go-shred SUMMERJAM I Skatehalle Innsbruck I 2021

Finally we could run another SUMMER JAM at Skatehalle Innsbruck. Due to the fact that last year only athletes with an official competition status could enter the hall, we were more than stoked to be able to welcome back everybody to celebrate skateboarding with us. 

In cooperation with the local skateboard & bmx club Ride in Pleasure we could restart our annual SUMMER JAM which was interrupt by Corona in 2020. We had different challenges for all kind of age and skill level. We had competitors from all over the place because in a radius of about 400 km around Innsbruck there’s no comparable Skatehalle to find. 

The challenges started at 2p.m. Around 04.20 most of our guests were ready with the GAMEs, that means with the highest Olli, the Game of S.K.A.T.E. and the highest Wallride. In-between the challenges and the Cash4trick session we had time to enjoy the barbecue. Cause you better skate without being hungry. 

We’re very pleased to welcome our new partner „Zur Blüte“. Whit a huge cake buffet and a very adorable crew the Zur Blüte Team enriched our event and pushed the euphoria to another level. The cake was made by the skillful helpers from the Hemp & Bags shop powered by „Zur Blüte“, we’re actually you can taste this fabulous cake if you hadn’t have the chance to get it during the event. 

At around 7 p.m. we started with the price giving ceremony with tons of goodies. There were so much stuff, that I was not able to hand them out by myself and luckily there were Michaela, the actual go-shred assistent, Jens from Volcom and Tim from „ Zur Blüte“ who helped to distribute the prices. BIG thank you to all our supporters. 

We had prices and vouchers from Xdouble, Volcom, Zur Blüte, blue-tomato, Vans, merge4, NNMS, Real Skateboards und Krooked Skateboards. But you better have a look by yourself if you want to see what you can get during a Skatehalle Innsbruck SummerJAM. 

Thank you very much to all our cooperation partners, goodie supporters, the whole team of Skatehalle Innsbruck and for sure all of you who celebrated skateboarding with us. Last but not least I want to say thank you to Peter Mader who once again was filming and editing the full scenario so we can show how we celebrate skateboarding to our grandchildren in a while.