Over the years we have been constantly building and developing our timber frame ramp construction techniques to the point now we have the ultimate Timber ramp solution.
In the past timber ramps have been built very poorly by both D.I.Y er`s and amateurs masquerading as professionals. This has created very poor results that has been giving timber ramps a bad reputation. Poor material recommendations by project architects and poor timber supplies can and will have an impact on the final results. There are many factors that need to be addressed and knowledge of timber to be known in order to get the maximum performance from this great sustainable building material.
We recently designed and built the latest Skatepark addition to the Ballerup Kommune in Denmark with our new techniques.
Firstly within this design concept and considering the small budget we had to play with we decided to create something that in time with smaller amounts of money, could be developed into something that could function similar to a bowl, We Ramp-Riders even intend on supporting the development of this great public space by donating a new obstacle in 2017.
This is a modular styled construction set up.
We produced it in our workshop 4-5 weeks prior to deadline. It took 2 days to install. This is a great system as it clean, effective and creates minimum obstruction and mess to the client.
(below) all our ramps feature this overhanging ventilation system both internal and external. Correct ventilation amongst other elements is the key to outdoor timber ramp longevity.
The wish list from the local scooter riders was to have a jump box and some bowl corner elements.
With that information along with budget restrictions we went for the timeless ramp options.
We decided to create a space that integrated with its environment, the surrounding architecture and how the public would use it on a daily basis also.
(below) Our functional design makes our ramps look like they are floating when viewed from certain angles.
So this is where it started. At the Ramp-Rider workshop buried deep inside PORT4130 skatepark. What a place. If you haven`t come visit this skatepark yet you really have to get on that soon.
We have been very busy in the R&D department here at Ramp-Riders recently and have developed an awesome new stylish and life changing product for all you committed ramp riders out there. The MAC of all mini ramps is the perfect back garden, youth club and even school session ramp. It rides amazingly and the slick floating structure lines are aesthetically even better.
The price for your fully loaded Mac of all mini`s, Birch plywood finish with lights and integrated sound system in 2017 is just 38,000 DKK including moms. Thats €5,100 Euro including VAT for those in Euro land. Shipping and assembly/assembly consultation is extra.
Join the revolution of home Ramp-Riding.
We went for the vintage look for PORT4130 skateparks MAC of all Mini`s
This is the perfect size Ramp for every back garden and indoor setting.
It will fit anywhere and everywhere.
(Below): A-FUK skate-school having a fun session on it recently
(Below): Stranges Skate-school doing some board lessons.
Kids can`t get enough of it
(Below): This is what your MAC of all Mini ramps will look like at night time.
She looks beautiful doesn`t she??!!
This also comes with a fully integrated sound system so all you you gotta do
is plug your phone into your ramp when its time to listen to those tunes of
yours and get your roll on.
So pick your colour folks, make your order and we will deliver your MAC of all Mini ramps within 2 weeks of that order. Get on it and start your ramp riding home experience now.
We have finally finished the 2nd phase of our new indoor park project here in Copenhagen, PORT4130 in alliance with the CopenhagenBMX Association and Ramp-Riders.com.
It is located in the old ship building quarter in Copenhagen city.
The unit is 12,500 SQFT/ 1,100 SQM of wall to wall park fun.
The street area is just under 300 SQM in size. We tried to put as much as we could into the design while at the same time keep it some what simple and traditional but with a twist.
Really happy with the way this step up Euro gap worked out in the end. This was all done with recycled Skatelite which was collected over the years. Weather worn and shades that can never be replicated again.
(Quick reminder)This is whats on the other side of the street course area where the guys are standing. The super bowl.
This is probably one of the most recycled skateparks projects ever to have been produced. There are materials from old ramps and skateparks dating back 10 years in this place.
We pulled down some of the old fælledparken before the concrete park was built. We built hall12 with that material then pulled hall12 down and built some of this place with those materials. Thats just one example, there are many many more within this project. Exceptional levels of recycling go down around us when we build certain projects. ha
We experimented here a little bit with overhanging hollowed out ledges over china banked style sections.
This was an organic design to a certain extent so the final result revealed itself slowly. This is similar to how the bowl was done also. Nothing is ever 100% though, but as long as you are prepared to change and evolve and take risks then in time the results will truly be unique.
This is just phase one of that thought process.
