Welcome to only existing resource dedicated to helping DIY skateparks and upcoming skateparks raise money. The DIY Directory is a collection of DIY spots and skateparks around the country that is intended to inspire skateboarders to learn about DIY culture and give them the information they need start their own so we can keep the art of the DIY alive for generations to come. Through exclusive interviews, we give skateboarders access to inside sources from DIY parks all over the country who are telling their stories and sharing their tips of the trade. We work with each DIY in our directory to help them raise money to continue on with their project. Follow this link to go to the Directory :
If you would like list your DIY or skatepark in need of funding please email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Ben Berkowitz breaks down the story of how New Haven's underground Temple Street garage was trasnfomed into a DIY and gives tips about the politics of working with your local town government to bring skateboarding to your community in new ways.
For the first event of our Down the Line contest series, we have teamed up with the infamous Looney Tunes in West Babylon to put together a one of a kind game of skate tournament.