Standard 3ft Miniramp

Price

3ft tall x 3.6m wide x 7.2m long is R64,845
3ft tall x 2.4m wide x 7.2m long is R53,845

Which size is best? Wider is always more fun as you can extend your grinds for longer and have more space for maneuvering. But it’s all personal preference and one must take space and budget into account.

This ramp is our most popular and is the perfect size for all levels of skaters. It is just small enough not to be too intimidating for kids and beginners but also way big enough to allow for all the technical tricks for the pros. When you progress in your skating you will not feel held back by this ramp.

Features:

  • Premium skate ramp built to universal dimensions
  • Standard 6ft transition radius

     

  • 85cm top decks to stand on either side

  • Top decks are of B/C grade pine ply construction.

  • Top decks sealed with Galseal timber sealer. This seals the wood without leaving any residue which is bad for wheels
    Transition sides are primed and painted a dark grey which contrasts beautifully with the seal Birch Ply skate layer

  • 2.4m flat middle section

  • 60mm round steel coping, 3mm thick. Universally used for skate ramps

  • Custom made PVC waterproof cover fully installed with simple and quick system for taking it on and off.

  • Highest quality (WBP- Water boiled proof glue bonding) Birch plywood for final skate layer. This comes on top of 2 additional layers of commercial exterior ply.

  • Final skate layer sealed with Galseal timber sealer

  • Stainless steel rust proof screws on final skate layer

  • All exposed plywood ends are sealed to prolong life of ramp

The prices quoted above are if no extras are needed. There are 3 types of extras that are common:

 

  1. A balustrade *hand railings on the top decks of the ramp (For the 3.6m wide ramps – R5950. For the 2.4m wide R3990)
  2. Capping off the back ends of the ramp, mostly for aesthetics and sound reduction (For 3.6m wide R4550. For 2.4m wide R3450)
  3. If a level foundation needs to be built (Approx R4000 to R9000 depnding on site, could be more or less) 

Balustrade  (Hand railings on the top decks of the ramp)

Price 

For the 3.6m wide ramps – R5950
For the 2.4m wide ramps – R3990

Balustrades are a personal preference. Once you go higher than a 4ft miniramp then it is recommended. If the ramp is built on a slope with a foundation then the one side will definitely need a balustrade. 

Capping off the Ends

Capping off the back ends of a halfpipe is mostly for aesthetics, it just looks a bit prettier. It also reduces sound levels. We use a lovely charcoal colour than contrasts beautifully with the deep wood colours of the rest of the ramp.

For 3.6m wide halfpipes it is R4550

For 2.4m wide halfpipes it is R3450

Building a Level Foundation

For example, we need a relatively flat piece of ground to build on. We build on small concert blocks and need a somewhat level surface in order to use the block technique.

However if you have a heavy sloping yard that is not a problem! We will build a foundation on top of which will sit the miniramp. So for example if one side of the slope is 1.5m higher than the other side of the slope, the added cost to make the level foundation would probably be between R12000 and R20000, depending on the option of ramp you have chosen and the site. It could be less or more.

For piece of mind, we place the foundation on concrete garden slabs that measure about 35cm x35cm x 5cm think. We do not dig up your garden and concrete the foundation permanently in the ground. This allows for the miniramp to one day be disassembled and moved if need be. Then you are not left with a permanently installed foundation, you can simply carry the concrete slabs away and rake over the ground.

If you prefer a permanently ”dug in” foundation we are also happy to do that, the pricing will be a bit more.

QUICK CONTACT

Email: raymond@halfpipessouthafrica.co.za

Cell/Whatsapp: +27 82 506 2551

Location: 17 Grand Bahama Drive,
Capri Village,
Cape Town, 7975

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