The Ewok Compound is not only an amazing park for friends to come together and skate but also a testament to the longevity of Skatelite. Every piece of surface has been recycled from past builds ranging from Daewon Song’s mini ramp to Danny Way’s mega ramp. Each piece tells a story and has found its new home at the Ewok Compound.
Meet Alchemy Skatepark in Skatelite’s hometown of Tacoma, Washington! Alchemy holds it down for the local scene of Tacoma providing a safe spot for all ages to learn how to skateboard as well as the Grit City Grindhouse for all your skateboard needs. If you are ever in the area be sure to check them out and support such a vital part of the local skate scene.
Welcome to Woodward Park City! Skatelite had the pleasure of visiting the beautiful state of Utah to stop by and see Woodward’s newest facility in Park City. If you have ever been to a Woodward, you know there’s no short of fun things to do. Learn more about the Park City location here and to book a visit or lessons hit the link HERE.
Skatelite teamed up with Elliot Sloan and his apparel brand Sloan Wolf Co. to bring you two new limited edition Skatelite Henleys. For every shirt sold Skatelite will donate $10 to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Pick up a shirt HERE.
There’s a story behind every ramp! Go behind the scenes with us at Atiba Jefferson’s backyard miniramp and learn about the history of his ramp and more.
Bridge to Skate is a nonprofit that empowers today’s youth by offering skateboarding as a vehicle for creative expression and a way of owning their own wheels.
Oliver Flores and David Reyes recently organized a bike ride from Phoenix to Long Beach to raise money for Bridge to Skate. The donations were directly used to update dilapidated ramps at the Compton Youth Activities League facility.
Keen Ramps donated their labor and Skatelite chipped in some brand new surfacing for the ramps. To learn more about Bridge to Skate follow them on Insta or visit the link HERE to donate!
Welcome to Cayucos Skatepark! Skatelite took a quick trip up to Cayucos, California with some homies and had to stop by this beachside bowl. If your ever in the area be sure to get a session in on this awesome FREE public park.
GIVEAWAY!! Skatelite is giving away three of Elliot Sloan’s first Birdhouse Skateboards pro models. All you have to do is leave a comment on this video in YouTube and subscribe to Elliot’s Youtube and Skatelite.
The winner will be picked next week on 10/28/20
Now residing in Oceanside, California our friends Dalton and Kanaan Dern got a facelift on their old beat-up backyard ramp and of course, they killed it. Honestly didn’t think it was possible to get such heavy clips on a 2 footer! – Skatelite
For the last several years Skatelite has been testing various material throughout skate parks that provide a diverse amount of attendance, dust, and climate. Through this lengthy and rigorous testing phase, Skatelite has developed a product with honeycomb shapes embedded into the material which reduces friction between the skate wheel and the ramp surface. This technology allows you a more reliable grip when you need it, and the control you’d want to slide out or revert.
Skatelite Traxion will be replacing the previous Skatelite Indoor material. The added benefit to this material is that if you do not want the textured application, you can flip the material over and install the standard mill finish that they have always offered. (Patent Pending)
While Skatelite wanted to tell the story of the Orchid Skatepark; they also wanted to showcase all the amazing skating that went down during their visit…
Welcome to The Orchid Skatepark in Goleta, California! This hidden gem paradise offers everything from skate lessons, camping, live bands, good times, and much more. This may be a private park but it welcomes the local community to experience more than your average park.