JD's Garage Micro
Next I applied my second layer of 3/8" plywood in the same manner, marking it first, then applying it. For this layer I decided to bend the center two pieces of plywood against the grain, and the two just below the coping with the grain. I did this on purpose because I did not want every layer's seams to fall in exactly the same place. If they do fall in the same place with each layer, then the seams can be a little bumpy and it can also cause more wear and tear on these seams as you skate the ramp. With this second layer I'm overlapping the center seam. On the third layer I'll overlap the transition seams, and in the end, no seem will be in the exact same position all the way through the finished 3 layers of plywood.
Another thing worth mentioning for this layer is that although my first layer went on as 4 sheets without me having to cut, the second layer needed a slight amount trimmed off of each sheet just below the coping. This is because with each sheet you apply you're slightly decreasing the radius of the surface of the ramp due to the plywood's thickness.
Here's a photo of the ramp after the second layer of plywood surfacing.
Here's another photo with one of the platforms in view since that's what I decided to work on next.