The Mini is a scaled down version of MotoTote’s premium motorcycle carriers, designed as a heavy duty bike rack for heavy electric bikes and motorbikes.
Unlike unstable bike racks, the MotoTote Mini leverages 20 years of motorcycle carrier innovation to confidently haul up to 200 lbs. with unmatched stability; leveraging advanced cradling technologies and a wobble free platform to secure bikes with tire sizes up to 5” to any 2“ receiver.
The Mini is proudly manufactured in Texas by MotoTote.
Works with: X-class, Grizzly, D-Class and Kepler
Max Bike Weight
Up to 5"
Front & Rear Tire Sizes
Up to 52"
What makes the MotoTote Mini the best electric bike rack?
Easy to Load
Forget awkwardly lifting up your heavy bike. Simply lift the front tire in to the tire track, roll the bike forward, and then lift the rear tire into the tire holder.
Simple to Secure
With the front tire wedged in the front wheel chock, secure the bike with using soft loop tie downs that connect the handlebars to the tie down arms. Then secure the back tire with a wheel tie.
Road Tested & Trusted
With over 20 years experience hauling motorcycles up to 600 lbs., MotoTote carriers and tie downs are trusted for heavy hauling by riders worldwide.
For Heavy Electric Bikes
Motorcycle carrier design optimized for heavier electric bikes with oversized tires up to 200 lbs. Adjustable for a wheelbase up to 52".
The cost of this carrier deserves a installation manual, I had a master mechanic helping me and he was scratching his head from time to time. Should haave included the fastening pin for the holder.
Greg C. (Union City, US)
MotoTote Mini Bike Rack
MotoTote Mini Bike rack was a great purchase. I have it mounted on the back of my Jeep and it's super stable and inspires confidence when traveling down the road at 60 MPH. Potholes and rough roads do not faze it! I am looking forward to the add on second bike carrier and the loading ramp that is in the works for this unit.
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