Freestyle are the UK's oldest and largest skatepark design and build company. Working with councils and architects on youth and community projects as well as urban regeneration schemes we strive to deliver skateparks that offer a safe and welcoming environment for skateboards, scooters and bmx's.
Each of our facilities is designed in conjunction with users to serve as a training ground for children and to challenge sponsored and professional riders from each wheeled sport discipline. Our experienced designers incorporate street, vert and plaza features to suit each style of riding whilst our landscape architects will mould the land to create parks which are sympathetic to the environment and beautiful to the passer by. We meet regularly with youth scooter, bmx and skateboard groups to ensure our designs are at the forefront of the sport.
Our established links with skatepark construction ensure our eye is always on the latest environmentally friendly and sustainable building techniques. If you are from a parish or town council, are looking to build a park locally or even just need advice on fundraising, section 106, planning permission, noise concerns, greenfield or brownfield site limitations, land contamination, please feel free to call and pick our brains.
With 30 continuous years in skatepark design and construction there is not much we haven't dealt with.
We have a small but very dedicated team.
Feel free to email us for information or telephone us on 01923 777 111
Freestyle Skateparks Limited, 135a High Street, Rickmansworth, Herts. WD3 1AR United Kingdom
Reg. England: 4940362 - VAT: 911 9863 08
We love to build parks that are great for skating.
This skate park includes a mix of street blocks, rails and banks along with a bowl section. This is a mixed ability park and suitable for all wheeled sports users.
Manchester locals are watching the concrete being laid and the granite ledges arrive this week on a long-awaited new extension to the Projekts Skatepark.
Freestyle Skateparks worked closely with the Projekts MCR team, (particularly John Haines and Vic) to design a quirky, but not awkward to use, skatepark design.
The new build is Plaza-esque with plenty of transitions that flow through the 820m2 space, including a long, grading mini from kerb height to a few feet high. Ledges, including granite ones are varied in shapes, lines and style.
Projekts Skatepark, Underneath Mancunian Way, 97 London Rd, Manchester, Lancashire, M1 2PG