Skateboarding has a rich history in Brick. While Fyber Ryder was actually just on the border of Brick, in Lakewood, the skate scene had its first early push in the late 1970’s.
Since then, Brick has seen skate parks and spots come and go. However, one park put Brick skateboarding back on the map, Impact Zone. In the early 90’s, Brick’s indoor oasis was home to a vert ramp, mini ramp, street course and plenty of locals. It was sessioned by beginners and pros alike and played host to the 1992 NSA PRO/AM.
In addition to the skating, the park transformed into a music venue with bands like Underdog and The Bouncing Souls.
As we celebrate the construction of Brick’s newest skatepark, we will be taking a look back at some images from the past both here and at the Facebook Page.
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