We got a nice big mini ramp here also. 6 meters wide and 1.8 meters tall. You can never beat a simple mini ramp session. Its timeless and every park should have one as well as a sick bowl.
The Resi area. We were hoping we would have had room for a more spacious jump box resi area but in the end it was not possible. What we got is more of a spine/mini box jump resi with resi quarter.
The quarter rolls right into the landing of the jump but considering what this actually is and its overall function, it still totally works, it just takes a little getting used to.
You can still throw moves over this thing and feel safe.
And once again just to remind everybody of the super bowl in the back of all this with an ocean view terrace. This place rocks. Its got lines forever in the bowl, its got street, mini ramp and resi area all under one roof. So come along everybody and get behind this place. We are only getting started. Next phase of this is building a 500SQM outdoor concrete park on the south side of the building with full terrace.
The build starts…. Once again.
Giant clean up and move first batch of materials in.
The first thing that went up was the mini ramp.
That giant insulated wall had to come down also to gain more space. Theres a full meter of floor space behind that thing.
Moving quickly ahead, taadaa… We eventually started running out of space for anything and everything around here. using recycled materials forces your hand a little bit. The building plan is dictated by the pre cut materials you have and don`t have.
Overhanging china bank chaos paired with recycling nightmare.
It was a cause for celebration finally taking down the partition wall between the bowl and the rest of the place.
It was amazing to finally see how both sides of the unit would interact together visually.
Andy here getting it done as usual.
Of course being in Denmark and it being that time of the year you can`t escape the Siberian effect out here. Frosty cold coastline.
Ryan, Jonas and Mark here hitting it hard as usual.
China banks meet central bank meets plateaus meets quarter pipes… quite the blend.
Quite the finish.
The step up euro gap Skatelite hell.
This was finished around 3 am, the night before the first opening, The first of many mini opening events we had.. I think we had 3..ha
Look at that though!! Looks a million bucks!! A rainbow rail is the next thing we will probably build into it. Something hard up against the outer edge but moveable at the same time.
The resi area was the last thing we hit to give us some sort of spacial breathing room. Just moving a dodgy light here, or should I say move a light in a very dodgy way.
Getting the foam was a happy day, it was good stuff and brand new.
We got this new toy for the build to do some fancy filming. These things are amazing fun and some interesting moving images are going to be coming out of this place soon.
Every so often a few fires would go down in the snow with a few beers.
Good fun and well deserved.
The roof has been giving us some problems so we had to go up for an inspection. It is really high up there, 11 meters or something like that.
What a view though and the roof is finally fixed.
A big thanks go out again to Mark Hvirring, Jonas Torsbjerg Thomsen Møller, Andy Callaghan, Allan Pedersen, Ryan Carruthers, Charles Barbee, Razmus, Balder, Torben Banke Petersen, Mik Krogh Andersen.
Again a big thanks to Monster Energy, Blaqe, bmxbutikken, Simplebikes.co and deluxe for this years support, and last but not least us, yes thats right us, Ramp-riders for supporting this project so whole heartedly.. haha. Lets hope we can thank the Kommune this year also.
Click the link below for the write up on the bowl.
We have recently finished the first phase of our latest project. This one however is our very own skatepark facility right here in Copenhagen. Together with the Copenhagen BMX Association we call it Port4130 and it is Rad as hell. The total footprint of the unit is 1,100 Square meters but for now all we built is the bowl section 450 SQ meters. Street course and other extras are coming next.
This being our very own place we had to make it extra special.
It`s a complicated bowl design with lots of hips and volcanos and many many lines.
We ran Skatelite trim to hi-lite certain shapes and lines. Again there is alot happening within this ramp so the extra hi-lites really helps.
RR logo goes in there of course.
The place looks and rides amazing. It pretty much has everything in it, Spine ramp, jump box, lots of hips and walls/ bank walls. This will pretty much free up the remaining space in the warehouse to build street stuff.
Its quite the Roller coaster!!
A Room with a view.
In order to really capitalize on the unique location we have here, we opened up 8 meters of the external wall and built a 5 x 10 meter terrace that overlooks both the bowl, the dry dock and has a giant ocean view also.
Its a great place to have a session with your friends! Really great vibe barbecuing on the terrace while watching the ramp being ridden. In time this terrace might grow right down the full length of the warehouse and the whole wall get opened up.
Next year a wake boarding cable park is being installed into the dry dock so more fun and games is on the horizon.
The signature stripe across the volcano
Really happy with the way this ramp looks.
