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First sight of a bicycle being carried in the Cybertruck bed vault. Can't tell how it's being strapped down / secured though.

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Okay where the bike experts at??
 

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Got to be a tray on the bed floor. There is no pivot to the front wheel . It is not fork mounted as we can see the front wheels.

Something like this
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Getting in/out of the back seat looks to be a head banger.
 

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Good luck fitting a motorcycle in the bed!
Lightweight motorcycles typically have a length over 75" (you can look up even trivial things on the google-plex...).

I think the best prediction of the length of the CT vault at the floor is 6' 1" which my calculator says is 73". (hasn't someone measured this YET???)

So, you're right, unless the lucky biker doesn't try to raise the tailgate after loading his/her motor.
 


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25 years in the business. Owned 3 bike shops up till 2012
So, with your expert opinion, what is the length of that bed. It's definitely a longer bed then those 2 in your photos. Both those trucks had tailgates down.

BTW, it did look like the bike was in a rack like your lower photo. It's just backed in.
 

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Lightweight motorcycles typically have a length over 75" (you can look up even trivial things on the google-plex...).

I think the best prediction of the length of the CT vault at the floor is 6' 1" which my calculator says is 73". (hasn't someone measured this YET???)

So, you're right, unless the lucky biker doesn't try to raise the tailgate after loading his/her motor.
Or they put it in corner to corner.
 

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Good luck fitting a motorcycle in the bed!
If CT Bed is 6'1" + 2' Tailgate (open) = 8' (aka 4x8 plywood metric). - 1' for Rear Bulkhead angle (eg not true 6'1" bed at tire height) = 7' usable length (vs. current trucks 8'6") = KTM Dirtbikes will fit aight with tailgate down! Plus you can turn the bike tires inward toward each other and gain another 2-3" shorter load length! Summary - they're going to fit or I'll move the axle's forward or buy shorter bikes, lol!

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First sight of a bicycle being carried in the Cybertruck bed vault. Can't tell how it's being strapped down / secured though.

A sentient bike knows not to touch the sides of the bed.
 

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So, with your expert opinion, what is the length of that bed. It's definitely a longer bed then those 2 in your photos. Both those trucks had tailgates down.

BTW, it did look like the bike was in a rack like your lower photo. It's just backed in.
The bed is queen size in my expert opinion. Definitely bigger than full size but not quite king size. You're welcome
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