Rip it kids! For those looking for some help with their wheels – here are a few places kids can learn to skateboard in Hong Kong. From lessons to workshops to skateshops, this guide will have you grooving on the grid in no time.
Wish to join a Derby Team or simply rollerskate in along the promenade or Disney Park, why not learn at your own pace, one-on-one, or with a group of friends? Their expert coaches are bilingual and happy to travel for skate classes. They also offer tailor-made skating programs for your students, and they have a fantastic store in Causeway Bay that sells bespoke and customized rollerblades. Let Madame Quad know how they can help you get your skate on!
Madame Quad, 2C, 2F Po Foo Building, Foo Ming Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, madamequad.com
Seeds is a unique first skateboarding facility that offers one of the largest indoor skating parks in Hong Kong. They tailor-made programs and aim to provide a holistic approach for learning skateboarding for all levels, from beginner to competition level skaters, and to create programs that can fulfill the needs of all ages. SeedSkate takes pride in helping people of all ages learn how to skateboard, and they welcome anyone and everyone to give skateboarding a try!
Seeds, 5/F, The Mills, 45 Pak Tin Par St, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong, +852 2258 0400, firstname.lastname@example.org, https://www.seedskate.hk/
The Hong Kong Roller Skating School was founded in 2019 and is managed and is located 8th floor of MegaBox, Kowloon Bay, covering an area of over 25,000 square feet! They teach a wide range of competition skills, classes for children, classes for adults, private lessons and more! In addition, they also offer roller skating equipment sales and quotations, roller skating technical consulting services, etc.
The Hong Kong Roller Skating School, 2 & 5 of L8 in MegaBox, Enterprise Square Five, 38 Wang Chiu Road, Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong, +852 2377 9202, email@example.com, http://roller-school.org/
TKO Skateboarding is comprised of a group of experienced skateboarders who love to skate and share their passion to anyone who wants to learn how to skateboard. The teach in 3 public locations: Tseung Kwan O skatepark, Chai Wan skatepark and Morrison Hill skatepark (for beginners). Pricing starts at HK$300 per and you must bring:
-Your Skateboard Pads
All students must wear a helmet during lessons, padding is optional but highly recommended!
TKO Skateboarding, +852 5211 3080 (Whatsapp: Coach Sean), firstname.lastname@example.org, https://www.tkoskateboarding.com/
The Hong Kong Roller Sports Association was established in 1980, and it's committed to developing Hong Kong Roller Sports. The association is a member of the International Roller Skating Association, the Asian Roller Skating Federation, the Hong Kong Sports Federation, and the Olympic Committee of China.
Currently, they offer classes in skateboarding, art roller skating, speed roller skating, freestyle roller skating, and hockey.
The Hong Kong Roller Sports Association, +852 2504 8204, email@example.com, https://rollersports.org.hk/
Kenneth started his skateboarding journey in 1999 and has been in various competitions, such as Nike City Jam, Asian Indoor Games, Asia X-Game Championship, China X-Game Competition, Hong Kong Skateboarding Competition, and more. Since 2007, Kenneth has wanted to become a Skateboard Coach, to share his experience and knowledge with whoever wants to pick up a board. He coaches students from 5 to years old because he feels everyone can learn this great sport!
Kenneth Lee Skateboarding, +852 - 60179321, firstname.lastname@example.org, https://www.kennethleeskateboarding.com/
If your child gets into skateboarding, rollerskating, or any other roller sport, be prepared that they may come home with some bruises and scratches, as push themselves to do more tricks in the skatepark. So check out our list below with the top spots that sell protective gear, helmets, skateboards, rollerblades, accessories and more!
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