- Steep and mellow side for easier and challenging experiences
- Suitable height for sliding with board and grinding with truck
- Common profile, easy to install without gaps
- Lot of different shapes, create unique obstacles
By far the most popular way to combine slappy roadwalls is to make long straight line. The two-meter pieces offer a good solution for this, minimizing the number of gaps.
A two-meter piece weighs about 100 kg. A single two-meter block can be skated quite well unattached.
Straight pieces are also suitable as a coping block on skatepark banks.
Straight Short Block
It is not always possible to make a straight line from long pieces if the asphalt is uneven. Therefore, short pieces come in handy.
It is also a good idea to add a short straight piece between the various challenging pieces to calm the ride.
The mellow and steep side changes sides. With the help of the transformation, folds and curves can be used more versatile.
Rainbow is a really spectacular obstacle that can be used to improve the visual appearance of the skate park. The dimensions have been chosen in such a way that the obstacle would be moderately challenging.
The rainbow is well suited for edging the skatepark. It helps to sweep away the sand that has drifted onto the skatepark.
Curves can make an obstacle more interesting and challenging. When placed at the end or in the middle of the blocks, the curve creates a unique, but moderately challenging, slappy curb ostacle. Putting several curves in a row makes challenging and unique obstacle that attracts skateboarders from afar.
he outer curve provides a balance with the inner curve. When set consecutively, the direction of the driving line remains the original. Despite the name, curves can also be driven from the other side, allowing the skater to test his skills at a steeper angle.
Loose Inner Curve
Tight curves have been liked obstacles. We decided to expand the catalog of curves with a looser, longer and easier one.
An alternative to a curve is a fold. Both create an personal nuance to the slappy road wall. A folding piece made from one piece ensures that there is no annoying gap.
This special slappy curb RoadWall is well suited as a skatepark attraction. ZikZak challenges even the most experienced street skateboarders. Thanks to the length, the block stays well in place without installing. However, if glued, it is recommended to get straight pieces of a meter to ends to calm the ride in and out.
Suitable for the end block of the obstacle. A kicker with a mellow radius allows for techical tricks with some airtime.
Unlike other obstacles, the steep side in the picture is towards the viewer.
The vertical edge enables easier attachment to the wooden manual box. This piece is also better suited as part of in-place poured concrete obstacle.
Two vertical curbs can also be assembled into one wide slappy curb by connecting the vertical sides.
Something between a slappy curb and a rail. The slappy rail gives more stability on slides than regular rail. For advanced skaters, it still works as a slappy curb.
Height: 25 cm
Low to high
The piece connecting the low and the high slappy rail curbs. The gently rising curve enables versatile trick combinations.
Traditional polejam. Works also on a steep wedge for the slappy rail.
Delivery & Install
We offer transport and installation service.
Usually slappy roadwalls are installed using glue. We grind and seal the gaps to make the obstacle look stylish and compensate height differences of the asphalt.
We can also attach roadwalls to other roadwalls only. This way the obstacle can be moved. Contact us and we will figure best installation for your needs.
The blocks in the collection can be shortened, and the ends can be angle cutted to achieve the desired shape. We also make roadwalls with the profile and shapes defined by the customer. We can make lifting holes in the bottom of the roadwalls to ease moving. Roadwalls can also be painted with a color that better suits the environment.
What is a road wall?
People in Tampere, Finland, call curb as "rotvalli". The word rotvalli is formed from English words, road wall, which, however, does not have meaning in English. Until now. We pour some crazy slappy curbs in the very same city and we call them like we are used to, RoadWalls.