Skateboarding is a safe sport if you will gradually learn all the basics with the help of a reputable, skilled and experienced tutor

GoSkate.com has some of the best skateboarding tutors who offer efficient and safe lessons for aspirants of all ages. We have been in the industry for years, therefore you are guaranteed that we are very much highly regarded as the best business to contact if you want to learn how to ride your skateboard. We have been featured in several local and international TV shows and magazines such as CNN, FOX News, and a whole lot more.

How to Start:

Instructors

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Jonathan M. From West Chicago  yes i have taught the neighbor kids and my cousins to skate. I can teach a variety of advanced flip tricks like hardflips and nollie 360 flips for example. I can also teach many different advanced grinds.

Raymund A. From Chicago I have taught many younger kids even kids my friends thatbare my age. I can do lots of flat ground tricks not many in switch but very wide variety of tricks. I can teach how to drop in skate rails and many flat ground tricks. I love skateboarding and is my main source of keeping me happy and keeps me fit.

Idryss W. From Lynwood  ollie pop shovit kickflip varial kickflip fakie bigspin 360 pop shovit fakie ollie double varial kickflip fakie double varial kickflip double kick flip nollie full cab heel flip fakie heel flip sex change varial kick flip

Cody D. From Ramsey I can teach anything from kick flips and ollies regular or switch to 360s hard flips transition vert ramps basically anything you can think of on a skateboard I will be able to teach!

John C. From Chicago 

I have shared my love of skateboarding since day one. I have shared techniques and helped people learn not sure if I “taught” them though. I have done mural projects with kids in my past. I am mostly a park skater these days so I lean towards transition skating in my knees golden age. I tend towards a lot of fs and bs ROCK-N-ROLL slides Smith and Monty grinds fsafs alley oop air bsa bsa aoop invert body jar grinds love some grinds I’m not super tech but I can share how to grind the majority of lip:)

Michael A. From Chicago  

I have given lessons. I am originally from Richmond VA and was sponsored by a local skate shop named Dominion Skateboards. I can teach beginner through advanced. Stairs and handrails would probably be my most advanced skill set. (The link I posted above is decent footage but kind of throw away footage from last summer. I have more on a disk I could make a copy of and send to you.)

Keylen S. From North Chicago    

and Flip ins and outs on ledges and rails.

Nic D. From Chicago   

I worked as an instructor at the very well-known KCDC skateshop in New York city last summer. Our students were between 10 and 16 years so I was teaching basic skills like dropping in and ollieing as well as more advanced things like nollie inward heelflips and backside tailslides.

Cody M. From Saint Charles

I’ve given lessons for pay but I have taught. I can teach big air on kickers vert and transfers. How to spin flip and grab with big air. Also flip to grinds and grinds to flips.

Zach S. From Chicago Heights    

Andy G. From Chicago  

Andy G. is a highly acclaimed skate instructor in Chicago.His skateboard lessons have received glowing reviews.Describe your skill level in skateboarding: AdvancedHow long have you skated for? Over 12 yearsHighest Level of Education: Some CollegeIf you earned a college degree, please list the major:Footage or Photos Links (Highly Recommended):What parks/ areas are closest for you to give lessons? Logan SquareHave you ever given lessons before? What are some of the most advanced tricks you could teach? I currently do teach skaters and able to teach handplants, handstands on a board while moving of course, one foot fake pop shove, change name to it unknown, old school, and vert.

David T. From Chicago, IL  

Born in California, many of Davidsfriends growing up knew how to skate.When he moved to the Chicagoland area at age eight, he had nobody toskate with! Most friends were notinterested nor were they ever introduced to skateboarding and were probablytold by their parents its too dangerous.

About 10 years ago he bought hisfirst longboard and absolutely fell in loved for the cruisability factor. He then got another, and then some more-David wanted to try out all the different shapes and lengths and wheel sizes tolearn the difference of feel under his feet.Eventually his creative side took over and he began carving wood andbuilding his own decks from scratch; because what he wanted did not exist.

Now that David has a fleet ofboards, one for just about any situation; his friends started taking interestand finally wanted to learn. He begangiving lessons to friends who now have their own boards and are cruising thestreets and bike paths of Chicago with confidence.

Davids meticulous instructionalskills have proven to get people kicking, carving and pumping quickly.

