my finished product yours can come out tottaly different every thing is optional

2-6 are of me jumping the ramp ignore my faces I made that was because I was trying to get as much air as I could to show off to my family and friends. knex_gun_expert is in the red T.

Step 1: Gather Tools

go get your dads tools or your own.

a hand saw or circular saw optional.

skill saw or a small hand held carving saw (I don.t know what they are called)

a hammer or a drill depending on if your using screws or nails you have to use screws if your making a bent ramp.

screws or and or nails. 1 3/4ths inch are best.

safety goggles or shades
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HchmcZvgoBY&amp;list=UUrTQ6ERhmiS_tgk0rRKKIDA&amp;index=3&amp;feature=plcp<br><br>Check out my mtb video. Good ramp now make it taller and make a landing ramp! :D
is the reciprocating saw dewalt if it is how much did it cost
I think it's a black n' decker (or whatever that company's called) and I wouldn't know cause it's my dad's but. I think they range in price from like 50- 150$ depending on their power and various somewhat useless functions.
cool thanks
just a tip<br><br>when you want to actually learn how to ride<br><br>take a look<br><br>dont be afraid to try something else <br><br>and dont just ride off the lip of your little bump
I don't just ride off I jump off , but that was then this ramp is now dead. :( <br><br>what else can one do on a ramp this size I don't think i could even attempt a *360 that's just asking for a broken arm.
i skateboard, but i have seen guys do flat ground 360s with moderate effort. achievable with a few years of pratice.
Can bunny hop almost a foot with that bike maybe 3 inches with a mountain bike.
you could twitch half exup IDK how to spell it and you could bar tap these are begginer tricks and meant for a ramp this size<br>
lol I just realized I'm wearing the same pair of pants as i was when I took the action shots they've gotten very fluddy
Ah I'm not much of a bmx'er any more (not that i ever was), but I do have some nice ramps for stuff like that I only used them like 3 times this year I should proly sell them. I could prolly make a pretty penny on them
sorry if i'm bein a bit quik but could u make a youtube vid of how to make ih cause dat would be really good p.s. if u do could u give da link cheers sam donohoe
ehmm can u pleez tell me how u made da curve cheers
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If you made the ramp longer and possibly less of a curve at the end you would go much farther. I make non permanent ramps out of bocks of wood and ply wood 2 feet high and get around 15 feet in distance and 3 feet of air. Good construction though
That's not 5 feet of air. That is maybe 2-3 feet.
dought the bike wieghts 10lbs
dont you mean knex_bulider_freak
nice I want to make a ramp like that =)<br/>
Omg! Your house is HUGE and your garden is like a park! You lucky and probably rich person!
not rely but we are happy with what we have.
I mean your garden is seriously about the size of our local park and your house looks awesome!
well thanks where are you located? I think your not from around here because we call a "garden " a yard. my dad is the rich one not me.
I come from Britain :D.
I come from burger and high collesterol land aka America.
I come from Schwarzeneggerland, AKA the Cali-vada desert. You probably live up north, like Montana. Some place where it rains more than once a year. Have you ever experienced a rainyish day? I have. It is when it is raining, but it is so hot that the rain evaporates before it touches the ground, resulting in a soaked shirt and dry shoes.
yeah I herd of that but it never actually happened to me. Ohio... we have like 6 huge storms every summer ,8 littler storms ,and every 4 days or so it rains.
Meh, Seattle still gets more rain.
yeah but its more rain than you get. what are the temperatures like?
Temperatures for me? During the spring and summer, usually over 100, rarely below 90. And during fall and winter, it is usually around 70-80, with a couple of cloudy days scattered here and there.
thats my winter home! wow people around here if it goes over 78* they cry if there air conditioner doesn't work XD. we rarely use air conditioners.<br/>
People here get angry that it's cold if it is under 70; I am usually the only one who wears sandals and a jersey when it is raining.
meaning when it rains it gets cold and people get cold I know how people like that are we had our uncle and aunt come over from Arizona. They came in sweaters and pants when we had our fire place on that makes one room of the house 89 degrees. We are in t-shirts and shorts siting there like what the hack?
I am from Nebraska, which has "sucky" weather; blazing hot in the summer and below freezing in the winter, so weather doesn't affect me much. I actually prefer the cold weather over the warm weather.
Below freezing? You poor thing! It gets -40 where I live :-(
where do u live LOL
Southern Manitoba
FUNNY lol :)
-40 is below freezing. It is usually -11 during the winter, though. It gets in the upper 70's with a high humidity ('bout 90%) during the summer.
I know -40 is below freezing. (that saw sarcastic, sorry) And we get around 80's in the summer.
In Canada, 80? I get 120 sometimes... It burns a lot.
Yea. I was In the grand canyon a couple of weeks ago and it was 120.... Ouch! Talk about sunburn....
Weren't you wearing sunscreen? I don't 'cause I have some Lebanese in me and I don't burn easily.
Heck yea, loads of sunscreen, loads of sunburn. Im pretty white...
I am pretty white too, the Ukrainians don't get much sun. I just don't burn easily.
you are from ukraine? Thats sweet!
My grandma's from the Ukraine. I'm from Nebraska.
Oh. ok. Well, nebraskas ok too!

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