DIYskate.com


DIY - Do It Yourself!

 

Welcome to DIYskate.com. My name is Jason and this is my contribution to the skateboarding community. There's over fifty pages of free plans which I have designed and engineered to hopefully be the most accurate, cost effective and enjoyable ramp plans and how to make a skateboard plans on the internet.

They're all free and can be found by following the navigation column on the left.

Clicking on the DIY Ramps link will take you to a page full of ramp plans including kickers, grind boxes and ramps.

The DIY Skateboard link will take you to a page with articles on how to make your own skateboard. With pages like, how to make a wood skateboard mold and a concrete skateboard mold (spoiler alert, the wood mold isn't worth it in my opinion, stick with the concrete mold). And how to make the press and even where to get the veneer and glue to make your own skateboard deck. Try it, there's nothing like the satisfaction of you and your buddies skating decks you've made yourself. And who knows, maybe you'll end up starting your own skateboard company... There's already a couple skateboarding companies out there that have started from the plans on this very site.


Late winter update

To all my DIYskate.com supporters and fans... thank you all so very much for all the kind emails, great pictures and praise you've sent my way over the years. Thanks to everyone who has donated as well. It's been an amazing journey for the last 9 years, and I really can't thank you guys enough. But as all things eventually do, my time as the owner and editor of DIYskate.com has come to an end. I'll always have been the founder and creator, but soon the site will change ownership.

Rest assured, the new owner is also from the skateboarding community and gives me his word that the concept and ideology of DIYskate.com will continue on long after I've left. There will be some changes I'm sure, but from what I understand, they will all be for the better and the updates will be much more frequent.

So once again, thank you guys, each and every one, for your support over the years. I'll miss you all - Jason


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