• DIY spot/skatepark review
  • Sulvilahti DIY

    Constructing of the Suvilahti DIY skatepark started in spring 2011 when the Finnish Skateboard Association rented 900m2 of empty property from the city of Helsinki. A group of local skaters got together and started raising money from the private sector to build a kind of concrete skatepark that didn’t yet exist in Finland. By the […]

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  • FDR Skatepark

    FDR Skatepark began its life in 1996 with a few small obstacles built by the City of Philadelphia in an attempt to meet the needs of a growing community. In true D-I-Y fashion, local skaters soon gathered their resources and began the ongoing construction of a space of their own design. Today, FDR is recognized […]

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  • Burnside skatepark

    Burnside skatepark is a really unique DIY skatepark project which began in 1990 in Portland, Oregon. It´s probably the oldest D.I.Y. concrete skatepark in the world, celebrating its 26th anniversary this year. It is an interesting place built without any permission and unpredictable future. Burnside skatepark is a perfect example of how can skateboarders claim […]