Kids That Rip is an indoor skatepark in Mesa, Arizona with 10,000 square-feet of air-conditioned, state-of-the-art Street Skate Park. There's a Vert Ramp, a Desert Bowl, a Mini-Mega Ramp, a Stair and Handrail System, a Mini- Ramp and Spine, a Rail and Ledge system and a Woopty to Train Tunnel. There are big and small ramps, adjustable rails and ledges, mats and foam pits so the skateboarder can safely advance at his or her own pace safely.
Kids That Rip is organized into programs for different ages and levels of experience. There are the Mini-Rippers (3 to 7 years old), the Rippers (beginners from 8 - 15 years old), the Shredders (intermediate 8 to 15 year old) and the Kids That Rip (advanced technical/professional training). Age distinctions for these programs are a simply a guideline; children are accepted into the programs based on experience level more than age.
The Kids That Rip Indoor Skatepark is in the same building as Desert Devils Gymnastics and Desert Devil Cheer.
Kids That Rip! Indoor Skatepark Factoid: Kids That Rip! uses Skatelite, which is the smoothest riding surface. Reduced friction results in fewer skin abrasions, otherwise known as ramp rash).