We'd heard about this spot in Geldrop but had never been to it. A little search on Google gave us the street name (Thorin) and the search was on. On the way we passed a little miniramp and street ramps and just 2 minutes after that we made it to the dirt spot. A zigzag fence was placed to keep the mopeds out which was good. I'm not sure where you rode when you were a kid but this is certainly one of those places for starters. Once they get better or grow older the jumps will grow with it. Basically it has one starting hill and three
Camp-Ramps just finished the action sports park in Düsseldorf Ulenberg Park. The Skate- and BMX-Scene organised the money from the council and managed to get a huge skatepark.
The Camp-Ramps Team build a huge line of different elements. A big Roll-In gives the speed to jump over a Jump Box with Hip-landing, followed by a Spine with two different height levels. A big Quarter completes the run. For further information check our homepage camp-ramps.com.
A special Thanks goes to Alexander from skAIDboard e.V. and to Sebo for their engagement and help! So if you want to ride a excellent set-up with a lot of airtime, meet a really friendly and strong scene and enjoy a perfectly build wooden Skatepark you should come to Düsseldorf!
This is the person who needs to hear concerns about the brooklyn banks closing. If you have time and could send him an e-mail or call (if you really have time). I was told that if enough people call/email in then they will realize how important this spot is to the NYC "action sports" community.
Regardless of what happens down there(and I will have updates this week) the more people that contact him the better chance we have of making sure that any work done near/at skate spots is done in a manner that keeps the community that uses the space in mind.
The new e-mail address to send your concerns to is:
We'd visited the park in Middelburg before but while we were in the neighborhood we stopped by again. It was rather crowded on the October day because of the school holidays but there was no stress at all getting a run in. Skateboards, scooters and bikes got along fine and with a park like this there are several areas where people can do their thing. It's got a lot of rails, ledges, flat banks and a little tranny left and right. Not really a park that flows like crazy but if you're into street riding you do not need to explore the city for that
For the time being Eindhoven has an indoor place to ride. We've got to thank Klaas and Pim van den Bos for that. So even when it gets cold and starts raining in the next few weeks, you've got an indoor location in Eindhoven city to work on your skills. An opening jam is coming up. We fired over some questions to Pim and here's what he had to say.
You and your dad have been lobbying for years to get an indoor place in Eindhoven. It looks like you have a place this winter. Is it a perfect situation? Pim: Actually it’s far from perfect but we didn’t have any indoor location in this area so it’s a good start. The park is located in an old Philips machine factory exploited by a foundation called ‘Straatcultuur en –sport’ (streetculture and –sports)and they called it ‘The Building’. My dad and I had started a foundation called ‘BMX Freestyle’ to fight for an indoor place in the area of Eindhoven (areacode: 040). Since our foundation was the only party working together with ‘Straatcultuur
Skatepark of Tampa is proud to announce the 2010 additions to their Bmx Team. Joining longtime Team members Jeff Harrington, Luis Pinzon, Sean Albright, Chad Moore, and Matt Coplon, we welcome aboard Tampa locals Josh Shaw (Kink Bmx), Conall Keenan (Profile), Tom Villarreal (Madera), and veteran, Forrest Roberts. With these additions, Skatepark of Tampa will be featuring bi-monthly web edits of our riders and will continue to host Bmx
Some might have the impression that I'm still in Las Vegas, but I'm not. Still I have some pics I'd like to share with you, like the shots of TJ Lavin's backyard. The yard has seen some work lately and also the warehouse for his toys is almost done. The jumps are rock hard but well shaped. There's even a resi to try tricks on. Two locals were riding when Jose, Webby, Shaw and I showed up the other day. Slayer showed up just when we were leaving for a BBQ at Cam White's place.
Tons of parks in Las Vegas. This one is the YMCA park. My friend and driver Jose Donoso took me there. He even brought a spare bike for me to roll around on. BMX riders outnumbered skateboarders, Micro scooter kids and inliners altogether which was a good sign. Numerous lines are possible here and some of the locals showed the way. View the photos and make some plans.
I'm pretty sure that officially it's not called the Penis Bowl but that's how people call it over in Las Vegas. Actually it's just 80 meters away from Pro Park and hella fun to ride. Shallow part on one side, steeper U section on the other side. Just fun, you know. Located in the North-East part of LV. Open all the time. BMX friendly. Lights at night.
This is Jose's local park. Jose lives around the corner and pedals to this place. He only riders there at night because it is too hot during the day. At night the little kids are gone too so that makes it even better. The park set up is square with some obstacles in the middle. It's not too fancy or challenging but Jose loves it.