Mens Street Skateboarding made it's debut at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics over the weekend and Australia had Shane O'Neil representing us. He was up against a field full of amazing skaters from all over the world - including Nyjah Huston from the USA. So lets have a quick re-cap of the first ever Olympic Skateboarding competition...
Womens Street Skateboarding made it's debut at the Tokyo Olympics yesterday, and we were stoked to see all the girls our shredding. Including our young Aussie girl - Hayley Wilson. So if you missed it, let's have a look at what happened, and check the results for the first ever Womens Street Skateboarding Competition.
Last weekend, we got to host our first event in over 8 months... man it was a long wait, but it was awesome to be back. The Breaking Out of Lockdown Jam was all about bringing the RampFest Community back together for a night so good times - and all the classic mini-comps made an appearance.
Check out our Jam Video, Photo Album, and this awesome article from the guys at www.LiveBreatheRide.com
School Term is about to kick off again, and we're excited to be getting started with another 8-week coaching program for Skate, Scooter and BMX!
At the end of this Term, we're planning to launch our first RampFest Progression Session too - this will be a new type of event that is all about achieving personal goals - not about competing with others. But more on this soon...
For now, we want to introduce our Coaches for Term 1 of Ramp School:
If you've been to Rampfest anytime in the last 6-months, you might have heard the rumours about a major park update flying around... Well, we're pleased to let you know that they aren't just rumours! In the last week, we've started our biggest ever park update - spearheaded by our mate Jason Watts.
The upgrade is going to give the park new lines, new options and make it easier to ride for more people at once. We've been hearing a lot of people asking what exactly we're building, so we thought we'd give you a quick run down.