A vert ramp is a form of half-pipe used in "extreme sports" such as skateboarding. A half-pipe is a structure used in gravity Extreme sports such as Snowboarding, Skateboarding, Skiing, freestyle BMX and Extreme sport (also called action sport and adventure sport) is a media term for certain activities perceived as having a high level of inherent Skateboarding is the act of riding and performing tricks using a Skateboard.
Another form of half-pipe is the mini ramp. A mini ramp is a type of Half-pipe which is typically less than 6ft high
Vert ramps are so named because they transition from a horizontal plane (known as the flat-bottom) to a vertical wall.
The typical height of a vert ramp is 10-14 feet, with anywhere from six inches to three feet of vert on the top.
The vert at the top makes it easier for the rider to catch air on a vert ramp than on a mini-ramp. This is because the vert at the top causes the rider to naturally go straight up instead of forward (as is the tendency on a mini ramp that does not go up to vert).
The act of placing one's skateboard on the edge of the ramp and riding the skateboard down the ramp is referred to as "Dropping in". Dropping in is a Skateboarding trick with which a skateboarder can start skating a Half-pipe by dropping into it from the coping instead of starting from the The term "dropping in" can be used with any extreme sport like Skateboarding Aggressive Skating or BMX, on any type of ramp. Skateboarding is the act of riding and performing tricks using a Skateboard. BMX ( Bicycle Motocross) is a form of Cycling on specially designed bicycles which usually have 20 inch wheels