Wooden Ramp

Wooden halfpipes are often the domain of backyard ramps and privately owned skateparks. This comes down to maintenance and costs. It’s far easier to build a wooden ramp from readily available materials than it is to use concrete or metal. On the downside, wood doesn’t have a huge shelf life outdoors and is more easily damaged. As such councils often use concrete despite costs as it requires less ongoing upkeep.

If you’ve ever ridden a wooden ramp, you’ll know they are far more forgiving than concrete. That little extra give goes a long way especially when you slam.

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