(below) But this is where we started from.
The warehouse really needed a bit of work before we could even get started properly. There was no electric out there at all, or any lights whatsoever.
So we had to start right there, Purchase a bunch of lights and cable and wire the place up.
Mark here doing some final touches.
It took about a week or so to get the place lit up properly but we still kept building ramp sections by day and by night under lamps.
Marklings and I up 11 meters in the ceiling on a scissor lift in the dark running cable and for the lights and rope systems for lowering and raising lights. Travis was there on the far side doing a real scary tight rope mission in the dark.
Its a long way down.
It was super cold when we started this thing.
Plus being down so close to the water makes it far worse but what a location, bring on the summer time.
The partition wall being constructed. Its quite the wall build.
Finally the lights got turned on.
This was the first day the lights went on and we could actually set up the basic shape of the ramp.
It was great to finally be able to get on with the build and work all day and night.
It was pretty surprising to see 5 lamps was all that was needed to light the place up.
Once we could start building for real we hit it hard.
Christopher and Allan did a great job on this one.
This was another hellish experience working all day and night to try get it done on time so we could both get the place open and head for the next project.
James was at it again, churning out tasty pics at night time when everyone was kicking back with a beer and unwinding.
Most nights we had a bonfire and a few beers around it.
Mind warping ramp details late at night, don`t try this at home kids.
Andy sun in the zone again.. He did a staggering 17 days in a row on this gig.
The water view from the Terrace
The bowl view being cut open.
The Next phase of the park is being started in a matter of weeks. It will be a full street course along with foam pit and a bunch of resi quarters for some extra fun. We hope to have it open within a few weeks of us starting it so stay tuned for some more Radness!!
Big thank you goes out to Travis johnston, Andy Callaghan, Mark Hvirring, Jonas Møller, John coggins, Barry Farrell, Christopher Friedl, Allan dean russell, James Elms, Allan Pederssen, Torben bank petersen, Mik Krogh andersen, Christian Møller, Kasper Strange, The Royal guys for hooking up some stuff, The electricians for hooking up so much stuff for us and all the Bmx crew who came by to volunteer their time when possible.
Check out the video of the opening event.
This will be a yearly event called `The Copenhagen BMX Open`
Big thank you to BMX Butikken.dk, Monster energy drink, Simple bike Co, ALIS, GOPRO, Vans, Odyssey, Sunday Bikes
After 7 weeks away in Norway, many many truck loads of wood,Many many hours and a little bit of drama here and there from time to time, we finally completed our latest project…. FLIPSIDE CAMP.
This was a pretty extensive build. The unit is 2500 SQ meters in total and was built especially for this purpose. Though it looks brand new it was actually moved from a location in OSLO where it stood for 10 years previously or something like that.
The street course has everything you would expect to see in a park but with a little twist. It was really great to work with Mike from FLIPSIDE. He gave us 100% freedom to design and build whatever we wanted.
Hopefully when we go back there again it will be a blank cheque scenario so we can really go wild with the design.
The bowl is hidden up there behind the giant raised platform.
A few guys were taken right out while test riding this stuff. Mitch Yeates went down real hard popping off these steps for some reason. He smacked his head real good. Always wear a helmet kids, its no joke when you get a head impact.
The foam pit and Resi area is fully loaded. You can air into the pit both ways and air into the resi quarter both ways. So there is no stopping the progression session in this place. And of course the resi box jump.
This is the start off point for the Pit area. Its a 15 meter wide rollin divided into 3 sections. The outer rollins are the same but the center one has more bank than trani just to make it a little easier on some of these younglings thats going to sign up for camp.
The other side of the rollin is the rhythm section. The boxes get progressively bigger as you go through it. The last box is 5 meters wide. Perfect for a huck!!
We wanted to build something a bit more shapely in this area with alot of hips etc, but with a certain lack of space we decided to keep it a little simpler and less complicated for the moment for some of these younglings. Its a fun rhythm section and the 2nd two boxes are sweet. Its hard to tell from this picture but there is a banked wall running along side the 3rd box.
The Bowl: The bowl rides amazingly and in my mind its the jewel of the park. There is alot of lines going on in this thing and it is exceptionally smooth and fast.
The raised end is a 6 foot tall bowl that drops down through a 3 foot tall waterfall leading you into a 9ft tall bowl.
