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Old 03-03-05, 04:15 PM   #1
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half pipe

im thinking about building/putting a miniramp (halfpipe) in my backyard...whats a good size for bmx
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how much room do you have?
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how much room do you have?
between 1/4 and 1/2 of an acre. space isnt the problem. i just want something kinda small and pretty striaght forward in terms of building
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i would make it a little taller then head high, maybe like a 6 footer
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i think 6 x 8 sounds good
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6 feet tall, at LEAST 16 feet wide for any mini ramp that you build. Also, at least 10 feet of flat between transitions, and at least a four foot deep deck on top.

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Old 03-04-05, 01:16 AM   #7
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Also, at least 10 feet of flat between transitions.
Bah. Six feet or larger is fine for the flat.
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