Before we get to the ramps, we have a ton of viewing areas, retail, concessions, bathrooms, showers (camp use only), multi-purpose rooms and usually a good joke or two.
Rye Airfield is New England’s premiere skate & bike park. Our indoor skatepark was originally designed and built by Jack Murphy Productions (designers of The Gravity Games, Vans Skateparks and the Dew Tour) with the consultation of former Pro Skaters, Dave Duncan, Andy MacDonald and Chris Senn. Over the past decade we have remodeled a handful of times with the most recent phases of design and construction being completed by Brad Jameson and John Saxton of Skidmark Skateparks along with a covert crew of volunteers.
We are not just a skate & bike park though, we also offer a full service pro shop that carries a solid selection of bike, skateboard and scooter products from completes that are ready to go, or all the parts you need for a custom built ride. Our mechanics can build and repair just about anything that is used in the park.
Our year round indoor facility has 50,000 square feet and features everything you’ve dreamed about riding or skating all under one roof. Our outdoor area is more than 100,000 square feet and is a work in progress with wood and dirt features. The ultimate goal is to create an outdoor bike park that offers something for the cross-country mtb rider and the dirt jumping bmx rider.
-50,000 (that’s right FIFTY THOUSAND) square foot
Huge plaza area – 100′ wide by 125′ long. 3′ bank with big 3 set in, rebate wall, tight quarter with pool coping, deck to deck gap connected to intermediate street. Middle pyramid with 6-set, rail, and bank on one side, big 3 with round and square coping plus bottom level gap on another side, hip and bank on the third side. Curved rail on top. Back corner area features: astro turf “grass” gap, euro, tall down ledge, banked wall ride down a 3 set, big 4 set with drop ledge, rail, and wide & low down ledge.
Transition flow area featuring 10′ quarter with roll-in, quarters and bowled corners of various heights, two gigantic box jumps, long and low box jump, two huge hips, street spine with turkey tail wall ride attached, coffin door wall ride, and 17′ high rebate wall with waterfall.
36′ wide 3′ high mini ramp with roll-in. Micro ramps on the the mini ramp deck with roll-in, roller, quarter and pyramid. Mini box jump, micro pyramid with ride-on rail. Bank with quarter pipe set in. Flat rail, double level manual pad. Skatelite on the entire surface!
3 Concrete Pools
Beginner bowl: Snowman shaped bowl ranging from 2.5′ to 5′ deep with steel coping and roll-in.
Intermediate bowl: Snowman shaped bowl ranging from 5′ to 8′ deep with steel coping and roll-in.
Pro Pool: Peanut shaped bowl ranging from 6′ to 10.5′ deep with pool tiles and concrete pool coping all the way around.
2 Street Areas
Micro Street: Micro wooden street course with 2′ quarter, pyramid and bank.
Intermediate Street: 5′ quarters, 5′ banks, and 4′ banks on the ends, hip into plaza. Central pyramid with an up-across-down, flat bank with multiple removable items, manny pad, drop ledge, camel hump, step up a-frame, ride on grindable a-frame ledge, a-frame with hip. Seriously.
Wooden Clover Bowl
One-of-a-kind, 6’ deep, steel coping, 8’ extension with 7” of vert and escalator.
Our vert ramp is a nearly exact replica of what you would find on the Dew Tour – 60′ wide, 12′ tranny, 2′ of vert, 22′ tall x 5′ wide roll-ins on either end of one side, Skatelite Pro surface and a complete blast if you dare.
36’wide with a roller hump into the wooden bowl, one side has a rainbow with a hip, the other side has an oververt pocket opposite the hip, the hip sends you into a 16′ wide spine with a 4′ wide roller, all into the vert ramp, 12′ wide quarter to sub wall opposite the spine.