The Bridge is a reusable interface for all Sender Ramps Straight and Curved 250 - 500 - 750 and 1000 size. This component attaches (bolts quickly) to the back face of the ramp and creates a horizontal surface 300 deep x 600 wide. If you are using two ramps back to back (for example a curved take off, to curved landing or curved take off to straight landing) you can create a 600 wide x 600 long horizontal surface with two of these components. Each Bridge component bolts together to make one strong and stable unit.
If you would like to increase the size of the horizontal surface to create a drop off OR widen the distance between take off and landing ramp you simply bolt one or more of our 600 x 600 Tabletop sections onto the bridge and strengthen with joining bars (separate).
It is good to use one Bridge on the the landing ramp to create a 'case' pad in case you come up short on a gap jump where there is no table top between ramps.
We have designed the Bridge, Tabletop and Spoiler to work on all the ramps so that you reuse them on the next size up as you progress and gain height and distance. Build your Sender Station over the years.
Manufactured with 18mm Phenolic plywood The Bridge is designed and built to last.
1 x Bridge
1 x Bridge fixing bolts and nuts for attaching to the ramps.
The Bridge does NOT require a leg like the Tabletop. Only the Tabletop requires 1 leg per unit. But the Bridge requires joining bars between table tops for example:
Ramp - Bridge - 1 Pair of Bars - Tabletop - 1 Pair of Bars - Bridge - Ramp
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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.