Sites about skateboarding in general, including but not limited to clubs and organizations, personal pages, informational, magazines and regional information.
To avoid delay in listing, please review the following guidelines prior to submission:
  • Submit websites once to the most relevant category. Multiple submissions or careless submissions will slow the process.

  • Sites that are UNDER CONSTRUCTION will not be listed and your submission will be deleted.

  • Review the Sports: Skateboarding sub-categories to find the most appropriate category for submissions. Find the lowest level category appropriate to the site being submitted. Sites that are not exclusively Skateboarding might best be submitted to Sports: Extreme Sports.

  • Descriptions should include specific information of the unique qualities and features of the site contents. Avoid advertising hype, overuse of capitalization, and emphatic punctuation. Do use the English language, proper grammar, and a spell-checker.

  • Affiliate sites, multiple URL''s for the same organization, and mirror sites are not desirable.

  • If your site''s focus is selling products online for use in skateboarding, please submit your site to the proper subcategory of Shopping: Sports: Boarding.

  • Non-English sites should be submitted to the proper language in World. Non-English sites will NOT be listed anywhere in Sports: Skateboarding.

The ODP reserves the right to alter or replace a proposed description at any time at its sole discretion and editorial judgment.

This category is for general chats and forums.
This category is for general chats and forums.
Includes sites that provide a directory of sites pertaining to skateboarding.
Includes sites significantly about fingerboards which are mini-skateboards that you can do tricks with using your fingers.

To avoid delay in listing, please review prior to submission.

Submit websites once to the most relevant category. Multiple submissions or careless submissions will slow the process.
Review the Sports: Skateboarding category description for submission guidelines.

Includes sites significantly focused on longboarding.

To avoid delay in listing, please review prior to submission.

Submit websites once to the most relevant category. Multiple submissions or careless submissions will slow the process.
Review the Sports: Skateboarding category description for submission guidelines.

Includes magazines the have both webzines and subscription based hard copies.
Sites that are for magazines related to skateboarding. If your site is a webzine please submit your site in the sub category of webzines.
This category lists sites international, national, and local organizations. Includes non-profit, charitable, and governmental organizations developing and supporting programs.
This category lists sites international, national, and local organizations. Includes non-profit, charitable, and governmental organizations developing and supporting programs.
Includes personal sites of skateboarders.
Sites under construction, with bad or missing links, or not fully functional will NOT be listed. Please resubmit when your site is complete.
Non-commercial sites about non-motored Scooters.

To avoid delay in listing, please review prior to submission.

Submit websites once to the most relevant category. Multiple submissions or careless submissions will slow the process.

Review the Sports: Skateboarding category description for submission guidelines.

Please submit sites that offer online shopping for scooters to Shopping/Sports/Boarding/Skateboarding/Scooters. They will not be listed in this category.

Includes official, media, and fan sites concerning professional skateboarders.
If your site does not focus on professional skateboarders, it will not be listed here. Please submit to the appropriate subcategory of Skateboarding. If you are not a professional skater, submit your site to the Personal Pages category for a listing.
Includes sites about skate parks, their development and construction as well as tips or advice concerning community approval and acceptance.
Streetboarding, formerly known as "Snakeboarding" is the art of riding a board consisting of two articulated footplates joined with a crossbar. Riders can choose to use footstraps so that they can do big airs, grabs, grinds etc.
Unless there is significant and unique non-commercial content about the sport, sites with online shopping belong in Shopping/Sports/Boarding/Skateboarding and sites for manufacturers belong in Business/Consumer_Goods_and_Services/Sporting_Goods/Boarding/Skateboarding.