Skate Club

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Join the club

If you are looking for weekly group skateboard lessons with easy instant booking, then our Skate Club Membership is ideal. Enjoy unlimited access to all our Skate Club lessons. With dedicated instructors for both adults and children on every lesson. There’s no joining fee, and you do not have your own equipment.

Book easily by selecting the lessons you would like to attend on our Skate Club Calendar or simply call 07545 115 250, text or email us to let us know you will be attending. 

£60 monthly subscription per person
No commitments. You can stop at any time as long as you give us a month’s notice. Join today and start your journey rolling.

Locations

Location 1
Saturday and Sundays, 12 midday – 1pm, 1 hour lessons in West London (location to be confirmed by instructor on morning of lesson).

Dry weather location: Hyde Park, the Albert Memorial (W2 2UH). The Albert Memorial is situated in Kensington Gardens, London, directly to the north of the Royal Albert Hall.

Wet weather location: Royal Oak Skatepark (Torquay Street, London, W2 5EW). Just across the road from the Westminster Sports Academy.

Location 2
Saturday and Sundays, 11am – 12 midday, 1 hour lessons in South London (location confirmed by instructor on morning of lesson).

Clapham Common Skatepark (10 Rookery Road, London SW4 9DD). The skatepark is situated at the corner of Long Road and Rookery Road, just down the road from Clapham Common Tube Station.

Wet weather location: The Southbank Undercroft (Southbank Skate Space, 337-338 Belvedere Rd, Lambeth, London SE1 8XT), next to the Royal Festival Hall, a short walk from the London Eye.

Directions

Hyde Park
Near The Albert Memorial, Kensington Gardens, London, directly north of The Royal Albert Hall.

The closest stations are Hyde Park Corner, Marble Arch, Queensway, Bayswater, and Lancaster Gate.
Underground:  Piccadilly Line   District Line   Central Line
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Royal Oak Skate​park
Torquay Street, London, W2 5EW, across the road from The Westminster Sports Academy.

The closest station is Royal Oak.
Underground:  Hammersmith & City Line   Circle Line
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Clapham Common Skatepark
10 Rookery Road, London SW4 9DD, situated at the corner of Long Road and Rookery Road, just down the road from Clapham Common Tube Station.

The closest stations are Clapham Common station, Clapham Junction and Clapham High Street station.
Underground:  Northern 
Train:   Southeastern   Overground   South Western Rail   Gatwick Express   Southern 
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Southbank Skate Space
337-338 Belvedere Rd, Lambeth, London SE1 8XT), next to the Royal Festival Hall, a short walk from the London Eye.

The closest station is Waterloo.
Underground:  Bakerloo   Jubilee   Northern   Waterloo & City
Train:  Southeastern   South Western Rail 
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WHAT HAPPENS IF IT RAINS?

Not to worry! We set you up with a backup undercover location for your lesson in case of wet weather. If the weather is not looking good and you would prefer to re-arrange your lesson for another day just let us know with 48 hours-notice.

At the time of booking your lesson you will receive a lesson confirmation message including your instructors name and contact details for the day. If it is raining on the day of your lesson please contact your instructor for advice.

If you do not know your nearest undercover location, please contact us and we would be glad to help you.

DON'T HAVE ANY EQUIPMENT?

No Problem!
We can provide helmets, skateboards and pads, free of charge.

Vouchers make the perfect gift, visit our store for details.

LEVEL UP AS YOU LEARN

Level 1
Introduction to skateboarding including finding your stance, learning about your board, safety, learning to step on and off, pushing and turning.

Level 2
Building on level 1 you will improve pushing and turning on a board using both kick turn and carving. You will also learn your first basic balance tricks, how stop at speed and how to ride off curbs.
From levels 3 to 6 you have the option to progress with higher level street skateboarding techniques or move to skate ramps at the skatepark.

Level 3
Street: Learning to get up curbs, more advanced balance tricks, 180 degree kick turns and reverts on the flat ground.
Skatepark: An Introduction to skateboarding on ramps, skatepark safety, and 180 degree turns on both the flat ground and small ramps.

Level 4
Street: Learning more advanced revert tricks to avoid obstacles, working on reverts at speed and an introduction to Pop Shuvits.
Skatepark: Progressing to riding down bigger ramps, building confidence on ramps, and 180 degree kick turns on bigger ramps.

Level 5
Street: Introduction to powerslides, Ollies, Pop Shuvits on the move.
Skatepark: Learning how to drop in on various ramps, pumping to gain speed on ramps and an introduction to basic ramps tricks.

Level 6
Street: Improving your Ollies and Pop Shuvits on the move, powerslides at speed and using powerslides to adjust your speed.
Skatepark: Building confidence dropping in, pumping, kick turning on bigger ramps, introduction to Rock to Fakies, Axel Stalls and basic ramp grab tricks.