When:  Saturday, July 23rd, 2016 (Sunday is the back up in case of weather)

Time:  9am (registration) to 4pm

7/2/2016 - YMCA layout

6/24 update

AO Scooters, Pro-Tec, Phoenix, Lucky/5Starr and Havoc will be donating prizes and giveaway items!

5/18:  Announcing that Jake Hershey (aka @nekbeard) will be this year's MC!  dope!

Competition starts at 10am sharp!

What:  Northwest Premier scooter competition.  3 divisions (beginner, intermediate, advanced), best tricks, raffles, cash prizes (at the Advanced level), food, drinks.

Where:  YMCA in Mukilteo

Sponsors:   Pro Scooter Shop (PSS)

Donations:  Sunshine Dealers (home of AO Scooters, Raptor hardware), Lucky/5Starr Scooters, Pro-Tec helmets, Havoc Scooters, Phoenix Scooters, XS Energy Drinks

Scoring:  Riders will be scored on the following:

  • Style
  • Technical skills
  • Use of park
  • Difficulty

 

Parents - here's what you want to know

Costs:  This is not for profit.  Costs are kept low so anyone/everyone can attend.  Fees collected go straight to the YMCA to cover costs.  No money goes to sponsors.

Sign up now on the secure YMCA page found here.  Search 'scooter' and register today!

Fun:  All day long!  We'll have music, food, beverages (no alcohol whatsoever!), giveaways.  And most of all scooter goodness!  Best tricks, local big-name riders, free time for scootering, and the competition!

What to bring:

Sunscreen and hats.  This is an outdoor park with no shade.  I can get hot, even in Seattle.

Chairs.  Seating is limited, and along the back wall.  Small camping or beach chairs are recommended.  There's not room for any large chairs.

A little extra cash.  Registered scooter rider's lunches are included in the registration fee.  Family and friends can buy hot dog or burger, beverage and chips for $5.  Some waters and energy bars will be provided free of charge.

What to expect:

We'll have a structured and organized event with plenty of activities to keep the scooter riders busy, and friends/family entertained.  We expect the event to start right at 10am, and end between 3-4pm.

Beginner riders will warm up and compete first, then intermediate, then the pros. Most kids want to stick around for the Pros.

Here's the schedule, but we'll adjust if needed:

 

Time

Activity

Notes

9am

  Registration opens

 

9-10

free riding, warm up

 

10-10:15am

  welcome, announcements, how the day will run, food, sponsors, first aid, rest rooms

 

10:15-10:30am

Beginner warm up

Judges watch for anyone that should move up

1030-11:30am

Everyone in beginner group gets one 1-Minute run

 

11:30-noon

Free ride, raffles, best trick from beginner group

 

Noon – 12:30

Beginner awards, lunch

 Intermediate riders eat first

12:30-12:45

Intermediate warm up

Judges watch for anyone that should move up

12:45-1:45

Everyone in Intermediate will get two 1-minute runs.  These will be in heats of 5 riders per heat.  First 5 riders will complete 1 1-minute run, then the same 5 riders do their 2nd 1-minute run.  Heat 2 will be the next 5 riders, and so on.

 

1:45-2:00pm

Free ride, raffle best trick from intermediate group

 

2:00pm-2:15pm

intermediate awards

 

2:15-2:30

Advanced warm up

 

2:30-3:30

Everyone in advanced will get two 1-minute runs.  These will be in heats of 5 riders per heat.  First 5 riders will complete 1 1-minute run, then the same 5 riders do their 2nd 1-minute run.  Heat 2 will be the next 5 riders, and so on.

 

3:30:3:45

Raffle, best trick from pro group

 

3:45-4pm

Final announcements, advanced awards

 

4pm

Clean up and close