Fort Wayne Kick Ass! Mini Ramp

Backyards and Bikes | BMX

Check out a quick little flow session on the backyard mini-ramp with Brandon Wolferman and myself. The basic idea here is to go out and do anything.  Simply put, if your not doing something every single day you have to change your radio station to on that does.

Brandon Wolferman | Age 22 – Insta @WolfieBMX

Rich Hoppe | Age 44 – Insta @Rich.Hoppe

Music: The Mind Sweepers – Laid Back

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Kick Ass! Mini Ramp Radical

Backyard Mini Sesh -Photos by Ryan Hodges

The Fort Wayne Mini Ramp  

(L) Newman (R) Gerber Dualing Flairs
(L) Newman (R) Gerber Dualing Flairs

This ramp roots are deeper than your very own family tree.  This ramp has been a  part of our scene since the year 1988. The ramp started out its life as a 16′ wide X 6′ high mini on the North side of the city in Shane Buell’s backyard (Concordia Gardens).  In about 1995 it moved to the South-West side of town in Tym De Santos backyard. The Sweeney Skatepark was out of business just a few years earlier,  and the metal from the Sweeny park was purchased & installed as the top layer.