The ultimate stage for transition skateboarding, the Vert Ramp Rental is the ideal setting for world class competition, impressive demonstrations, or film/commercial production. Competition standard dimensions make this ramp perfect for the top pros in any Action Sport to showcase their best runs. At fourteen feet tall, this massive structure is impressive in itself. For consistency in competition, the surface of the ramp must remain a handsome, unpainted Skatelite. Ample room for branding around the sides and top of the ramp provide your event with prime real estate, and with the best athletes on wheels flying through the air in front of your logo, you can be assured of great brand recognition. With our years of dedicated experience and expertise, setting it up and tearing it down is more efficient and cost effective than anyone in the world. The most recent travels of this storied ramp include the Global X Games tour, including competitions on a floating barge in the waters of Munich’s historic Olympic Park. The Vert Ramp Rental is for intermediate to professional riders only, ask us how CA Productions can provide your event with the best athletes in the world to help fill your seats, spread event awareness through their massive Social Media reach and provide the best attendance and performance results possible.
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Call us today to see how we can serve you, and to learn if the Vert Ramp Rental is right for you. 760 438-2402
More on “Vert Ramps”
Since early skateboarders discovered the ability to ride on different surfaces, the seeds of the modern vert ramp were sprouting. Starting with small curb cuts, then onto street banks in the schools, people began to lean in and get higher. Over time the angles got progressively steeper. With the introduction of wood and a growing DIY mentality, young skater’s driveways became both the design studio and proving grounds for the coming vertical movement. Alongside this, the discovery of backyard pools’ rounded transition walls provided the perfect organic surface to see if one could stick to a vertical wall balanced on a small wooden plank with wheels. With lots of fine tuning, guesswork and guts, the collective skate mind began to raise the walls of larger and larger ramps throughout the skate community. Mini ramps started getting taller, and before anyone realized, they were pushing ten feet. As the dimensions expanded, skater/builders realized that the transitions had to change to optimize the speed and trajectory that was growing with the size of the ramp. From backyards to stadium competitions, the two walled set up provided a consistency and structure that allowed for progressive competition and creativity to emerge. To this day, vert skating remains one of the most dynamic and compelling visuals in skateboarding, and is still one of the gnarliest things that can be done on wheels. And with a new crop of young (and extremely talented) girls and boys pushing the limits of transition skateboarding, we are excited to see what will be the next evolution of vert skating.