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SkateDock Surface Mounted Racks



The new SkateDock™ series skateboard racks are designed to hold any size board including long boards and scooters! Skateboard racks are becoming more of a necessity, and the SkateDock™ is versatile enough for elementary schools, high schools, universities, skate parks and cities!


This product is manufactured and sold under a Licensing Agreement and is protected by U.S. Patent numbers 6978902, 7318530, and 7789247.

Series Details

SkateDock™ SMX Series Skateboard Racks

SkateDock SMX
  • Holds 10 boards and can be combined to be double or triple sided racks
  • Black injection molded urethane EdgeGuards™
  • Composite recycled PE top shelf
  • Lockable rings compatible with padlocks, ulocks or short cable locks

Specs & Drawings

SkateDock SMX



10 Board Wall Mount - Specs




10 boards/scooters secured
ASTM A36 steel for all structural plate (standard)
Black injection molded urethane EdgeGuards™
Composite recycled PE top shelf
Lockable rings



Hammertone powder coat grey
Hot dipped galvanized



Surface Mount 
Note: Each surface mounted SkateDock™ can be turned into a double or triple sided rack when mounted with additional docks. See our website for more configurations.

Note: Each surface mounted SkateDock can be turned into a double or triple sided rack when mounted with additional SkateDocks. 



Back of rack wall setback
Minimum 4”

Racks running parallel
Minimum 36” center to center
Recommended 48” center to center

Street Setbacks
Minimum 30” from curb
Recommended 48” from curb









installation instructions the skatedock
The SkateDock
Models SM10X
10 board capacity, surface or wall mounted

Download the assembly instructions here









Case Study: California State University Sacramento - Skateboard Parking



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CSU Sacramento has a high population of students that skateboard. The school wanted to get boards out of classrooms
by offering a safe and secure place for them to park.



CSU Sacramento piloted a skateboard rack on campus to test for reaction. The idea was overwhelmingly positive and
students were drawn into the design and premise.


The Outcome

CSU Sacramento is now offering one of the countries elite skateboard racks, not only securing skateboards and long boards, but razor scooters as well.



““I skate and this is a great idea. Finally we are given the same opportunity as bicyclists, cars, and motorcycles to park. Great idea!”.”
- Matt Blanco, CSUS Student


Download the full case study here


With many of the locally fabricated racks, the quote "beauty is only skin deep" is very accurate. At Park A Bike it starts months before the coating was even a thought. A great coating starts with the design and fabrication to ensure longevity against the elements. Park A Bike's engineering team produced products for BMW and Land Rover and understands the importance of finish. From the very beginning of design, Park A Bike makes sure there are no locked-in chambers, and no overlapping surfaces of metal that can negate a great coating.

Finish Options

Power Coat Finish Powder Coat Finish

Park A Bike has a regimented 5-stage process. Our first three stages are a pre-treatment process, which is a critical step that ensures a clean application of our zinc-rich rust inhibitor primer pre-coat. The timing between the primer coat and the powder coat is calculated to ensure our best adhesion. Our polyester powder coating, triglycidyl isocyanurate (TGIC) powder, is then baked into the prepared product to total thickness of 10-12 mils. This makes our coating process tough enough to withstand the extreme weather and heavy usage conditions as well as chipping, rusting and fading up to 10 years. We closely monitor each step of the powder coating process to ensure that Park A Bike's high standard of quality is evident in every product we make.


Hot Dipped Galvanized Finish Hot Dipped Galvanized Finish

This Park A Bike coating is suitable for more utilitarian applications. In the galvanizing process, we have a regimented 4-stage process. Our first three stages are a pre-treatment process, which is a critical step that ensures a clean application of our products before they are immersed in 98% pure molten zinc and allowed to dry in ambient air. The product is then hand-filed to remove any galvanizing flash. Galvanizing works best with embedment type of installations (in ground). The result is a 20-year product that isvirtually abrasion-resistant.

Finishes Chart

Not all products are available in every finish option, but if you’re unsure about which finish option to choose, use our chart below to help you choose the right option for your area.

 PriceBike FriendlyUV StabilityAbrasion
Powder Coat ** Medium 10 Years Low *** ***** Inland
Galvanized ** Medium 20 Years High ** * Marine or coastal
Thermoplastic *** High 20 Years Low **** ***** Inland
Stainless Steel ***** Low 30 Years High ***** * Marine or coastal

"The Park A Bike team made USD's bike rack upgrade a breeze! Once the new racks were installed around campus bike thefts drastically decreased and we noticed an increase in ridership. We love the clean look, durability, and easy usage of the bike racks. We highly recommend Park a Bike!"

Paula Morreale 
Sustainability Coordinator, Office of Sustainability, University of San Diego



"It was exciting how this happened. Not an hour after Donn had showed the product to me, you won (the award for Most Interesting Products)! And you won with good reason; I see a lot of bike parking stations but certainly nothing as unique and clever as yours."

Daryl Brach - Senior Sales Manager
American Society of Landscape Architects


Broadreach Planning and design

"I’m glad to hear you won this (Most Interesting Products award)!  I was one of the ones that voted for you.  I found your product really good and I hope to be able to recommend it in the future.

Thanks for being at the ASLA meeting."

Jim Donovan, FASLA
Broadreach Planning & Design

MRP Realty

"Thanks for following up with us. All the units have been installed and they fit perfectly... We are very happy with the bike racks and our docks as there is more space now to fit in more bikes, and the room looks more organized and fancier.

I’ll definitely will recommend Park A Bike to other property managers in the future."

Erika Alfaro


"Working with Park A Bike has allowed me to feel supported as if I have additional staff on my team.  With their responsive, customer and user-focused service I am able to more efficiently and creatively address bicycle parking issues at CSUMB.  So far I have not found a challenge their staff couldn't help me with, nor have I found any other bike racks that surpass the Varsity Rack Park A Bike product in quality, weather-resistance, function, aesthetics and security.  I look forward to having them on my team for decades to come as we develop bike culture on our campus." 

Megan Tolbert, Transportation Planner, Campus Planning & Development, CSU Monterey Bay

UC Davis Medical Center


"We just opened the racks up for employee use and the feedback is very positive. The staff love the storage area and the bike racks." 

Duane Hicks, Manager - Planning, Transportation, & Fleet Services, UC Davis Medical Center





The new SkateDock series skateboard racks are designed to hold any size board including longboards and razor scooters. The SkateDock is versatile enough for elementry schools, high schools, universities, skate parks and cities.