ABOUT KARTRIDER

Kartrider Weight
Only 12kg
Kartrider One Person
Fast and easy one-person job
Kartrider Safe
Safe and secure transportation
Kartrider Folds
Folds for easy storage
Kartrider Durable
Durable
Kartrider Drain Fuel
No need to drain fuel
Kartrider Only Product
Only product of its kind
Kartrider British
Designed and made in the UK
 


Transport / Storage

Transport / Storage

KartRider is a light-weight platform which fits into your van/trailer and helps transport your kart easily between home and track.

Rollers allow you to slide the kart directly from trolley to vehicle and back again without any lifting at all, finally making it a quick and safe one-person job.

KartRider uses toggle clips to keep the kart securely in place during transit, protecting it from damage. Moving the kart in its horizontal position also means you no longer need to drain leftover fuel.


Storing your Kart / Storage

Storing your Kart / Storage

You can attach KartRider to your garage wall using bike hangers or multi-purpose hangers for safe storage between races.

Or it will simply fold down when you don’t need it.


Design and Manufacturing

Design and Manufacturing

KartRider is the only product of its kind. Its unique design is by Duncan Hadley, a kart racer and builder from Hampshire. All karts are manufactured in the UK.

Materials: Made from aluminium with a hard-wearing powder coat finish. KartRider uses industrial rollers and hardware (hinges and fittings). KartRider brand and product design are registered trademarks.


About Duncan

About Duncan

Kart racing has been in my family for years. I took up racing back in 1996, winning two championships along the way, and nowadays it’s something I love to do with my son Jai.

I came up with the idea of KartRider when Jai moved from cadet class to mini max class and we found the weight difference in karts made transporting it more difficult. Since my son was too small to lift the kart, I would always have to ask for help both at home and at the track.

Being a builder by trade I’m very practical so I thought there must be an easier way to load and unload our kart. I set about making the first version of KartRider myself with bits of wood in my garage. Two years and a number of prototypes later I’ve refined the design to the KartRider you see here today.

I’m really happy to offer you this product. I hope you find it as useful as we have.