Includes 4 ramps, 1 flat deck, and the necessary connectors. Pieces can be stacked in multiple configurations. Customers can expand the set with additional LandWave ramps. Extremely easy to assemble; no tools required. Fun to use with skateboards, BMX bikes, inline skates, and even RC cars.
An expensive set. Ramp connection slots can potentially get clogged with dirt and mud.
This durable launch ramp is made from high-impact polymer. Rubber feet stabilize the ramp and prevent it from moving, but there are holes for nails or screws as well. Ramp surface is textured with a slip-resistant finish for safety. Lightweight and easy to store.
This simple ramp doesn't offer as much utility for experienced skaters.
A great upgrade from single ramps, this double-sided unit is fantastic for learning intermediate skills. Can be used alone or with other compatible ramps and decks. Simplified design makes it very easy to assemble, disassemble, and store. Excellent practice tool.
This ramp is fairly narrow. Some users felt the plastic material was too thin.
A classic design with a classic look. Beechwood construction is stable and strong. Ramp wears a metal contact plate and rubber feet on the underside to prevent wear and tear. No assembly required. Ramp measures 5.9 inches tall and features a gentle contour.
Beechwood can eventually degrade if left in extreme weather conditions for long periods.
Versatility is the strong suit of this set. It provides a strong base for mastering intermediate skills. Ramps are textured to prevent slips and are designed with smooth radiuses. Grinding rail measures 40 inches long. Tabletop deck is perfect for manuals.
This set does not include expansion options for additional ramps or rails. Best for skaters under 175 pounds.
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