This super compact beginners jump ramp is perfect for balance bikes and first pedal bikes. Not too high - but enough to begin the process of learning to jump. It is part of our GROM Range.It folds flat for easy storage and transportation. Ideal for trips to the park or on holiday.
It is made from 100% Birch Core Phenolic Plywood making it super strong, durable and looks fantastic.
This super FUNKY piece of kit is a Folding, Compact RAMP - ROLLER AND BEGINNERS SEESAW in ONE.
Ideal for Balance Bikes - First Bikes, Riders, Coaches and Clubs who work with beginners.
This creates PROGRESSION onto our SEESAW and BALANCE BEAM.
175 mm HIGH it can be used as a small beginners jump with a large joined landing.
Made from 100% Birch Core Phenolic Grip Plywood
BRANDING - We can brand with your logo. Please email your logo to firstname.lastname@example.org. The minimum charge is £30 but complicated or poor file quality may result in a higher artwork charge.
IN SEESAW MODE: This product is designed to be lightweight, yet strong and durable. However it is NOT designed as a piece of play equipment for launching other children or adults as a conventional "non bike" Seesaw. It is capable of taking the full weight of 1 rider and bike practicing skills and techniques. Children jumping on either end may damage or break the Rock N Roller.
SENDER WEDGE STANDARD
THE SENDER WEDGE STANDARD
The Wedge is our 600 x 600 Tabletop. It fits and bolts between all of our ramps 200 - 350 - 500 and 650 High
Using the WEDGE between two ramps makes jumping safer for beginners as it removes the gap. Tricks can also be learned and attempted on the Tabletop. You can join MULTIPLE WEDGES together OR join onto our FULL SIZE Tabletop.
You can create a small 200 drop with a 200 leg set (not included)
The STANDARD Wedge is Manufactured from Birch Plywood Sides and Birch Core Phenolic Surface.
It comes assembled or unassembled
To Create a DROP you will need 1 x 200 Legs Set / Wedge
To Join 2 Wedges Together you will need 1 x Joining Block Set and 2 x 200 Leg Sets
Always wear appropriate personal protective equipment when riding your bike, learning new skills or attempting tricks. A helmet and gloves is the minimum.