moving ramp

moving ramp

A continuously moving system on which passengers stand, to be carried along a horizontal plane or up an inclined plane.
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Marvel at MSI's motorcycle stunts, including high speed moving ramp jumps, along with car stunts, quad crossover jumps and a large static car jump.
There are six huge staircases, five fast passenger elevators and a moving ramp for the disabled.
The musicians and dancers rose from beneath the stage, and Madonna entered on a moving ramp before she was lifted skyward.
In climates where it never snows, some people practice on a wide, moving ramp, watching their moves in a mirror.
Producing a moving ramp for loading and unloading of vehicle transport ships.
Jason still holds five world records which include: The longest-ever motor bike jump of 253ft at Donington Park, near East Midlands Airport n World record for jumping lorries parked side by side, with Jason leaping over 21 of them in Germany n A 122ft leap off a moving ramp.
as its moving ramp carried visitors past Progress City, a 115-foot-long diorama of Disney's vision for the Experimental Prototype City of Tomorrow, or EPCOT.
Jason's 122-foot leap off a moving ramp is another world record.
November 12, 2000 Rednal Airfield World head on moving ramp record 122ft.
Tenders are invited for provide on-call full design, estimating and construction administration services for modernization of specified conveying equipment including but not limited to elevators, escalators, dumbwaiters, moving ramps, platform lifts, and other conveying equipment.
Knowsley magistrates court heard staff were moving ramps which are part of equipment designed to raise motor vehicles above the ground.
SSX has that too in the "Tokyo Megaplex," where boarders must maneuver through moving ramps, flippers, opening and closing doors, all set in an exaggerated version of Japan's indoor snowboard parks.