In addition to teaching a strongfoundation for the basics, he also has a wide spread of boards you can try. The smallest being only 15 to 9 6long. From experience David has found thelarger and heavier the board the better to learn with because its more stableunder your feet, way less jerky and provides the ultimate smooth ride with theadded flexibility of the long wood and large wheels. Drop deck boards are also great, providing alower center of gravity; easier on ones squat leg and better balance whilepushing.

With Davids patience and will toopen the world of skating to more people, he will safely teach you a solidfoundation that will enable you to take the sport in any direction your heart andwheels desire.

Ben K Chicago 

 Ive been skating for almost 20 years and love it!

Henry V. from Chicago, IL 

Henry can be a great instructor for anyone just starting out because he can teach them standing on the board right maneuvering on the board. He can teach them basic tricks also the fundamentals and just overall share with them all his knowledge about skateboarding and the culture. He loves skateboarding and he wants you to enjoy it as much as he does. Henry is gonna be psyched when you progress he wants you to do well. He wants you to get good but also keep it fun and have a good laugh. Your instructor wants you to learn at your pace and just be relaxed and He ll make sure to always ask questions on how your feeling and won’t pressure you to try a skateboard trick you don’t feel ready to try. When you start learning and doing tricks its fun be he also wants to keep the learning process fun. You also want a skater with personality and who is easy going.

Chicagoland Skate Instructor

Chicago-based instructor with over 13 years of skateboarding experience.  Advanced knowledge of street skateboarding, with intermediate skills in transition skateboarding.  Personable, Friendly, and patient!

Graham T. from Chicago, IL

Graham started skating at 4 years old, and hasnt been able to stop since. Understanding the value of hard work paying off, and being immersed into a diverse culture where EVERYONE is accepted is the reasons why this lifestyle has remained magical for him.Pushing your way to work,rolling to school, cruising to a friends house, riding the ramps, or shredding a plaza. Does the idea of skateboarding sound like something you want to do?

If yes, then go for it! Skateboarding is a gift that never stops giving. The sensation of floating across the pavement, the taste of landing a trick, the gratification of learning something new, moments of connecting with people you might not have ever met, and the satisfaction of an enjoyable work out. These are all beautiful things. Skateboarding is a world consisting of an international community about peace, unity, love, and having fun. Discover its magnificence.

Skateboarding is not like any other sport. One must not need to be athletic to participate. There is no coach, no uniform, and no scores. The individual has the right and freedom to skate how and how much he or she wants to. Anyone can start at any age, no matter where you live, or no matter what stage in life you are at. The only two rules are to be safe and to have fun. If you respect the skateboard, it will bring you only great feelings, experiences, and opportunities.

Graham has traveled intercontinentally because of his passion for skateboarding. He has strong appreciation for the art and expression of the hobby, is grateful for anyone who has interest in the game, and has a keen eye for architecture and skate-friendly objects and areas. With an open mind and heart, this man has skated with some of the top famous professionals, and at the same time enjoys meeting a person who has no skate background yet sparks curiosity about the activity.

If you are looking to find a new outlet to release your energy, and want to have a gigantic smile on your face while doing it, you can not go wrong to give skateboarding a shot. If you already have some years into it, and want to upgrade your skills, this is also your guy. Graham is flexible, patient, kind, friendly, and welcomes children, teens, young adults, and adults. He has several decades of skateboard studying and teaching in his repertoire, the true definition of a skate master.

Whether it is your first time on a board, or you have several years of practice, dont hesitate to reach out for guidance. There is no exclusion for anyone who wants to learn. Graham will be happy and excited to share his secret tips, knowledge, and expertise of the craft of skateboarding to whoever wants to try it out.

  • 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 Chicago skate park.

Skate Parks in Chicago, IL for Fun and Exciting Skateboarding Lessons

If you are seeking for impressive skate parks in the USA, check out Chicago’s! They have wonderful locations where skateboarding obstacles are well-designed and –constructed so as to cater to the enthusiasts’ needs. Here are some of the top parks where GoSkate.com conducts skateboarding lessons in Chicago, IL.

Wilson Skate Park – a lighted outdoor skate park equipped with a lot of obstacles such as bowls, pyramid, fun boxes, stairs, ramps and rails. The skateboarders here are very much professional and fun to look at; therefore, it is a perfect place for exciting skateboarding lessons in Chicago.

