Regular price £95.00

The Table Top is a horizontal box which fits onto and between the Bridges which are already attached to the ramps. Each Tabletop is 600 x 600. You can attached one or more of these together to create any length of landing surface. The Tabletop is compatible with all of our ramps 250 - 500 - 750 and 1000.

The Tabletop must be used with at least One Bridge. This creates a horizontal surface 900 long. If you have a take off and landing ramp you need Two Bridges and One Tabletop. This creates a horizontal surface 1200mm long. Each extra Tabletop adds 600mm more.

In addition you MUST select the length of leg you require for your Tabletop. You need one leg for each Tabletop. So if you have a 750 ramp and 2 tabletops you add two 750 legs. 
The 250 ramps DO NOT need any legs because the boxes sit flush with the ground! Legs are not included because you can reuse the tabletops if you upgrade.


You will also need joining bars between each bridge and tabletop 
as an example:

Ramp - Bridge - 1 Pair of Bars - Tabletop + Leg of correct length - 1 Pair of Bars - Bridge - Ramp

The Tabletop has three functions:

  • You can use it with one ramp to create a drop off
  • It fills the gap between two ramps making jumping practice safer
  • It forms the central point for a 4 ramp station


1 x Tabletop 600 x 600

1 x Nuts and Bolts for assembly

Please call 07442 530332 for help and advice

Riders should always wear  Personal Protective Equipment when using Sender Ramps. Such as a full face helmet, eye wear, gloves, full body armour, knee and elbow pads and footwear designed for riding bikes. Sender ramps are not liable for any accidents that occur when using the ramps. Riders should always ride within ability and progress only when practice has made perfect. Bikes used on Sender Ramps must be fit for the purpose of jumping and be of suitable quality and design. Always complete a bike check before riding, make sure your ramps are free from damage, the bolts on the ramps are tight, the ramps are stable on a flat even surface and approach and landing are good before you jump.