£10,000 buys you your own skatepark. Kink 2011 bikes also now in stock

Seventies selling Backyard Jam ramps

BMX distributor Seventies is selling the entire stock of ramps used in the legendary Backyard Jam competitions.

Listed on Ebay for a sale price of £10,000, the Canadian designed and built ramps cost £40,000 back in 2001 and have been used in just 11 competitions.

The course was designed to be used as a professional standard BMX street course and has received international acclaim from many of the worlds top riders. The course is designed in a modular format so can be set up in an unlimited amount of configurations. The platforms and supporting frame work are hinged so they can fold down to reduce space during storage and transportation.

Interested buyers can call Seventies on 08453 103670 to discuss further.

The first shipment of Kink’s 2011 complete bikes has also just landed with the distributor and the range can be viewed here.

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