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ears ago, there was no collective term for doing bicycle, skateboard and roller
blade tricks and the many more thrilling acts that have come to be known today
as extreme sports. It's a wonderful thing though. Extreme sports have given
many youngsters who would otherwise have wasted their time, something to look
forward to, to be good at and to make a living at. Today, extreme sports even
has its own World Championships and a huge fan base.
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This business isn't one that you can run at home. You'll need lots of space
and lots of equipment. Your initial investment could be quite substantial unless
you're able to find sponsors. Skateboard and bike ramps need to be precision
built for safety of your customers. So will rock climbing walls if you intend
to offer this activity in your park. Then there's the need to hire qualified
hands to oversee your customers.
You'll need to think big for this business. Location is important. You'll want
to be located somewhere busy with lots of people movement to attract customers
and first-timers but you'll also want to balance that with reasonable rental.
To promote your park, you might consider working with your local youth organizations
and government agencies to hold sporting events or family days at your park.
For truly wide exposure, try to get a deal to organize your local extreme sports
championship and get the local media to report it.
There's going to be a constant need to promote your park and extreme sports
in general, but the rewards are great. As you sweat it out, your park will soon
see a growing number of visitors and your bank account will be doing high jumps
and triple loops!