Wheelpark – bike and skatepark in the city Wiehl

The Wheelpark, as he is called by the young people, lies in an area in the recreation park Wiehl, not 50 meters from the banks of the river Wiehl. Yamato Living Ramps constructs the facility.

The 1100m² skatepark will be built into the hillside with in-situ concrete. The design was developed together with the locals in several workshops.

On several levels the skatepark offers plenty of variety and excitement. Especially the two pools which are connected with a Spine. In addition, an extensive street area offers much potential as it includes Ledges, Curbs and rails.


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(Deutsch) Skatepark im Mehrgenerationenpark Cloppenburg

At the Multi Generation Park Cloppenburg, Germany, an in-situ concrete skatepark is being built! Soon, skateboards, BMX, scooter and inline skates can ride here. This will create a unique community of roll sports fans.

The skate park is divided mainly in two areas, street area and a pool area, in both parts are connected harmoniously together. In the street area are banks, curbs, rails, ledges and stairs to find. Also, areas with concrete slabs are built to emphasize the character of the street. The skate park is connected to the other paths and sports surfaces in two places and thus also accessible.

Skatepark Neustadt, Germany

The Skatepark Neustadt, Germany was open. Our design is characterized by a combination of a pool and a street area. The table from the pool is increased, so that the passage to the street area is made by banks, a ledge and rail. On the Street area curbs, a flat rail, a kicker with rainbow rail, a pyramid, a corner and more can be found.

Skatingpoint Scharbeutz, Skatepark at the Baltic Sea


A new skatepark is planned in Scharbeutz, Germany at the Baltic Sea. On the designated area, skate-elements were placed some years ago. These are now worn-out and need to be replaced.  The newly designed skatepark will be cast with in-situ concrete. Surrounded by dunes the park will contain a pool- and street-area. A first workshop with enthusiastic teenagers and adolescents has already taken place.

The most noticeable eyecatcher will be the banks that rise from the flat and resemble the shape of a lean bow and stern of a ship. Via ledges, curbs and rails the skaters can get from there to the street-area that leads straight into an open bowl. The top of the bowl is grindable because of either steel-coping or sheet-pile that adds to the nautical theme of the park. For the same reason bollards and anchors will be skateable polejam elements with flying flags adjacent to the park to mimic the sails of a ship.

A kidney-bowl will be placed in the middle of the site. Its various depths and radii will make it attractive and challenging for both novice and advanced skaters.

BMX-riders will particularly enjoy the jumpline that is located futher to the north in the park. Several elements, including a spine-transfer will enable them to try various jumps and tricks.