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While ratcheting tie downs are the easiest way to properly tension your bike for transport, many riders have shied away from this design due to their sudden release while unloading the bike. Ancra Ratcheting Big Bike Tie Downs feature a patented gradual-release mechanism which makes removing tension on your bike a much less tenuous job by eliminating the sudden release and possible bike damage that can occur with conventional ratcheting tie down straps. These straps are 1-1/2” wide by 66” long which makes them perfect for short or long-range bike hauling work. You can choose your color too, since Big Bike Tie Downs come in black, blue or red.

These are not yet on our website, call TJ at 866-931-6644 ext 817 to get these tie downs for $42 a pair with free shipping anywhere in the lower 48 states. You can also send us an email if you have any questions regarding these particular tie downs – send those to FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM with ANCRA BIG BIKE in the subject line and we’ll get back to you right away.

Sold as a pair.


Ratcheting mechanism is built with high-quality hardware throughout including rubberized controls for an easy grip.


Ancra’s patented gradual-release mechanism means no sudden tipping of your bike when you’re trying to get everything out of the trailer by yourself.


Both hooks are rubberized as well.
 

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Speaking of tie downs... where do you tie your SRR down in front? I've normally used canyon dancers (many advise against this) or hook/loops around the lower triple, but the ties rub against the fairing when tying down forward. Thoughts?

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Good question. We used the Pit Bull trailer restraint when we transported our S1KRR the last time. We used two of these straps on the front just to steady the bike not so much tie it down.
 
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