The brand new Kennesaw Georgia Skatepark we built and designed just celebrated the grand opening of their first SLS certified skatepark. Check out this clip edit by the Street League association,in which Ryan Sheckler and Torey Pudwill made it out to skate with the locals. And a BIG THANKS to KENNESAW city officials for allowing us to make this possible.
Here are a couple of photos from the parks grand opening, but be sure to also check out Street League’s post of the opening of our newest SLS certified skatepark build. T-Pudd and Sheckler made it out for the for the parks opening day. Stay posted for some more in-depth video edits and more action packed shots of the pro’s soon to come!
Ryan Sheckler and Torey Pudwill will be the first to demo the new 40,000-square-foot Kennesaw Skatepark during an opening day celebration on Saturday, November 23rd. Festivities begin at 10 a.m., and gates open to all skaters after the demo. This is our 3rd certified Street League Course we have built, after Erie, Colorado and Lake Havasu City, AZ!
This state-of-the-art skatepark is a 40,000 square foot all-concrete facility is the exact course the pros skated from Kansas City Street League 2012. Along with the pro skate plaza we added bonus quarter pipes and planter ledges around the frame of the course. To round out the skate park we also built a backyard bowl with pool tile, including our premium Golden State Coping, and a competition flow course! “There is no other skatepark within 300 miles that matches the quality and versatility of Kennesaw Skatepark,” said Mayor Mark Mathews. “This facility moves skateboarding in this area to the next level.”
Located at 3140 Old 41 Highway, the park is open daily from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. There is no charge to use the facility.
Early next year prepare yourself for a massive 40,000sq foot skate park we’re building for Vans. This skate park will have two major sections. The upper section will feature a competition clover bowl, backyard bowl, and a flow course with a mini ramp section. The lower section contains a full street plaza, including an 8 stair with gap to rail, various smaller stair sets, a tech zone with planter ledges, and a volcano with a palm tree in the center.
Here are some progress shots taken by: Ray Zimmerman
Our boys over at Hella Clips just put up a new edit, with some locals holdin it down at at one of our newest builds the Oceanside Prince Park.
Check out Sean Malto destroying our different Street League courses built in this 2013 edit.
Peep this clip of Westgate hodling it down over at The Berrics.
Zero put together this sick edit to give us a taste of whats to come. Check them out unloading with a pallet jack at the infamous Black Box TF reconstructed by California Skate Parks.
New video edit from another one of our project builds at the Nike 6th & Mill TF. Check Caio Notaro and Kelvin Hoefler putting in some insane stunt wood work in this clip.
Bummed you didn’t get a chance to make it out to Lake Havasu City for the grand opening of the largest skaet park in Arizona? No worries, we got it all on film! See how it all went down below.