Reality by Design
Research and development since day one!
The first step in having a functional and fun skatepark is knowing how much space you have to work with.
Here's a little checklist to help start you in the right direction.
Second, what type of terrain do the skaters want to ride on? Banks, quarterpipes, ledges, rails, hips, stairs, funboxes, loading docks, halfpipes, and bowls all qualify as legitimate obstacles. There are numerous possibilities and endless combinations, and your park will be unique, not a mere copy of the skatepark the next town over. Skaters will always want variety, by nature.
And third, how much will your budget allow you to spend? Think about what you really need and what you really can afford. Starting small and adding on later is a great way to get the ball rolling, especially for smaller communities who have the demand for a quality park but have limited funds. Have the space for a bowl but not enough funds? You could start with a halfpipe before you add in those bowl corners.
Custom work is what we're all about. We'll work with you one-on-one to create the best possible layout for your individual situation. Whether its skateboarding, in-line skating, or freestyle bmx, the Plywood Benders can custom create a setup that is practical, durable, and most important, fun to ride.