Get grindin’: Singapore skateboarding school to open indoor skatepark next month

An artist impression of the indoor skatepark in GR.iD Mall. Image: Por Vida Skateboarding
An artist impression of the indoor skatepark in GR.iD Mall. Image: Por Vida Skateboarding

Get your skates on at an upcoming indoor skating spot that caters to all ages and skill levels.

Local skateboarding school Por Vida Skateboarding is ramping up operations with an indoor skatepark opening Oct. 1 in the basement of GR.iD Mall on Selegie Road.

“With Por Vida Skateboarding Indoor Park and School being an indoor and centrally-located space, we hope to welcome skateboarders of all ages and skill levels with a thoughtfully-designed skatepark that features a wide variety of fun skate obstacles,” founder Pham Tan said in a news release.

The 6,708-sqft space is equipped with a range of skating obstacles like mini ramps, a flat bank, quarter pipes, a bench and rails, among many others.

Both aspiring and advanced skaters can kick it rain or shine in the air-conditioned space where the school’s certified skateboard instructors, who have a decade of teaching experience, are there to help conduct lessons and pass down the tricky skills.

Other wheel sports such as rollerblading, roller skating, longboarding and surf skating are welcomed as well.

There is also a resting and refreshment area to rest those tired legs.

No skates? No sweat. Gears are also available for rent or purchase.

Registration for classes is now open. 

Image: Por Vida Skateboarding

Image: Por Vida Skateboarding

Por Vida Skateboarding Indoor Park and School
Open daily 10am to 10pm
1 Selegie Road (GR.iD Mall), #B1-11 Singapore 188306

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