Cruiserlift system sells for $2995.00. There are three options available, and those
are the Mist Shield that sells for $150.00, the Bike
Pro locking wheel chock that sells for $189.00, and the Tow
Vehicle Extension that sells for $95.00. To view the Cruiserlift
Pricing click on this Order Form link.
The Cruiserlift System is the best engineered RV Motorcycle Lift System on the market.
We know that you hear this same pledge from every manufacturer of RV motorcycle lifts out there. We feel that if you do your
homework and digest all of the product information on the features and benefits available, you will come to the conclusion
that the Cruiserlift is the best system for your Class-A motor coach.
At the bottom of this page is a standard features chart of the Cruiserlift
RV Motorcycle carrier System. The system may also be used to transport two small scooters, or two dirt bikes with the
addition of another motorcycle tray. The Cruiserlift System is the perfect compliment to your motor coach when carrying your
recreational vehicle toys. The Cruiserlift System may appear structurally overbuilt to some, but it was designed and engineered
for long lasting appearance and durability.
The motorcycle tray has a ground clearance of 40" to allow the
tow vehicle to motor coach distance to be as short as possible. This distance also keeps the motorcycle out of most road debris
while traveling as well as keeping the motorcycle tray from bottoming out on the road while maneuvering steep road and driveway
transitions. Other systems may have a 27" clearance, allowing the motorcycle tray to drag while moving over steep
transitions in the road or driveways. For a photo reference comparison,
see the Cruiserlift Frequently Asked Questions #11.
The Cruiserlift RV Motorcycle
Lifts can be fully assembled and disassembled by one individual in approximately 10-15 minutes. It is the only system
available with a road dampening shock system.
The system has a weight carrying capacity of 1000 pounds. You have the ability to flat tow a 6000
pound vehicle when using the Cruiserlift System.
WILL THE CRUISERLIFT SYSTEM INSTALL ONTO MY MOTOR COACH? Click on the link to review coach install requirements for the Cruiserlift system. This information will help you evaluate
your coach for system installation. The Added Weight Formula will calculate the amount of weight being added to
the rear of the coach with system and motorcycle installed. This formula takes into consideration the amount of overhang from
the rear axle to the rear of the coach. This calculation must be done in order to examine whether your coach can handle the
weights associated with a lift system.
For Fifth Wheel Travel Trailer, Class-C and Class-B Motor Coaches, we have
a solution for transporting your motorcycles, ATV's, and golf carts. Check out the Swivelwheel page.
For pickups, the Cruiser Ramp pickup loader may be the solution. The loader may be installed into your pickup and towed behind the
You need to be aware of the towing laws within the states that you will be traveling through in regards
to auxillary brake controls for your towed vehicle. Most states have a required weight limit where an auxillary brake control
must be installed. You can follow this link to a reference site with Auxillary Braking System Towing Laws. Also, the towed vehicle must be attached to the Cruiserlift system as it would
be to when directly attached to the motorhome. The tow bar must be level from the towed vehicle to the motorhome or Cruiserlift
system. Most tow bar manufacturers have a safety zone in setting the tow bar up. This is usually no more than 2"-3"
above or below the center of the tow vehicles receiver hitch. Anything outside of those parameters may cause damage or breakage
in a sudden stop, especially if an auxillary break controller is not being utilized.