Hey guys whats up my name is Lukas Knopf and today I am going to show you how to build a beginner table dirt jump! a lot of you guys requested this video in the comment section, so I thought I am just going to show you today! I always give you guys a bts look when I build those big jumps, but for some of you it for sure makes more sense to start a bit smaller so this table jump I am about to show you is perfect for starting with any kind of bike MATERIALS you will need: 1 Shovel 2 wheelbarrow 3 if it gets muddy you might need some rubber boots 4 and for sure you will need some dirt! I still have a lot of dirt over there which are leftovers from the stuff we built recently before we start here are some more tips don’t just start to built somewhere. make sure if the property belongs to somebody and ask him Kindly if you are allowed to build a little jump there! someone might want to put his horses or cows on to the field or in the woods the forester needs to be ask, so make sure you do that so ask your neighbor, your friend, someone in your community might know someone who knows someone who has land to build jumps if you have your own place where you can build on – perfect! 2: The Run-In! Somewhere a bit downhill or where you are at least able to do 2,3,4 pedal strokes to get some good speed for the jump the jump wont be so big anyways so you wont need loads of speed, but keep that in mind if you want to build it bigger one day tip 3: keep it clean! don’t leave any rubbish, don’t make to much noise in the woods, don’t cross footpaths and so on if you guys found the perfect property now you should move on to step 4: getting the dirt! I would recommend to not dig a huge whole next to the jump. go a bit further to avoid crashes in to deep digging holes search for a good spot and start digging, maybe not even holes, try to take of the dirt from a bigger area tip 5: measure your jump! take your bike, take the wheel dimension for the width and the bike length as the overall length of the bike now don’t pile the dirt just on one place, try to put it firmly in this rectangle so your jump stays in those measurements you just took then try to build it like a pyramid! you will get the take off and the landing aswell maybe even try to mark it like that this should be perfect, also the measurements for the take off and the landing now start digging! also the take off and the landing should be about the dimension between your back and your front wheel so it wont get to kicky! and the landing will have enough dirt to catch you again tip 6: save some dirt. if you find some old trees, logs, or stones laying around try to build them into your table jump this will save you some time, work and a lot of dirt for sure but take care: this stuff should be covered completely in dirt so it wont cause any injuries and take care of the frogs and other animals, let them free and let them live tip 7: if the table jump looks like this try to walk on it! this will compact the dirt and makes it hard! so you will also know how high you still have to go and next tip: the height! don’t build it to big, about 50 or 60 cm (about 2ft) i will now add some more dirt so the jump will be about 50 cm high! and there is still some dirt missing in the front and in the back and next tip! tip 8: it will save time if you invite some Buddys to come help you build! this just took me about half an hour, so if you are like 3 guys this will be ready in no time now its time to shape and pack this thing then it should be ready to ride! shape it firmly and put the spare dirt on top tip 9: shaping the jump! do steady motions with your shovel make it look like a take off to pack it: hit it with the shovel like that! and not just from the top but with a little twist so the dirt wont stick to the shovel top to bottom or bottom to top, how you like it remove those things get rid of the stones aswell nice and smooth transition don’t forget about to sites so the jump ill be packed everywhere my dirty was pretty sticky and wet because of the rain. if you build when its dusty and super hot water the jump in between! so tip 10: watering! which helps to pack the jump! so you are able to hit the jump soon finished and looks good right?! landing a bit longer than the take off about 60 cm high I think the perfect size to get started with jumping still pretty wet from the rain so I will do a little transition and I will see you guys tomorrow to test ride this thing but even if it would be more dry it makes sense to leave it like this over night so it will get more packed and stays longer like this jump is pretty packed, bike is ready so lets try it out 1 or 2 pedal strokes so thats how you build yourself your own dirt jump table! you can build out bigger, taller, widther whatever, if you are already able to ride table jumps make a double jump! for beginners: build a table first! its just more save! 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