Sources & Resources

Following is a list of Web sites and contacts for further information and resources that should be beneficial in starting up a wheelcentric program, whether it’s a skatepark or mountain boarding.

Related Article: All A Board

Also, check out the Skatepark Report on page xx, which provides basic information on companies who provide skateparks — from portable, modular systems to permanent concrete parks. The full report can be found at www.camp-business.com.

HYLINE SPORTS

110 East 59th St. #3201

New York, NY 10022

(212) 688-5600

(212) 688-6683 (fax)

HYLINENY@aol.com

www.mongoosetb.com, www.hylineatb.com

Mountain boards and off-road dirt tracks and trails.

Skatepark Association of the United States of America

www.spausa.org

Skating advocacy group Web site that includes a link to related associations.

United States Ski and Snowboard Association

www.usskiteam.com

Official site of the US Ski Team that includes links to related clubs, organizations and programs as well as a link to the US Snowboard Team, among other information.

United States of America Snowboard Association (USASA)

www.usasa.org

This site includes information about competition regions, event schedules, news, a message board and more.

Related posts:

  1. All A Board
  2. Where To Start
  3. Crafting Resources
  4. The Camp Business Market Report 2005-2006
  5. 2003 Skatepark Report

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