra strength.

Related: How To Safely Use An ATV Ramp

Clevr Punch Plate ATV Ramp Pair

Best ATV Ramps

Pros and Cons

  • Pros
  • Lightweight aluminum construction
  • Foldable
  • Arched design
  • Punch plate design (safer to use)
  • Good for motorcycles and ATVs
  • Cons
  • Narrow
  • Cut outs have sharp edges
  • Shorter length
  • When folded, the ramp is about 1 inch taller than competitors
  • Straps need improvement

Punch plate design is easier and more comfortable to walk on and reduces the risk of injury from getting a foot stuck. However, the cutouts have sharp edges, so using heavy gloves is recommended.

Unfolded the ramps are 7.5 feet long, 11 inches wide and have a combined weigh capacity of 1,500 lbs. Folded in half, they measure 46 inches x 11 inches x 6 inches. Ramps weighs 16 1/2 lbs. each.

The arched design allows for better clearance and easier loading/unloading for low clearance vehicles like lawn mowers/motorcycles. Arched ramps are also better for users who have both ATVs and motorcycles.

A potential downside of this arched construction is that when folded these ramps are about an inch taller than competing models. Consider this if you’re tight on space.

Two safety straps are included with your ramp purchase.

Caliber Universal ATV and Snowmobile Ramp 

Best ATV Ramps

Pros and Cons

  • Pros
  • Ideal for ATVs and snowmobiles
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Wide (12 5/8 inches) ramp
  • Tri-fold design
  • Excellent overall customer satisfaction
  • Cons
  • Heavier than most traditional ATV ramps
  • Short
  • Pricier option
  • Not suited for heavy motorcycles
  • Latch that secures it when folded needs improvement
  • At 7.5 feet long, this ramp is shorter than similar competing models.

The ramp has an overall width of 52 1/8 inches. Each outer ramp is 12 5/8 inches wide. Middle rung area is 25 5/8 inches wide with 6 1/2 inches between rungs.

With a tri-fold design, this ramp folds down to 7.5 inches long, 27 inches wide and 5 inches thick.

At 50lbs, this ramp is definitely on the heavier side. The compromise is a bit of extra weight for added functionality.

This is the best ATV ramp for multi-sport enthusiasts – works for ATVs and snowmobiles. It can accommodate snowmobiles ski stances down to 30 inches. Also works for golf carts and other vehicles with four wheels like riding mowers.

Not ideal for heavy motorcycles or push mowers. Although the ramp is technically “one piece”, the weight should be dispersed equally on the two end pieces for a total of 1,500 lbs.

Weight capacity of 1,500 lbs. Includes a strap for securing the ramp to your vehicle.

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