The ultimate spectacle in Action Sports. Almost 100 feet tall, 45mph and flying… When someone is on this ramp, it is nearly impossible not to watch.
The Mega/Big Air Ramp has been the pinnacle of Skateboarding and BMX riding for just over a decade. The youngest, yet possibly most dangerous discipline out there, its no wonder this event has drawn record numbers at The X Games. Drawing in the best athletes in the World, from 13 year old’s spinning 1080s to the godfather’s of the sport pushing the boundaries of possibility, the Mega Ramp continues to be one of the most dynamic attractions on the planet. With ample room for larger than life logos, there is opportunity for the grandest of branding on the Mega Ramp during Big Air. Renting a Mega Ramp is no small endeavor, but with our skilled crew and years of design and build experience (from the very first Mega, to the current X Games) it is a smooth and enjoyable experience. Only the most experienced professional riders can ride safely on this ramp. As the sport organizers for the X Games, Dew Tour and more, we have the ability to match the perfect star athletes to your event through CA Productions.
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The original concept of a Big Air Ramp began with professional riders who had an unheard of vision. After mastering their art on the standard stages of vert, street and skateparks, these individuals looked to the sky for possibility. Pioneers like Danny Way and Matt Hoffman were some of the first to believe bigger could work. Extrapolating dimensions and ramping up the speed proved to be the best (and only) way to test the waters. With wills of steel and beliefs in something bigger, their passion took them beyond the possible and into a new era of Action Sports. Consequentially, their ability to raise the ceiling of belief has enabled the youngest generation of skateboarding to take on that charge, laying the framework for unprecedented heights in creative sports. In a thrust of evolution, they knew if they saw someone do it, they could do it, and from there a new crew of young rippers began to takeover the coveted spots in the X Games. Having the pioneers of the sport compete alongside the professional youth, with both pushing the limits of their imagination, has proven the Mega/Big Air competition as the most dynamic and exciting event in Action Sports history.