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Top Selling Straps

People Love our Straps

"Substantial, high quality straps to haul your motorcycle or other cargo"

Linda C

"The other advantage is being able to strap the bike down and unhook without a helper"

Aaron S

"These are 10 times stronger than others I've used. We strapped down his bike and off we went. 65 miles of the roughest terrain you could imagine"

R Lozia

Testimonials

These are the best tie down straps period! i used these to trailer my motorcycle from Lancaster pa to Queens NY and my bike did not move an inch

J.C.

These are working great!! I just picked up my first bike (driving back now) and bought these straps from watching the videos...

Samantha

Really like the security that these straps provide while transporting my bike,mower or anything else...

Stephen H

Why The Professionals use These Straps

No stress on Suspension

Tank Straps put no pressure or stress on the motorcycles suspension, keeping a consistant amount of tension on the strap and allowing the bike to absorb the bumps without taking tension on and off of the strap. like above the suspension straps.

No Weak Points

The weakest point of any tie down strap is the Hooks at the ends, Tank Straps has no hooks and loops back into its self creating endless loop. The aviation grade Webbing is rated for 10,000lb and the Ratchet for 4,000lb more than enough for your Bike

Most Secure

You might be skeptical because we are strapping at a lower point of the bike. but once you try Tank Straps you will see that these straps dont flex and the bike is significantly more secure, When you do the shake test the Truck and motorcycle should move as one.

Confidence Down the Road

We do this for a living and these straps gives us the confidence to focus on the road

Any Make and Model

The straps can be used to transport all motorcycles

Perfect for your Harley

No need for soft ties the straps wont scratch the metal and does not touch any paint

The biggest bikes are no match

We use these on all of the bikes we transport

Why so Tough?