Address

700 W Wilson Ave, Chicago, IL 60640

Wilson Skate Park

Burnham Skate Park

Burnham Skate Park – if you are looking for a really smooth surface so you can do those tricks well, this skate park is perfect. They are also renowned due to their spines, ramps, bowls, curbs and stairs, making them one of the preferred parks by local and tourist skateboarders.

Address

Chicago, IL 60616, United States

Other skate parks in Chicago:

Apart from these popular skate parks, GoSkate.com also conducts skateboarding lessons in driveways at no extra cost especially for novice students who still need to learn the basics before being exposed on ramps and verts. An efficient skateboarding lesson is more effective if it will be executed slowly so as to prevent probable accidents.

We value our students’ safety!

What will you learn?

  • Safety Techniques
  • Proper Stance
  • How to Ride and Push
  • How to Turn
  • How to Remain Steady Going Down Sloped Streets and Hills
  • How to Ride Ramps
  • How to do Tricks

Who we Serve:

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

Chicago Skateboard Camp

  • Ages 5-15
  • Open Enrollment
  • Beginner and Intermediate Camps
  • Overnight and Day Camps

Chicago Skateboard Camp

CHICAGO IL SKATEBOARD LESSONS

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Inclining yourself or your kids to sports is surely an efficient method so as to keep safe from negative vices and activities. GoSkate.com understands how beneficial skateboarding is in different aspects such as social relationship, self-confidence and sense of responsibility. By joining our skateboarding lessons in Chicago, you will be guaranteed of a new diversion in life.

When you join our skateboarding lessons, you are surefire that only skilled and renowned skateboarders will teach you. We conduct one-on-one lessons so as to ensure that our full attention will be given.

GoSkate.com has been offering skateboarding lessons in Chicago since 2009. We offer our services to all 50 states in the US. Speak with us for our reasonably-priced lessons.

  SKATEBOARDING FACT  

Ollie is the first modern skateboarding trick that was initially done and made popular by Alan Ollie Gelfand

Meet Allan & Regine — Your Personal Helpers for Skateboard Lessons

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Skateboarding is a safe sport if you will gradually learn all the basics with the help of a reputable, skilled and experienced tutor

GoSkate.com has some of the best skateboarding tutors who offer efficient and safe lessons for aspirants of all ages. We have been in the industry for years, therefore you are guaranteed that we are very much highly regarded as the best business to contact if you want to learn how to ride your skateboard. We have been featured in several local and international TV shows and magazines such as CNN, FOX News, and a whole lot more.

How to Start:

Instructors

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Jonathan M. From West Chicago  yes i have taught the neighbor kids and my cousins to skate. I can teach a variety of advanced flip tricks like hardflips and nollie 360 flips for example. I can also teach many different advanced grinds.

Raymund A. From Chicago I have taught many younger kids even kids my friends thatbare my age. I can do lots of flat ground tricks not many in switch but very wide variety of tricks. I can teach how to drop in skate rails and many flat ground tricks. I love skateboarding and is my main source of keeping me happy and keeps me fit.

Idryss W. From Lynwood  ollie pop shovit kickflip varial kickflip fakie bigspin 360 pop shovit fakie ollie double varial kickflip fakie double varial kickflip double kick flip nollie full cab heel flip fakie heel flip sex change varial kick flip

Cody D. From Ramsey I can teach anything from kick flips and ollies regular or switch to 360s hard flips transition vert ramps basically anything you can think of on a skateboard I will be able to teach!

John C. From Chicago 

I have shared my love of skateboarding since day one. I have shared techniques and helped people learn not sure if I “taught” them though. I have done mural projects with kids in my past. I am mostly a park skater these days so I lean towards transition skating in my knees golden age. I tend towards a lot of fs and bs ROCK-N-ROLL slides Smith and Monty grinds fsafs alley oop air bsa bsa aoop invert body jar grinds love some grinds I’m not super tech but I can share how to grind the majority of lip:)

Michael A. From Chicago  

I have given lessons. I am originally from Richmond VA and was sponsored by a local skate shop named Dominion Skateboards. I can teach beginner through advanced. Stairs and handrails would probably be my most advanced skill set. (The link I posted above is decent footage but kind of throw away footage from last summer. I have more on a disk I could make a copy of and send to you.)

