The Biggest Dirt Quarter Pipe Ever Built is Back. And This Time the World’s Best BMXers Have A Ticket To Ride…

The iconic Bas Keep prepares to return to his Quarter Master project... with 11 other riders.

Last year BMX ace Bas Keep built the biggest dirt quarter pipe ever created. Now he’s going back to his Quarter Master project with 11 other riders – and he’s making it bigger and better than ever.

“I had wanted this done for years, but we had never got around to making the time,” the rider told Mpora.

“Everything has just aligned now to make it work, and I’ve been able to choose 11 other guys to come and ride it with me.

“Photos make it look big but when you get up there in person, that’s when you get blown away by it.”

“It’s a bit of a test, because nobody knows what it’s going to be like. I think the riders are going to be scared, which worries me a little bit, but hopefully we’ll touch on new territories and push forward.”

Quarter Master initially aired late last year, with Keep landing jumps of over 45ft from the 26ft quarter and getting some insane shots in the process.

Just in case a dirt jump twice the size of a double decker bus isn’t rad enough though, Keep has made a few cool twerks to the project as he prepares to head back to the Welsh setting on September 1.

The Englishman continued: “We’re going to have the big quarter pipe again but this year with two landings instead of one.

“We’ve got a big double after one of the landings and also a big hip – a left hip – up against a landing too. There’s a few more obstacles this time!

“Photos make it look big but when you actually get up there in person, that’s when you really get blown away by it.

“This is definitely the next level. The first of September is going to be the highlight of my BMX life!”

“This is definitely the next level. The first of September is going to be the highlight of my BMX life!”

It’s not just Bas who’s buzzing to get going either. Daniel Sandoval, Anthony Napolitan, Kriss Kyle, Kye Forte, Ruben Alcantara, Mike Clark, Sergio Layos, Matt Roe, Morgan Wade, Tommy Dugan and Corey Bohan are also heading off to ride the ramp next week.

Scottish star Kriss Kyle is super stoked about riding some lines on the giant dirt ramp.

“It’s going to be sick man,” said the rider, when we caught up with him for a chat on the Red Bull Local Hero Tour.

“It’s intimidating and it’s going to be scary because I’ve never rode anything like that on such a massive scale, but honestly, I just cannot wait to go.

“It’s a good list of riders too and all friends, so it’s going to be a good time for sure no matter what happens.”

For a chance to head along and watch Bas Keep and the BMX team ride Quarter Master on 4 September, click here for more details.


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