We tried to squeeze as much as we could into this whole place, The bowl was no exception. It has a double coping spine, 5 hips, 3 volcanos with blended waterfall and a bunch of vert walls and extensions.
It has a very organic natural feel to it when riding, It almost flows like a river.
I love this thing. It was great fun to ride and it was great to see the concrete guys/ skaters kill it afterwork before they left for Oslo. Darryl from the concrete company took it hard transferring the double hip on his board. A trip to the hospital was needed the following day.
Decided to experiment with a few things. China bank style mini ramp ditch thing set at an angle?? Sure why not!
We also designed and built dirt jumps just outside the unit. Its not a crazy complicated design, but there is alot of hips and step ups etc which will keep the kids busy for this season.
Axel and Allan did a great job on these.
We got a 2.44 meter tall rollin with a 5 meter deck to stand on.
We took a day off one sunday when the weather was really good and just chilled by the dirt jumps with a few beers and watch a few guys test ride the dirt. It was a good day.
This is what the site looked like just 2 months before we got there.
The warehouse was pretty big and the crew making it were still finishing it a few weeks into our build. So there was quite a few people and machines under one roof for a period of time.
Every so often James got busy with the camera at night time to try get a few unique perspectives of the build.
Heres Andy sun sporting the R-R T`s while doing great work on the corners.
Barry getting all sexy style with the ramp. The bowl didn`t appreciate that one bit and gave him a bit of a spanking on his first roll of it. She cut his eye brow ridge open real good for this little gesture.
Heres Allan Pedersen finishing the last section on the china bank ditch thing.
Cristoph and mean gene doing there thing.
This is more about blending out a vert wall than it is an actual escalator.
Axel and Allan talkin dirty!!
This is a fun set up for all. We decided to make something a bit more universal for all riding levels. The table tops help that situation. Kids can just roll over them and not have to commit to a big scary double set jump. Some big sets will be there for next season.
This place actually used to be an old air force base the Nazis`s built back in 1942. And when I say the Nazis built it, what that really means is that they pointed guns at russian captive soldiers and made them build it.
Its a great way to do something positive with such a place.
This is the restaurant area that Campers will be eating at. Its got great food and the people running it are amazing.
Picture of the crew with Aina and Ruth from the restaurant, These 2 women hooked us up right the way through this build with anything we needed. truly great and thank you from all of us.
A giant thank you goes out to the crew: Mark Hvirring, Andy Callaghan, Jonas Møller, John Coggins, Allan dean russell, Meane gene, Allan Pedersen, Barry farrell, Christoph Friedl, James Elms, Axel Jurgens and Mitch Yeates. You are awesome!
These are the dorms that will be your home for the duration of your stay. They are clean and nice and fit quite alot of people.
We stayed in these while we did the build. It was fun. They are real close to the park so no worries there.
Each building block has a communal room upstairs which is good for chilling, watching flicks or just generally causing trouble..ha
Henning and Helga decided we needed a good sending off party after we finished the job so they took us out on their speed boats for an all day party and barbecue.
Those boats were fast and probably shouldn`t have been driven by some of us as the day went on.
Norway is a beautiful country. There is so many amazing views. The drive from Christiansands, (where the airport is or boat pier) to Lista(FLIPSIDE) is a 1.5 – 2 hour long drive packed with amazing scenery all the way. It gives you a great sense of the country and where you are as you make your way to the camp.
Its well worth the trip and the camp is just what you want for a week or 2 so get your finger out and book some time for yourself at FLIPSIDE.
Below are some Videos that Marrius put together during the build. He is the head of the arts and media side of things at the Camp.
It is with great pleasure to say that we have finally completed Europe`s biggest Vert Ramp right here in Copenhagen, Denmark. Where else would it be built when you consider everything else that happens here in this town.
Up until a few days ago this thing was covered in a 20cm of snow, and today it was ice so some photos may look a little blemished and wrong in some ways when in fact its ice messing with the image.
This is a very well shaped ramp considering it is just a Vert ramp.
The 4 outer corners fold inwards to create some more lines within and generate a different rhythm to the overall feel of the ramp.
There is quite alot happening in this design, so much so that it is a very technically difficult ramp to ride. Vert ramps in general are difficult to get your head around because of their sheer size, but to then have so many other things going on also makes this quite the challenge. Can`t wait to see Rune Glifberg skate this thing.
Decided to not go to crazy here with details on the main body of the ramp. Simplicity was always going to be a better result in this circumstance.
