The first skateboarders took big wooden boards into empty swimming pools to mimic the waves of surfing. Not until the 1970’s, the first concrete skateboard park was made in Southern California. No one knew the skateboard boom was about to begin. There were a lot of skate parks that were built in the next few years. Today, there are 2,600 skateboarding parks in America. Skateboarding has taken off with the pros, , who have brought it to the main stream.
Our Cost in Buckeye
We offer competitive pricing for beginners and people of all ages. Our lessons are sold in packages. The price of a single session can be as low as $46 if you purchase one of the larger packages.
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– Go Skate runs one the most popular YouTube Channel with over 3,000,000 views and 17,000 subscribers.
– Go Skate is an ASA (The American Skate Association) Accredited School for safety and skills.
– Go Skate has been featured on ESPN, CNN.com, About.com, and Yahoo Sports!
– Go Skate was selected as the first school to teach kids for the government of Ireland.
Scheduling lessons in Buckeye is easy because we have lessons offered 7 days a week at all of the local skate parks.Since we offer one on one lessons with many instructors you can pick almost any time and date to start.
Lessons can start as soon as next week.
The Best Customized Skateboarding Instruction in Arizona
The American Skateboard Association has given our school full certification to teach. It has given us their highest level of rating. Our school is the most successful in the USA with over 8,000 taught. We teach all ages.
Our Students in Buckeye
We have students of all ages and levels. We start with safety first, but the rest of the lesson is custom to your level and goals as a skateboarder. We have taught a 78 year-old grand father who wanted to skate with his grandchildren. It is never too late to start.
What Our Packages Include
How to Start Lessons
Step 1– Call Us: 800-403-2405 or inquire below for pricing
Step 2– Book a location and dates
Step 3– Show up with board and safety gear (or you can rent ours)