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Plans to build a jump?
Looking for some plans to build a jump ramp. Help?
I have some if I can find them. Will let you know.
Stir vigorously then leave!
Not helpful but made me think of this:
If you're a seasoned jumper go for it and good luck. If you're just getting into jumping, be aware that jumps are labor and money pits.
Leon Leonard Stillwater Lake KY - SR Driver SR Judge
Unfortunately, it doesn't appear that the Copeland kit ramp doesn't exist any more. We put one
together for the 2003 PanAm Games in Santo Domingo.
Try contacting Vern Oberg for the Canadian Ramp plans: vern[at]hoeng[dot]com
The AWSA used to have plans for a wooden ramp, but they are very very outdated now.
There is always Rob Bemman (bemmanscustomdesigns.com) if you have the $$ and want the
ultimate. He may also know of a used ramp up for sale. Worth a contact.
And, there tend to be used ramps coming up from time on Ski It Again, or through online
message boards like this one.
Here you go:
John Wilkins- Si non pro sanguine quem ludus ne.
Mike Copeland built one for us this Spring. We already had fiberglass surface from old jump.
Well built frame.
Email him mcopeland at copelandsinc dot net
Pics of ours at
Will post pics if we decide to build one...
The world needs more jumps, especially in Alaska
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