2021 Sammamish Pro Scooter Competition

Pro Scooter Shop and the City of Sammamish are partnering to bring the community a pro scooter competition, held at the Sammamish skatepark.

Music, prizes and lots of scooter experience!  Four divisions; beginner, intermediate, advanced and open.  

Registration details:  Found on proscootershop.com

Date:  Wednesday, July 28th, 2021

Location:  City of Sammamish Skatepark

Time:  4pm to 8pm, registration starts at 4:00pm

Entry Fee:  $10 (plus tax)

Event schedule

Note that the times and durations will be dependent upon the number of participants.  The event will start at 4pm sharp for beginners.

  • Registration:  4pm
  • Beginner warm ups:  4pm
  • Beginner Competition:  4:30pm
  • Intermediate warm ups:  5pm
  • Intermediate runs:  5:15pm
  • Beginner awards:  5:45pm
  • Advanced warm ups:  6pm
  • Advanced runs:  6:15pm
  • Open warm ups:  7pm
  • Open runs:  7:20pm
  • Intermediate/Advanced/Open awards:  7:50pm
  • Event close:  8pm
  • Music, prizes and lots of scooter experience!  Four divisions; beginner, intermediate, advanced and open.  

Four divisions - judges will be watching warm ups and reserve the right to move you up or down, based upon skills.  We want to be fair to everyone that is competing.

  • Beginner - intended to give new riders an intro to be in a competition.  If you can do more than a couple tricks, this is not the division for you.
  • Intermediate - for those that can do several tricks and might be able to string a line together.  Riders in this division are not able to use all the park features.
  • Advanced - multiple tricks strung together in a complete line.  Can typically use all the park features and land most tricks most of the time.
  • Open - the best riders at the event.  Complex tricks and complex, technical lines that use the entire park and all the features.

FAQs

1.  When does the competition start?

Beginners competition will start at 4:30pm, followed by intermediate, advanced and open.

2.  Where do I register?

Details tbd.  Waivers will be required.

3.  How much does it costs?

For each competitor, the cost is $5, paid at the time of registration.

4.  Can I pay in advance online?

Yes

5.  How do I know which division I, or my kid, should be in?

  • Beginner - intended to give new riders an intro to be in a competition.  If you can do more than a couple tricks, this is not the division for you.
  • Intermediate - for those that can do several tricks and might be able to string a line together.  Riders in this division are not able to use all the park features.
  • Advanced - multiple tricks strung together in a complete line.  Can typically use all the park features and land most tricks most of the time.
  • Open - the best riders at the event.  Complex tricks and complex, technical lines that use the entire park and all the features.

6.  Are skateboards, BMX or fold up scooters allowed in the competition?

No, on pro-style scooters.

7.  Is a waiver required?

Yes, for every competitor.  Filled out at time of registration only.

8.  Are helmets required?

Yes, for every competitor.  No helmets are available for rent.

9.  Are knee and elbow pads required?

No, just helmets.  But knee pads are recommended.

10.  Will food and beverages be provided?

Not directly, but the Farmer's Market, across from the skatepark, will be open.