There are common misconceptions with the words, “Mini Ramps.” These words refer to any ramp that does not contain vert. A mini ramp is not only a halfpipe. A “Vert Ramp” is any skateboard ramp that at one point goes completely vertical in the transition (aka tranny). The transition is the sloped or curved part of the ramp. Typically, ramps over 6-7 feet in height will contain some vert.
Any ramp that does not have vert is considered a Mini Ramp – it can be a halfpipe or quarter pipe.
OC Ramps Offers Many Mini Ramps for Sale
All of our skateboard ramps are under 4 feet in height – designed for skateboarding, BMX and in-line skating. Our transition is the perfect slope for any level skater; from pro to 5 year olds. Any pro skateboarder experienced with riding ramps, has the basic foundation of skating on a mini ramp. And don’t be fooled by the name. Skating a mini ramp is not only designed for kids. It is often the skating choice of many ramp and transitional skaters. As a rule of thumb, vert ramps are typically skated by experienced and well trained riders, whereas a mini ramp is made for everyone regardless of their level of experience.