Keylen S. From North Chicago    

and Flip ins and outs on ledges and rails.

Nic D. From Chicago   

I worked as an instructor at the very well-known KCDC skateshop in New York city last summer. Our students were between 10 and 16 years so I was teaching basic skills like dropping in and ollieing as well as more advanced things like nollie inward heelflips and backside tailslides.

Cody M. From Saint Charles

I’ve given lessons for pay but I have taught. I can teach big air on kickers vert and transfers. How to spin flip and grab with big air. Also flip to grinds and grinds to flips.

Zach S. From Chicago Heights    

Andy G. From Chicago  

Andy G. is a highly acclaimed skate instructor in Chicago.His skateboard lessons have received glowing reviews.Describe your skill level in skateboarding: AdvancedHow long have you skated for? Over 12 yearsHighest Level of Education: Some CollegeIf you earned a college degree, please list the major:Footage or Photos Links (Highly Recommended):What parks/ areas are closest for you to give lessons? Logan SquareHave you ever given lessons before? What are some of the most advanced tricks you could teach? I currently do teach skaters and able to teach handplants, handstands on a board while moving of course, one foot fake pop shove, change name to it unknown, old school, and vert.

David T. From Chicago, IL  

Born in California, many of Davidsfriends growing up knew how to skate.When he moved to the Chicagoland area at age eight, he had nobody toskate with! Most friends were notinterested nor were they ever introduced to skateboarding and were probablytold by their parents its too dangerous.

About 10 years ago he bought hisfirst longboard and absolutely fell in loved for the cruisability factor. He then got another, and then some more-David wanted to try out all the different shapes and lengths and wheel sizes tolearn the difference of feel under his feet.Eventually his creative side took over and he began carving wood andbuilding his own decks from scratch; because what he wanted did not exist.

Now that David has a fleet ofboards, one for just about any situation; his friends started taking interestand finally wanted to learn. He begangiving lessons to friends who now have their own boards and are cruising thestreets and bike paths of Chicago with confidence.

Davids meticulous instructionalskills have proven to get people kicking, carving and pumping quickly.

In addition to teaching a strongfoundation for the basics, he also has a wide spread of boards you can try. The smallest being only 15 to 9 6long. From experience David has found thelarger and heavier the board the better to learn with because its more stableunder your feet, way less jerky and provides the ultimate smooth ride with theadded flexibility of the long wood and large wheels. Drop deck boards are also great, providing alower center of gravity; easier on ones squat leg and better balance whilepushing.

With Davids patience and will toopen the world of skating to more people, he will safely teach you a solidfoundation that will enable you to take the sport in any direction your heart andwheels desire.

Ben K Chicago 

 Ive been skating for almost 20 years and love it!

Henry V. from Chicago, IL 

Henry can be a great instructor for anyone just starting out because he can teach them standing on the board right maneuvering on the board. He can teach them basic tricks also the fundamentals and just overall share with them all his knowledge about skateboarding and the culture. He loves skateboarding and he wants you to enjoy it as much as he does. Henry is gonna be psyched when you progress he wants you to do well. He wants you to get good but also keep it fun and have a good laugh. Your instructor wants you to learn at your pace and just be relaxed and He ll make sure to always ask questions on how your feeling and won’t pressure you to try a skateboard trick you don’t feel ready to try. When you start learning and doing tricks its fun be he also wants to keep the learning process fun. You also want a skater with personality and who is easy going.

Chicagoland Skate Instructor

Chicago-based instructor with over 13 years of skateboarding experience.  Advanced knowledge of street skateboarding, with intermediate skills in transition skateboarding.  Personable, Friendly, and patient!

Graham T. from Chicago, IL

Graham started skating at 4 years old, and hasnt been able to stop since. Understanding the value of hard work paying off, and being immersed into a diverse culture where EVERYONE is accepted is the reasons why this lifestyle has remained magical for him.Pushing your way to work,rolling to school, cruising to a friends house, riding the ramps, or shredding a plaza. Does the idea of skateboarding sound like something you want to do?

If yes, then go for it! Skateboarding is a gift that never stops giving. The sensation of floating across the pavement, the taste of landing a trick, the gratification of learning something new, moments of connecting with people you might not have ever met, and the satisfaction of an enjoyable work out. These are all beautiful things. Skateboarding is a world consisting of an international community about peace, unity, love, and having fun. Discover its magnificence.

