We are running a special offer for Youth Groups and Organisations at the moment. If you work for one of these organisations and wish to bring a group to Rampworx for a taster session, please get in touch. Places are limited and we are operating on a first come first served basis.
Due to the nature of this offer it is only available to one booking per group/organisation. Terms and conditions apply.
To book your session please call 0151-638-9000 or email email@example.com.
Rampworx took part in a Table Football tournament at the Metquarter, hosted by C.A.L.M. It turns out that we suck at Table Football! But non the less it was a great event, lot’s of people showed up to spectate and compete, not only this but Metquarter put on a free bar and food! Keep up the good work guys.
This documentary film is different from most bmx videos, it was made with Jon Taylor to talk about his passion for bmx, his early days, how he evolved to who he is now, how bmx has changed throughout the years for him.
From his first bike at 14, riding with Matt Hoffman in the early years, to the first ever “big air” and his sponsorship with Hoffman bikes then to Vans UK team manager.
This is a short film for bmx riders (and non bmxers) of all ages to watch and enjoy, theres also some sick riding inside!!
Filmed by Oliver Walker, watch the video here.
If you’re talking about tech progression in BMX, you’re talking about Liverpool local Harry Main. But if you’re talking about someone blasting ridiculous flairs and unreal 360-inverts over a spine, you’re probably talking about the same person. Every time a new Harry Main clip hits the Internet, the entire BMX world loses its mind, and with good reason. Harry brought the flair-to-footjam and the flair drop-in to BMX, and who knows what he’s cooking up next.
The Rampworx Summer Pass is back for another year! The £99 pass will allow you the ride/skate Rampworx as much as you want between July 26th and the 5th September. Ride all day every day, or until your feet fall off.
Available to purchase in store now!!
Rampworx will be premiering the new Skateboard film “A day at the Park” during our FREE Summer Clinic on July 28th.
A portrait of the greater Seattle skateboard scene. Featuring over 30 skateparks and the locals who skate them. An official selection of the 2009 Skateboard Film Festival.
We are working on some new ramps at the back section of the park, where the step up used to live. Stay tuned for more details as it progresses.
We will be uploading photos everyday so that you can see the progress of the build. Keep checking back for the latest updates!