Race Face Tailgate Pad (L/XL)

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This product was added to our catalog on March 16, 2015.

This is the Raceface Tailgate Pad, intended to aid transporting or shuttling bikes in a pickup truck without damaging the bikes or the tailgate. The padded design allows the bikes to sit securely in place without rubbing or banging each other. Securing bikes down with straps adds extra stability and piece of mind while you are shuttling up the roughest of roads.


  • Outer pad is constructed of 600D + PVC. A durable denier fabric with herringbone weave and DWR treatment for water repellency.
  • Micro-brushed inner lining protects your tailgate from rub and wear marks.
  • Raised bumpers facing into the truck box seat fit most frames snuggly preventing bikes from coming into contact while en route.
  • Additional raised square pads along the outer tailgate offer the additional security of holding forks in place.
  • When the shuttle gets steep and rowdy, secure frames down with a velcro-backed webbing loop and strap system.
Color: Black

  • Small/Medium: 57" Width (145cm) *recommended for Toyota Tacoma, Ford Ranger, Nissan Frontier and other vehicles with compact cargo beds.
  • Large/X-Large: 61" Width (155cm) *recommended for Toyota Tundra, Ford F150, Dodge Ram and other vehicles with full size cargo beds.
Brian Kav
Verified Owner
Thursday, Sep 28 2017 (4 months ago)
Race Face Tailgate Pad (L/XL)
I really like the pad setup vs others I've seen out there. The padded blocks that hold the frame in place are great. However the straps that wrap around the bike just fell off. The velcro is stronger than the straps that are stitched to the pad. My friend accidentally pulled one off. I thought he pulled on it hard so I tried opening the one next to it and it ripped off the pad.

I've had it for 4 months. Hopefully they've fixed this quality issue.)