May 14th, 2015
Here’s our blank canvas! Before you know it, these piles of dirt and rocks will be transformed into skate able concrete obstacles for your personal enjoyment.
What’s new with us!? We have a good amount of new projects coming down the pipeline! This week we bring you a concept design from our upcoming Pueblo, Colorado project. The park features two distinct areas, one portion of the park being a street plaza design closer to the center of the park. The second portion, located on the riverside and intentionally placed in line with the river, will primarily be transition with a mix of a few street obstacles in between.This area will also have a few key features such as a possible cradle, two bowls with a mix of steel coping and pool block, and various transition sizes to accommodate all skaters from beginner to advanced.Check out one of our most recent concept plans for Pueblo, Colorado below and feel free to tell us what you think!
As soon as we finished the new Breckenridge, Co park the locals came in and immediately starting ripping. Here is a video by Taylor DeHart that perfectly documents the completed park as well as the amazing talent that helps make up Colorado’s awesome skate scene. Great work from everybody involved with this one.
Thank you to everybody for being patient while we remodeled the Breckenridge, Colorado Skate Park. The new park turned out better than we ever imagined, and it is now officially open. Now get out there and enjoy the beautiful weather!
As you can see, the Breckenridge Skate Park is moving along very quickly. Knowing that winter strikes early up in the mountains, our guys are doing everything they can to get this park done as soon as possible without compromising their vision for the superb park that Breckenridge deserves. For more updates on this project and many others, Follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
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Here is an update from Breckenridge, CO. The guys are flying through this project. With the amount of work they are getting done, each day the park looks a little more fun than the last. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram to keep up with all of the progress on this and other projects.
When Joe Storm isn’t pouring concrete, he is skating it, and if you have ever watched him skate then you already know how stylish/effortless this trick was. This photo is the kind of photo you can stare at for hours. Phenomenal camera work Coburn Huff!