Ramps come in all kinds of shapes and sizes, and if you ride them, you are eventually going to want to know how to ollie off the end of a ramp. Ollying off of ramps can be a lot
Before you tackle these instructions, you are going to want to know:
So, you're all set with what you need to know in order to learn to ollie on a ramp. Perfect. Now, ramps come in all kinds of shapes and sizes, from plywood planks leaning on piles of bricks to concrete ramps at a skate park, to huge thirty foot tall vert ramps. Most of the skills of ramp riding will apply to any kind of ramp - it just takes some tweaking and getting used to. If you want to ollie off of huge ramps, start with small ramps, only a few feet high, and work your way up. Read through all of these instructions before you head out and do anything. Picture the trick in your mind, and make sure it makes sense. Doing this before you head out any try it will help you out a lot.
And, with learning to ollie on and off of ramps, I really have to stress that you should wear a helmet, at least while you learn how. It's just too easy to crack your head on a ramp, and even though you might think you don't need your brain, trust me - you will miss it when it's gone!