Build a skatepark with your own skateboard ramps and grind rails
As a kid, who wouldn’t want to have his or her own little skate park ready to skate on at any time?
With the skate ramps and scooter ramps we have in store, the childhood dream of having your own skate park can suddenly become a reality. We have both launch ramps, double ramps, fourways and mini ramps, suitable for both scooter riders and skaters. But without grind rails you can’t really call it a skate park, and we therefore also have different kinds of skate rails for you to have fun with. It’s nice to find cool spots to skate on everywhere around you, but having a home base where you can always go to is something else. You can skate there anytime you want!
Scooter ramps and skateboard ramps that you can move around
The other thing about our scooter ramps, skate ramps and grind rails is that they are easy to transport to other places. If you want to set up your skatepark differently, you can do it yourself. If you want to change location to a neighbor's place or your school yard, just have some friends help you out with moving them and you’ll be done in no time.
Work on your tricks till you master them
Learning tricks on your scooter or board is a long journey. Especially if you have a hard time finding good places where you can keep working on the same tricks over and over again until you master it. The good spots are often occupied by other skaters so you’ll have to spend time waiting for your turn. Other good places may be unusable during certain times of the day. With your own ramps and rails you can set it up just how you want it and skate whenever you want to. It’s an opportunity to learn tricks faster, as well as an opportunity to learn tricks with your fellow skaters at your place.
No skate park without a quarter pipe
To explain a quarter pipe it is best to start with the halfpipe. Imagine a normal pipe, that you cut in half. The result is the halfpipe, which is a favoured obstacle in skate parks. The idea to use the halfpipe as a skate park obstacle was inspired by a wave and the desire to imitate the movements of surfing on solid ground on a skateboard. Before the establishment of skate parks, surfers and skaters used to train their abilities in abandoned or empty swimming pools.
Nevertheless, the foundation of a skate park is the quarter pipe, the half of a halfpipe. Quarter pipes are versatile and can be used individually but also to create several different obstacles. Of course, you can put it together to rebuild a halfpipe, but you can also place them with their backs to each other to get a spine. Ramps are used to gain momentum and to perform tricks as airs, grinds, etc.