Plug and play! The beauty of the Big Air Bag is that you roll it out, put the plug into the electrical outlet and a giant landing occurs right in front of you. But it doesn't stop there as a roll-in is needed that sends you to the take-off with enough speed to clear the gap. As usual the 040BMXPARK crew had taken care of everything and did the measurements of the height of the roll-in that was needed and the took care of the correct dimensions of the launch ramp. The only thing the riders needed was the balls to roll in and send it. It was an opportunity for some to learn new tricks. The set-up was out there for anyone to use and with riders like Shaun Gornall, Niels van Maaren, Paul Thoelen, Tom van den Bogaard, Shanice Silva Cruz, Erik van de Wardt, Daniel Wedemeijer, Jari Roggeveen and a whole bunch of young rippers, the session lasted all afternoon.
The 040 Invitational Spine Ramp contest will take place in the city centre of Eindhoven, Netherlands on Saturday 17 June. Europe's better pro miniramp riders have been invited to come ride on the 20m x 10m x 2m spine mini built by 040BMXPARK which was commented on as 'the best mobile miniramp I've ever ridden' by last year's winner Alex Coleborn (GBR). The ramp will be set up on the 18 Septemberplein in the city centre during the E-Moves Urban Culture Festival. The one-day contest will kick off with a Wild Card qualifier in the morning followed by practice till 13:00hr. With € 5000,= prize money up for grabs to be divided by the top seven riders, it will be an interesting spectacle in front of a big crowd. The competition starts at 13:00hr and is free to attend. Around 18:00hr the winner of the