Jägers Skate Park

Jägers skatepark started as a big slab of asphalt in 98. Teit built the first wooden ledges and manual pads at the city’s open youth woodshop and welded the first flatbars there as well. In 1999 we got 10 concrete blocks which made up our first “real street” ledge. With help from Cap P, Thomas Gade, Nillo, Hubert and other locals, Teit built a bunch of wood obstacles. Via continuous lobbying the local council Jägers got real funding in 2011 and 2012 which in turn made it possible to design the skatepark into the current granite plaza with a 1.000 square meters indoor -open 363 days a year from 9 to 22 and is free for all.The indoor features some of the original wood ledges as well as the granite blocks we got in 2006. 

Oscar Rambao ripping the indoor area at Jägers Skatepark

Jägers Skateboard Company Since 1998


Holmehaven Skatepark · Gentofte

Holmehaven opened in spring 2004 and was the second modern plaza style skatepark in Denmark (The first was Sct.Annagades School in Aarhus which opened in 2000 and was designed by architect Søren Nordal Enevoldsen). These construction techniques were still very new in Denmark and skate park budgets were still so limited that having concrete pavement was just not possible. Holmehaven has a mix of contrete ledges and hubbas and granite benches as well as gaps and stairs.

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Korsør Skatepark

This skatepark is a plaza style skatepark where the street obstacles are distributed around a large center “stage” with a 3-stair on one end and a 6-stair at the other. The design process took place in 2005 and the park had an extremely small budget but the local contractor somehow pulled it off. The ground unfortunately was asphalt due to the limited budget but all obstacles are concrete and of course there are a few granite ledges as well.