But the roll in area was perfect for it and was crying out for a bit of love.
Super happy with how it turned out.
Used a combination of black and tan Skatelite to exaggerate the details and lines of the whole area.
And of course for all the idiots out there, I figured a directional arrow would aid the incompetence…haha
Weland did a fantastic job on the Safety rails and stair cases.
Very happy with the result and they were a pleasure to work with. No problems whatsoever and no complaints.
They themselves were shocked that both sides of this thing were the exact same to the very millimeter. Apparently in all their years of making rails and stairs for all kinds of things that this was a first for them. Hmmm, interesting.
As the winter grew closer the days got shorter so the lights had to come out at times. Cold, wet and dark work sessions were a real test for everybody.
On one of those cold nights I tried to finish the Skatelite on the last corner.
This happened to be the night before I flew to Paris to help with the Red Bull Skylines BMX comp build. Which was another serious stamina test. Yes, the life of a ramp builder is pure endurance test, one project after another.
Heres Michael Flood doing an amazing job on the coping.
First Skatelite sheet being positioned and squared by John and Jonas.
With the weather being so unpredictable at this point we needed to be sure of constant progress with the skatelite application. The situation had to be roofed and worked every hour of every dry day and night. When the rain came it came heavy and long.
Beast of a construction.
John and Jonas and I think Andy is in there somewhere.
Ah there he is.
John taking yet another trip back to the Skatelite table, the never ending story ground hog day, oh man!!!
Skatelite- coldnight…. James and Jonas getting it done.
The Vert Ramp gods stuck with us through out this thing and we finally crossed the finish line.
Thanks to all the crew involved in this one, John, Andy, Jonas, Ryan, Michael, James, Allan, Mark, Mitch, Jesper, Bo, Kasper and Christian.
We have just finished our latest Bowl project and are quite happy with the results. Turning yet another empty hole of a blank canvas into quite the riding structure.
Given the site restrictions and relative budget restrictions we still maximized the ramps potential and gave Roskilde festival the best ramp we could possibly give them.
Given the size of the budget, we were faced with some choices to make. To either build a ramp small enough so that it could be presented completely surfaced in brand new skatelite, or build a very large ramp with big shapes in it and re use some of the old skatelite to allow us to do this. I figured the second option was the right decision to be making for all concerned, especially the ramp.
The results were incredible. The ramp looks amazing and gives you a very unique feeling/sense when riding it. All the shapes and hips of the ramp are all clearly defined allowing you to go straight in there and hit it hard the minute you drop in, rather than the usual semi blindness when everything is the one color.
(below) pic was taken before platform painting was finished.
There are 4 regular hips in this bowl design, 2 Volcanoes, 2 x 150 degree corners and the rest just regular 90 degree corners, with a healthy mix of tall and not so small. Both sides of the bowl can actually function as 2 separate bowls on any given busy busy busy day, as they have self containing lines within them.
We also escalated one of the 8ft tall corners just to bring a different vibe to one side of the bowl and to keep a continuos line of coping as the ramp goes through a height change.
And of course the ramp would never be complete without our signature 2 tone double stripe through the volcano.
(below) Ryan Corrigan and Axel Jurgens came over for this one. Thanks again guys for making the trip over.
(below) John Coggins and Andy Callaghan doing what they do best.
Mark kicking back enjoying the late evening after a hard days grind.
Heres Jesper setting the safety rails on one of the many late evenings we did.
Andy Sun Basking in the brilliance and the sun.
The Shows were great fun and all the guys killed the ramp in all disciplines, Skating/BMX and Inline. I particularly enjoyed the skating sessions and the BMX was amazing, Actually it all was simply amazing. heres Razmus doing MC for it.
The SIMPLEBIKES team came from all over Europe to do the BMX shows.
It was great to see all the boys ride this thing and hit all the lines. Smooth riding and big airs.
(above) Niels Thanild and Mitch Yeats from SIMPLEBIKES.
This is what happened to the ramp after the shows. It turned into the party platform….Nice.
Edit of the build and shows coming soon.
A big big thank you goes out to the crew for helping to pull this one off. There was very few days off and most of the days were pretty long. Thanks guys for sticking it out.
