Warning Text: Use at your own risk and with extreme caution. Using a ramp is a dangerous activity and may result in injury or death even when used with proper safety precautions. Use at your own risk. Use this ramp only on flat, dry, level ground without loose debris such as rocks or gravel. Do not exceed 220 pounds total weight (rider plus bike or scooter weight) on ramp. Do not allow children under 8 years to use this ramp. Older children and preteens must use with adult supervision at all times. Never use the ramp at dusk or night, or in wet or icy conditions. Always wear proper protective equipment such as an ANSI, SNELL or ASTM approved helmet and elbow and knee pads. Long sleeve shirt, long pants and lace-up athletic shoes are recommended. Never ride in traffic or on the street and watch your surroundings for pedestrians, bikes and scooter riders. Use this ramp only in areas free from fixed or moving hazards such as poles, curbs, hydrants, walls, parked automobiles and traffic. Only intermediate and expert riders should use this ramp. Failure to use common sense and heed the product warnings further increases risks of serious injury. Use at your own risk and with extreme caution. Check local laws and regulations to see where and how you may use your stunt ramp legally.
Instructions: To anchor the ramp, use supplied screws or number 12 hardened masonry screws at least 1 inch minimum length. Blacktop/ashpalt/bitumen roadbeds: To anchor in asphalt/blacktop/bitumen surfaces, simply drive the anchoring screws into the road surface. If the material is especially hard, tap the screw with a mallet in between every revolution of the screwdriver. Drive the screw until the head is flush with the ramp. Do not over tighten. Concrete: To anchor in concrete or cement surfaces, it is necessary to find a suitable fissure or pre-existing crack. Typically, there are expansion seams every 5 to 10 feet in sidewalks or driveways and within these seams there are small cracks and gaps where the cement has separated. Use these gaps to start and drive the screws. If there are no suitable openings, you can drill an pilot hole with a masonry bit and a portable drill (not supplied). Our experience has been that you can find suitable cracks in virtually any cement surface, so drilling a pilot hole should not be necessary. Drive the screw until the head is flush with the ramp. Do not over tighten.