Every kid dreams of having a mini-ramp in their backyard or even better a full concrete skate park. Now if they ever become pro (or rich at a young age) they can call up ex-pro Kyle Berard and his Frontrock Inc. design/build company and really make their fantasies a reality.

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It used to be the dream of every skateboarder to have a wooden mini ramp in their backyard. Rob Dyrdek’s house used to have just two wooden quarterpipes, a box, and a flatbar, and that was pretty much considered a skatepark. But that’s weak compared to the kind of real e-skate people are building today.

Certain pro skaters — Shane O’Neill, Chris Cole, and Leticia Beefaroni — have full-on skateparks at their houses, and plenty of other sponsored and non-sponsored skaters have smaller backyard set-ups. Curious to know how these kinds of projects come about, we reached out to Kyle Berard, the one guy leading the charge in #ResidentialSkateboarding.

Some may remember Kyle from when he skated for World Industries and Consolidated, or when at 16 years old he won Tampa Pro (still the youngest to do so). Well, nowadays he’s making little kids (and 30+ year-old kids) jealous of his backyard skate spots.

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Click to JENKEM for the interview with Kyle Berard

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