3 days of longboarding workshops
lunch and dinner
how to set-up workshop
first aid seminar
daily mobility & yoga sessions
4 nights' accommodation
use of swimming pond
test board centre
onsite skate shop
On the day of arrival (Thursday June 1st), we will set up a buffet where you can help yourself to a light meal as and when you arrive.
What to bring:
Helmet (must be EPS foam and suitable for non-motorised sports such as cycling, skating, skiing, snowboarding etc. - no water sports helmets, knee pads, elbow pads and slide gloves. All freeriders/downhillers require a full-face helmet and a back protector.
We will provide a number of longboards and skateboards for those of you who do not have a board of their own yet, or simply if you’d like to experiment with different set-ups. Please state this
on the registration form so we get an idea of numbers.
We will also have an onsite skate shop should you need any last minute bits and bobs.
Please note that you will need to bring your own bedlinen, blankets/sleeping bag and towels.
We will be outdoors for most of the day, please come prepared for different weather conditions including wind and rain.
Safety & Insurance:
Your safety is our utmost priority and we will do everything we can to minimise the risk of injury, including a thorough warm-up prior to all skate sessions. We will be skating different spots, therefore no ambulance will be present onsite.
However, medical assistance can be obtained quickly if needed, and we have a paramedic among the crew.
Please note that you are required to sign a liability waiver prior to the event and that you are responsible for obtaining adequate sports or travel insurance cover for this trip.
For riders from EU member states, the EHIC is free of charge, please ask your GP or have a look online for further info.
We do however strongly recommend that all riders obtain adequate private medical cover for the trip. Hopefully it will not be needed, but better safe than sorry right :)