Ninja MTB Hopper Moto Jump Ramp


The MOTO ramp was designed for low & medium speed jumps (10-30 km/h) in the 2nd gear for enduro & MX bikes. The angle of the take-off is designed to recreate the dynamics & feel of higher speed jumps on a real dirt track. It makes it possible to clear 13-33 foot gaps.

The ramp has a wheel extension that allows you to move a ready-to-use ramp one location to another without un-assembling it. It also folds in one briefcase which is more convenient to transport the ramp.

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The geometry of the Moto ramp is quite passive – created for beginners. It has a height adjustment amplitude 28 to 31 inches. Leg travel of 3 inches.

Due to our revolutionary truss construction, the ramp has become way more stable, very adaptive to any surface/terrain. It can be placed at various angles by regulating the length of each leg – possible to change the radius of the surface. (surface radius R 157 to R 197 inches). (surface radius around R 295 inches).

The surface of the ramp is created for motorcycle sports. It is perfect for step-up clearing slope, step down, big air, big air, clearing a gap, etc. The ramp was tested with: KTM 790 R Adventure, KTM EXC 450, Husqvarna FE450, and more.

Technical data

  • Assembly: 5 min
  • Weight limit: 300 kg
  • Ready to use ramp dimensions: 28 – 31 (height) x  34 (width) x 91 (length) inch
  • Briefcase dimensions: 31 x 34 x 8 inches (one briefcase)
  • Product weight (total): 80 lb
  • Wheel Extension weight: 11 kg

Packaging data

  • Ready-to-ship product dimensions (+packaging): 34 x 39 x 10 inches
  • Product weight (+packaging): 80 lb

Additional information

Weight 80 lbs
Dimensions 39 × 34 × 10 in

About Richard / NINJA

Richard La China is a former professional mountain bike racer, IMBA Certified Mountain Bike Skills Instructor who coaches beginner to pro cyclist. Currently working with mountain bike XC, Endurance and Enduro racers and other competitive and non-competitive mountain bike riders seeking to become their best.

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