Just a ten-minute drive from the heart of Wagga Wagga, located on the Forest Hill Oval is a selection of ramps, banks, spine, euro gaps, rails and a mini ramp.

Rhino Ramps designed and created the ramps and placed them on a reasonably large slab of smooth concrete. The surfaces of the ramps are Skatelite, which is a super durable material that stands the test of time with weather degradation. Skatelite is a premium skate ramp surface that we love to see and skate, however, it can take a few runs to get familiar with as it is generally a slippery surface.

The ramps and rails are in an arrangement that allows skaters to pump from one side to the other without pushing.

The mini ramp is super mellow and a lot of fun to throw down on.

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