Quinn M. from Tempe, Arizona!

Born and raised in Portland Oregon, Quinn started skating in one of skateboarding’s capitals at the age of 9. 12 years later, at the age of 21, living in Tempe while completing his final year at ASU, he loves it more than ever. Quinn believes that skateboarding is an art form, much like traditional martial arts. Once a skateboarder masters the basics, they can begin to express themselves through small intentional movements, a style unique to them. A new world opens up for them, culturally, as well as how they see architecture and the environment around them. Skateboarding has played a huge role in Quinn’s life, and it has shaped him into the person he is today. He would love to share his passion and expertise with anyone who shows interest.  Contact Quinn via text to schedule a lesson now. FLEXIBLE AVAILABILITY

Abel G. from Tucson, Arizona!

Abel skates with his friends. He can teach any trick depending on the person’s skill level, athleticism & ability to cope/follow. He considers HIMSELF to be a very well-rounded skateboarder so he feels comfortable teaching almost any type of trick. He can teach them how to 360 flip big flip ollie big heel flip etc. However, we would need to begin with the fundamentals to level up to tricks. So those would be the Ollie kickflips shuv its and 180s.

Improve Your Skateboarding in a Two Week-Long Course

Skateboarding is a recreational activity, an art form, or a method of transportation. Skateboarding has been designed and influenced by many skateboarders throughout the ages. A 2002 report by American Sports Data found that there are 18.5 million skate boarders in the world. 85 percent of skateboarders polled had used a board in the previous year were under the age of 18, and 74 % were male. Those numbers have have doubled since the time of the study. In the ensuing years the actual locations of skate parks have more than tripled making it more accessible as privately owned parks and indoor parks are becoming a reality. The largest change has been the generation that skateboarded in their youth and have grown up with the “X” Games explosion into the world wide mainstream of competitive sports and sees it as a natural participation sport for their children led by X-Games Athletes who are affiliated and instruct for our brand and web site.

Do you want to learn how to skateboard?

Is the fear of falling keeping you from progressing? Discover all of the basics of skateboarding fast in a one-week camp. We will show you the principles of skateboarding like how to balance, push, turn, proper foot placement, and how to stop. Regardless, of where you are at.. you can benefit from individualized instruction to meet your current skill level.  

Who we Serve:

  • Ages: 4 through 104
  • Ability: Beginner through Competition-Style Advanced.

    How you can start skateboard lessons?

  • Equipment: We recommend a board and a full set of safety gear. This includes: a helmet, elbow pads, knee pads, and wrist guards. Rental equipment is available.
  • Location: We can do lessons in your driveway, in your garage, or at the Tucson skate park

    What will you learn?

  • Safety Techniques
  • Proper Foot position
  • How to Ride and Push
  • How to Turn
  • How to Continue being Steady Going Down Hills
  • How to Ride Ramps
  • How to do Tricks

    Tucson AZ Skateboard Lessons

      Tucson Arizona skateboard lessons Skateboarding-Lessons of Tucson was developed to help motivated youth demographic become involved in a healthy activity and to keep kids out of drugs and violence.. We take great pride in helping people of all ages learn how to skateboard. Goskate.com is passionate in it’s desire to provide the means through it’s Skate School lessons to being a confident skateboarder, by providing the premiere school for all ages and abilities throughout Arizona.  

    Meet Rob — Your Personal Helper/Instructor for Skateboard Lessons

    Rob is a competitive, sponsored skateboarder. He has been teaching for nine years, has taught hundreds of lessons, and is ready to help YOU!      



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