The date has been set and the categories have been announced for this year’s hottest event!

30th April 2018 – Good Friday!

The Urban Rider Games Categories have been announced see below for which category you’d be in. We’ve added some new categories in this year and some new pointers to make it fair for all. Next week you’ll be able to pre order your event ticket and T-Shirt. If you aren’t sure which category you are best in then please discuss it with us in store.

Junior Beginner Scooter – 8’s and under

Aged 8 years and below
Not Sponsored or have fan page

Junior Novice Scooter – 10’s and under

Aged 10 years and below
Not Sponsored or have fan page

Junior Pro scooter

Any advanced rider aged 12 years and below.
Riders who are sponsored by a shop, scooter, company or brand.
Riders that have a fan page on Facebook or Instagram.

Girls Only Scooter

Any age
Any ability.

Novice Scooter

Over 10 years but must never have competed before.
No Sponsored riders or riders with fan pages

Intermediate Open Scooter

Over 10 years.
Previous competitive experience
Must not be sponsored or have fan pages On Facebook or Instagram

Pro Scooter

Advanced Riders
Riders who are sponsored by a shop, scooter, company or brand.
Or/and have a fan page on Facebook or Instagram

Pro Street Scooter

Any age
Any ability

Skate Novice

Any age, not sponsored or have fan pages

Skate Open

Advanced skaters
All skaters sponsored by a shop, skate, company or apparel.
Or/and have a fan page with over Facebook or Instagram

BMX

Any age
Any ability

 

 

Help us Raise Awareness for Skateparks all over the Country!

The aim of this one-day event is draw awareness for better and free facilities for young riders. We need our council, along with other councils up and down the country to sit up and take notice. The local Oasis skatepark has become a second home to many young riders (metaphorically speaking) and their friends, and for this reason we need to protect it from the developers who want to take it away. Skate parks are seen as fantastic outlet for young people. It does not matter if you are rich or poor at these local skateparks, which is what makes these free open spaces truly unique and why they are so integral to our communities. Click here to watch this edit and see why it’s so important to help save the Oasis Skate Park and why the council can do more for the riders.

Come and support the Urban Rider Games and give the riders a voice.

Click here to sign our petition:

With a wide range of competitions with a price stash of up to £3000!!! there is definitely no reason to miss this event whether you are a beginner or pro  rider or a spectator. There will also be lots of giveaways and throw outs during the course of the event and a chance to meet Jordan Clarke, Matt Brind, and James Threlfall who are all respected and seasoned pros within their respective sports boasting many achievements such as world championships and big company sponsorships.

This is a community event, which we want everyone to enter and take part in whether you are a novice or a pro.