Skateboarding is not like any other sport. One must not need to be athletic to participate. There is no coach, no uniform, and no scores. The individual has the right and freedom to skate how and how much he or she wants to. Anyone can start at any age, no matter where you live, or no matter what stage in life you are at. The only two rules are to be safe and to have fun. If you respect the skateboard, it will bring you only great feelings, experiences, and opportunities.

Graham has traveled intercontinentally because of his passion for skateboarding. He has strong appreciation for the art and expression of the hobby, is grateful for anyone who has interest in the game, and has a keen eye for architecture and skate-friendly objects and areas. With an open mind and heart, this man has skated with some of the top famous professionals, and at the same time enjoys meeting a person who has no skate background yet sparks curiosity about the activity.

If you are looking to find a new outlet to release your energy, and want to have a gigantic smile on your face while doing it, you can not go wrong to give skateboarding a shot. If you already have some years into it, and want to upgrade your skills, this is also your guy. Graham is flexible, patient, kind, friendly, and welcomes children, teens, young adults, and adults. He has several decades of skateboard studying and teaching in his repertoire, the true definition of a skate master.

Whether it is your first time on a board, or you have several years of practice, dont hesitate to reach out for guidance. There is no exclusion for anyone who wants to learn. Graham will be happy and excited to share his secret tips, knowledge, and expertise of the craft of skateboarding to whoever wants to try it out.

  • 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 Chicago skate park.

Skate Parks in Chicago, IL for Fun and Exciting Skateboarding Lessons

If you are seeking for impressive skate parks in the USA, check out Chicago’s! They have wonderful locations where skateboarding obstacles are well-designed and –constructed so as to cater to the enthusiasts’ needs. Here are some of the top parks where GoSkate.com conducts skateboarding lessons in Chicago, IL.

Wilson Skate Park

Wilson Skate Park – a lighted outdoor skate park equipped with a lot of obstacles such as bowls, pyramid, fun boxes, stairs, ramps and rails. The skateboarders here are very much professional and fun to look at; therefore, it is a perfect place for exciting skateboarding lessons in Chicago.

Address

700 W Wilson Ave, Chicago, IL 60640

Burnham Skate Park

Burnham Skate Park – if you are looking for a really smooth surface so you can do those tricks well, this skate park is perfect. They are also renowned due to their spines, ramps, bowls, curbs and stairs, making them one of the preferred parks by local and tourist skateboarders.

Address

Chicago, IL 60616, United States

Other skate parks in Chicago:

Apart from these popular skate parks, GoSkate.com also conducts skateboarding lessons in driveways at no extra cost especially for novice students who still need to learn the basics before being exposed on ramps and verts. An efficient skateboarding lesson is more effective if it will be executed slowly so as to prevent probable accidents.

We value our students’ safety!

What will you learn?

  • Safety Techniques
  • Proper Stance
  • How to Ride and Push
  • How to Turn
  • How to Remain Steady Going Down Sloped Streets and Hills
  • How to Ride Ramps
  • How to do Tricks

Who we Serve:

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

Chicago Skateboard Camp

  • Ages 5-15
  • Open Enrollment
  • Beginner and Intermediate Camps
  • Overnight and Day Camps

Chicago Skateboard Camp

CHICAGO IL SKATEBOARD LESSONS

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Inclining yourself or your kids to sports is surely an efficient method so as to keep safe from negative vices and activities. GoSkate.com understands how beneficial skateboarding is in different aspects such as social relationship, self-confidence and sense of responsibility. By joining our skateboarding lessons in Chicago, you will be guaranteed of a new diversion in life.

When you join our skateboarding lessons, you are surefire that only skilled and renowned skateboarders will teach you. We conduct one-on-one lessons so as to ensure that our full attention will be given.

GoSkate.com has been offering skateboarding lessons in Chicago since 2009. We offer our services to all 50 states in the US. Speak with us for our reasonably-priced lessons.

  SKATEBOARDING  FACT  

Ollie is the first modern skateboarding trick that was initially done and made popular by Alan Ollie Gelfand.

Meet Allan & Regine — Your Personal Helpers for Skateboard Lessons

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