PICKERINGTON, Ohio — Loading your motorcycle or all-terrain vehicle into the back of a pickup truck can be a hassle. Now, American Motorcyclist Association members can buy one of the most secure and innovative ramps available today for less.
AMA-benefit partner Shark Kage, based in Las Vegas, provides a generous 20 percent discount on its ramps to all current AMA members. AMA members can take advantage of the discount by using a unique code available in the Members Only section of www.americanmotorcyclist.com.
“Shark Kage makes one of the most ingenious, multi-use motorcycle ramps you can buy today,” said AMA Vice President of Operations Jeff Massey. “Anyone who has loaded a motorcycle or ATV into the back of a pickup truck knows how sketchy the process can be. This heavy-duty ramp eliminates a lot of the worry. It’s really great that Shark Kage is providing this substantial discount exclusively to AMA members.”
Shark Kage (www.sharkkage.com) has also applied to be an AMA Business Member in support of the association’s mission to promote the motorcycle lifestyle and protect the future of motorcycling.
“We’re happy to offer these savings to AMA members,” said Shark Kage Director of Marketing Shauntel Ludwig. “We engineered our six-in-one multi-use ramp with motorcyclists and ATV riders in mind, and its numerous features are designed to make life easier so you can focus more on enjoying your ride.”
The Shark Kage functions as a loading ramp, a bed extender, a secure cargo box and a cargo cover, as well as a worktable and a sunshade with additional accessories. Shark Kage attaches to a truck’s tailgate using a specially designed mounting plate, providing a secure anchor so it can safely perform all six of its functions.
For more about the benefits of being a member of the American Motorcyclist Association, as well as insight into the best rides and events for riders, follow the AMA on Facebook at www.facebook.com/americanmotorcyclist, on Twitter @ama_riding, @ama_racing or @ama_rights, and on Instagram @ama_riding. For a full list of AMA member benefits and discounts, see www.americanmotorcyclist.com.