CREW: Andyy Callaghan, John Coggins, Jesper Simonsen, Mark Hvirring, Jonas TT Møller, Axel Jurgens, Ryan Corrigan, Travis Johnston, Thomas Hvass
Next build is Euro`s biggest Vert ramp right here in Copenhagen
I was invited to come to Madrid by my very good friend Axel Jurgens (fellow Simple Bikes team rider and creator of Eurocamp, Barcelona) to help design and build some of the competition course for the Metro Jam.
The venue and experience was absolutely amazing.
We were four floors underground in the chamartin metro station. In an unused and unfinished rail track foundation.
The concept and design was amazing. It rode like a a set of trails in a half pipe style scenario. Axel and his crew did a fantastic job of doing the main bulk of the work.
The first thing I had to design was to come up with something that would ride like a berm and 2 people could ride at the same time.
This was the result of power think no.1.
Here Perico is giving it the very first test ride. Perico was one of the building crew and actually placed 2nd with Allister whitton in the competition. Well done guys!!!
Axel heading for the lift that will take him 4 floors back up from the belly of the beast. He heads for Barcelona to do a quick spot check for the Rebel Jam.
Heres The man himself, Sergio Layos. The reason why we were all there in the first place. He presented this idea to his sponsor Red Bull and they went for it.
I love these hips to banked walls. The simple lines and narrow lips are a very nice touch. Axel could have worked them more and blended them into the concrete trani but decided not to, which was a very wise decision. It increased the accuracy needed to cruise through the lines and it made the over all look of the park a whole lot better.
This big transition banked hip was the next thing on my list that had to be sorted. The lines that were trying to be created within the pipe concept dictated that a hip of some sort really had to go in here. So considering it is was a pro comp only a giant one could be considered, And considering Axel built a really nice giant jump box there, there was really little choice in what could go in there. Really happy with the way this worked out and rode. Sergio, Ruben and Perico rode this thing like crazy.
It was a crazy building scene here. There was huge numbers of people passing by all the time in escalators and glass lifts constantly. The shock value was very noticeable as I guess they travelled through this station all the time for many years and now they see this kind of stuff being built in it all of a sudden.
We were only just finishing up when Ruben and Sergio showed up to have a test ride on it. The place was still quite dusty from the build and the years of concrete dust that had been there. The cleaners were still trying to get rid of it all.
Ruben, Sergio and axel parke from sweden on the jump box deck.
Axel Jurgens chatting with Harry Main and Achim from Nike who came by to check out the build but were not staying for the comp.
The man Himself, Axel jurgens who brought us all together to make this happen.
We finally got this one finished. And wow is all I can say as far as the quality of finish we put into it.
This was the last ramp of this year and was the one with the most expectation attached to it. And lets face it, as soon as skatelite is the final layer choice the stakes are raised for the ramp builder. It is much harder to work with and very expensive when mistakes are made.
We decided to get all fancy with this centre pice as it was just too nice not to make it a bit more rad. We ran another tone of skatelite through it to give it a very unique look and finish to it. These lines though are very useful from a practical point of view as it gives some definition lines to the overall shape as you roll through it at high speeds.
It was a serious ball buster to get that volcano surfaced and required a step back from it every so often to assess the situation. It felt so good to get it finished as it was a painful pain in the ass!
Welcome to the suck!! haha . I think this was very very late at night when everybody went home but when there is an event deadline coming up in a matter of days we don`t all have the luxury of going home.
I`m particularly proud of how this rolled hip worked out. The coping is perfect and the skatelite finish is beautiful.
Went with a different style of surfacing technique on this one. Went with a bit of a twist which was a good choice. Its nice to see a few different styles running through the one ramp.
The Event day finally came which meant the ramp was finally finished.. wooohoo. The comp was to kick off at 6 pm but we were still finishing the ramp at 6.15 pm. But according to all the skaters they thought it was amazing to see the ramp still being finished minutes before they got to get their shred on.
The skate comp was amazing and it is always fantastic to see stuff you have made being sessioned. Quick edit on the comp coming soon. Theres Kasper in the shades.
Here`s Peter and Aspen from Royal taking it easy with a beer after the party ended. Cheers guys for putting on a fun session.
Here is another reminder of the suck!!!
Thanks to everybody who was on this job and helped out in their own way. Kasper,Travis, Ryan C, Mark, Keld, Thomas Hvass, Jesper, Allan and Jonas. Cheers dudes. F
Myself, Keld and Aspen heading for a bar on Kelds cargo bike after the comp. Dead men cycling here!..But happy its over.