anyone here built their own mini ramp??

We used to build quarter pipes and bank ramps in basements. Two feet tall was the usual height due to low ceilings.
Had a mini ramp in my barn later on.
If you live where it snows. Then easy access to indoor skating improves ones quality of life!

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  • edited April 21
    yea i had my own in 2000 mine was outdoors though
  • I had a mini ramp in my barn from 1989-1994. Made Ohio winters more tolerable....
    Scott
  • We used to build quarter pipes and bank ramps in basements. Two feet tall was the usual height due to low ceilings.https://showbox.bio/
    Had a mini ramp in my barn later on.
    If you live where it snows. Then easy access to indoor skating improves ones quality of life!
    thankyou my issue has been solved
  • I have a mini ramp but I purchased it. Actually to build my own ramp in at my bucket list but I saw huge collection of ramps at Ritecoupons at discounted prices. So I purchased it and its a worth buy for me. I am using it for last 5 years and its still in a good condition. Now In future for sure I will build it by my own.
  • edited July 12
    many..
    quite a few small <4' plywood ditches,
    5' steel mini,
    10' plywood vert with 12' roll-in which included an attached 6' to 6' spine, was probably ~30' wide.

    from the late 80s - early 2000s we had quite a skate crew here in Central FL. all together I would say I was involved in building ~10 half-pipes and countless launch ramps, quarter pipes and boxes/stand alone rails.
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