BMX Ramps & Rails for Practising at Home
Freestyle BMX riders love to use ramps, rails and funboxes as an alternative to natural obstacles found in their local neighborhood. Purpose-built launch ramps and BMX grind rails are durably designed and easy to set up in your backyard or driveway, so you can have your trick sessions from home.
Traveling to and from bigger skateparks can be time-consuming, and some popular areas can get really busy when the weather is good. The convenience of having some BMX features on your doorstep means you can use them more often, and you can start to build a mini bike park of your choice.
Pick the Right Size of BMX Bike Ramp
The two main things to consider when selecting the ramp size are: how much air you want to get, and how much space do you have to approach the ramp or BMX rail? The portable ramps can have a height from 10 to 50 cm. The shorter the ramps are more suitable for beginners as they get less air.
BMX rails can be over 3 metres long, so it is important to consider where you would place this and if you have enough room to approach it safely.
If you want a versatile obstacle to spice up your flat training grounds, try a BMX funbox. These are quickly assembled and easy to place in your yard or driveway, and at the same time, they can be easily combined with a rail or quarter pipe.
Practising on ramps and rails is great fun, but it can also be dangerous at times. Make sure to wear the appropriate protection when riding. Check out BMX Protective Gear to see our collection.