SSF Community Ramp

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We built a big 3x16x27' + 5' extension mini ramp at our HQ in Ballard, painted by the artist Henry. Every week we host 2 community skate seshs!


We typically go every Wednesday & Friday from 5-8pm. We now have a cover over the whole ramp as well as lights, so we will continue to be hosting these events throughout the rainy season! Follow us on instagram to find out when the next sesh is! 

You can also rent out the ramp for your own private sessions! 


Free Food Pantry/Ramp


With inspiration from The Little Free Pantries, we built a Pantry/Ramp and set it up at Evo! The idea is for people to take what they need and give what they can. The ramp cannot be skated, it is just our little spin on the pantry. If you'd like to take or give to the pantry, head over to Evo, Seattle to check it out! 

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Real Skateboards x SSF

We set up a dope event with the Real Skateboards team at Cal Anderson Park when they came through Seattle! Real donated the funds to build a spine, an A-frame and a slappy ledge, for the event. They also swung by our HQ to see what was good!  

Events with SLAG

We have organized a lot of community events with Skate Like a Girl! Like building 2 quarter pipes with SLAG's youth advisory board. This summer we had 5 community sessions, 3 of them being at the newly unveiled pier 62! Follow us on instagram to find out when the next event is! 

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2021 SSF Terrain Park


We organized a pop up terrain park in less than 24hrs on Gas Works Park! After we saw the snow, a light bulb went off and we sprang into action. Building a super sick terrain park for the community! We are super happy on how it turned out, and can't wait for the bigger and better 2022 SSF Terrain Park...


Media Coverage


We are super grateful to have our story featured in Geek Wire, PMA Magazine and on tv, on King 5 Evening Magazine! 


SSF is for Everyone

Seattle Skate Features does not discriminate, our ramps are great for skateboards, scooters and BMX! 


"The Tit" mini doc

We built a custom kicker to bring back an iconic Seattle skate spot. @gnarles206 SENT IT. Marshall Stack Reid, the "godfather of Seattle skate boarding" spoke on the history of the spot. 

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