There’s nothing small about the Mini Mega Ramp Rental. Towering three stories above the ground, athletes plummet down the roll in, cross the narrow pathway, rocket over a 30 foot long gap while gaining speed to fly vertically out of a 18 foot quarter pipe, reaching heights between 15 and 20 feet above the lip. A grand spectacle by any measure, the Mini Mega Ramp Rental brings the spectacle of Big Air to the public in a more accessible and cost effective fashion. In fact, for those who have never seen the Full Mega in person, the Mini Mega is just as impressive in stature. With ample room for branding on the sides and surface of the ramp, you can be assured that all eyes will be on your logo as the event unfolds. Covered in professional grade Skatelite Pro, this beautiful ramp is a work of art in itself. It’s monolithic size has a gravity of its own, but gravity will be working overtime to bring the top athletes in the world safely back to the ground. The perfect stage for giant airs and technical trickery, the Mini Mega Ramp Rental keeps the live or TV audience engaged in a showcase of speed, courage, skill and danger. For professional riders only, ask how CA Productions can provide your event with the best athletes in the world to help fill your seats, spread event awareness through massive Social Media reach and provide the best attendance and performance results possible.
Competitions – Events – Brand Activation – TV & Film Production – Corporate Parties
Grand Openings – Community Celebrations – Birthday Parties & More
For use with
Skateboarding – BMX – More
Call us today to learn how we can serve you, and to find out if the Mini Mega Ramp Rental is right for you. (760) 438 2402
More on the “Mini Mega”
With the success and demand of the Mega Ramp, it soon became clear that we wanted to be able to provide a more accessible version of the “Big Air” format for events with lower ceilings and a smaller footprint looking for a cost effective alternative. By scaling down and adjusting the original monster dimensions, we were able to come up with a formula that worked. Still very impressive to see, this ramp was now able to fit in smaller spaces, while providing the 15+ foot airs that we were used to seeing on the original Mega Ramp. Then it came time to test it. Being the first one on any ramp is a special, sometimes scary endeavor, but something of this scale adds an elevated level of intensity. Luckily Jett Eaton and designer Brian Pino were willing to take the drop first in Joe C’s backyard. With a little tweaking and a collective thumbs up from the skate community, it was time to let the beast out to play. Since then, it has traveled the world for Dew Tour, Kia World Extreme Games, Skate For The Cure and more.