History

 


Established in 2004 before there was any Tri-Star skateboards, the hustle grew slowly starting from selling boards out of an Astro van delivering them like an ice cream truck around the neighborhood. The first Tri-Star storefront was located on State road in Parma, Ohio and it was only around 500 sq ft. Then as business picked up the shop was moved in 2010 to a bigger building measuring 1,300 sq ft. Over the next 3 years things outgrew that shop and in 2013 we landed in our biggest spot yet at 10,800 sq ft with room for our massive shop, indoor skatepark right on the other side of the wall, complete with windows looking out into the park from the shop and the soon to be finished- skateboard memorabilia museum, full kitchen, lounge-chiller area bordering an art gallery with a stage and overlook on the floor above. Our mission is to help build and grow the local Cleveland skateboard scene.

Park Information

Zero-Eight Skatepark Entry Fees

    • ($7) / 4 hrs Monday-Sundays

GROM/Beginner sessions

  • Saturdays NOON-3pm

Skateboard Lessons

available by appointment