We came across this video and were very impressed by its creativity. The featured artist in the video designed these interlocking blocks that are what we like to call “skate-able features.” Then he invited professional skateboarders known all around the world to skate/play on the blocks. An inspirational skate video to the max!
Erika was rolling in less then an hour. It was great working with you! Thank you for choosing Skate Catalyst. Watch the “ultimate Erika Highlight Reel” here.
Concrete Pouring for Boston Skatepark We can’t wait for the Lynch Family Skatepark to open! The Charles River Conservancy just announced that California Skateparks will begin pouring concrete soon. Over the past few months we have been watching the construction progress first hand. This empty spot under the Zakim is already beginning to resemble a world class Read More
Boston’s #1 Skateboard Instructor Private 1 on 1 Lessons with Ben Kerrigan The Boston Common is the oldest park in America! The Common was established in 1634 by Massachusetts Governor John Winthrop. The Boston Common is also famous for some awesome beginner and advanced skateboard spots. This is 1 of the very unique locations where we Read More
This past Tuesday we spoke with students at Roger Clap School! We talked about skateboarding fundamentals, history, Tony Hawk and the current state of Boston Skateboarding. The 5th grade class was so excited about skateboarding their teacher suggested writing a letter to the Dorchester Reps about building a skatepark! Thank you to Kenny Jervis and Read More
SkateboardEDU – Skateboard Training Programs – Needham, MA We are excited to be offering our Summer SkateboardEDU camp with the Needham Park and Recreation for the third year in a row! Ages: 8 to 11 years old. Sessions: July 6 – 10th July 20 – 24th July 27 – 31st Times: 9:00am – 12:00pm Location: Pollard Read More
WHY: This meeting will decide the future of the Cassidy DIY. Our Boston Parks contact said “if no skaters show up it will be assumed that no one is interested and no skatepark will be considered in the redesign.” WHERE: Boston College Gasson Hall Room 201 140 Commonwealth Ave, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 WHEN: Wednesday Read More
Our friends at Skaters For Public Skateparks published our article “Stand for Boston Skateboarding.” We hope this essay is a useful resource for skatepark advocates all around the world! Remember advocacy starts with the public voice. Make sure you voice your thoughts and ideas by completing our Boston Skatepark Survey. And lastly a big Thank You to Ben Read More
I just got back from a mission trip with Soles 4 Souls to Guatemala. The Soles 4 Souls mission is to meet the basic need of shoes in developing countries. As all skateboarders know; shoes are a very important part of skateboarding and even more so in day to day life. It was very humbling to meet Read More
Here are the highlights from the Lynch Family Skatepark Ground Breaking. Filmed and edited by Ben Kerrigan.