EXPERIENCE. DEDICATION. QUALITY.
EXPERIENCE. DEDICATION. QUALITY.
G.A.S.S. PARKS provides comprehensive services to design and construct the highest quality action sports facilities in the world!
Mountain Bike Trails, Bike Parks, Event & Race Venues , and so much more! We‘re leading the industry in creating premiere amenities while employing sustainable design and build practices that ensure each of our facilities remains an enduring part of your community for years to come.
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From building Red Bull Rampage’s world renown venue for the World’s op athletes in the foothills of the Zion National Park, to our more recent Masterpiece Trail at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, we’re constantly setting the bar higher for ourselves and pushing our peers to rise to the to the challenge.
It’s no secret that G.A.S.S. PARKS has some serious experience under its belt.
Are we competitive? You bet! We want to be the best at what we do.
But we also strive to lead the industry in new technologies, better build methods, and a comprehensive approach that leads to long term sustainability while ensuring that each park rides like a dream. Progression, Safety, Learning, and the Healthy Growth of the Action Sports we love are our primary objectives.
More Places to Ride, More Awesome People to Ride With.
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We couldn't accomplish our goals without the commitment and dedication of the Community Groups, Land Managers, and other Visionaries Like You that we work to serve.
We believe that collaboration and cooperation are keys to any successful public project. That’s why we seek to learn and educate throughout every stage of Planning, Design, and Construction in hopes that we all can work together to continue the good work of creating active recreation areas for our communities.
Thank you for your commitment to Public Lands and Healthy Active Recreation that makes this possible!
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Global Action Sports Solutions had an opportunity to help bring to life a mountain bike trail in Maywood Park in Monona, WI, first envisioned by three fifth and sixth-grade boys. The article we came across (Click here to read it) caught our attention and the idea the boys had to acknowledge the land that used to belong to native Americans impressed us. We wanted to do everything to make it happen, so we volunteered our time and efforts to help create the mountain bike trail.
Jeremy Witek, the owner and operator of Global Action Sports Solutions, grew up in Wisconsin, often looking for places to ride his bike.
"It was super hard for me as a kid to ride my bike," he said. "My bike has taken me around the world. I've been to 29 countries, so it's pretty awesome to give back and show what's possible... and support the kids."
That includes the masterminds behind the project: Bennett Chapa, Miles Peterson and Jack Oliver. These three boys, ages 10, 11 and 12, respectively, started working with the city of Monona in December of 2020 to get a mountain bike trail developed at Maywood Park. The park used to belong to the Ho-Chunk tribe, which the boys acknowledged at the public forum.
"We wanted to do a land acknowledgment because this land used to belong to someone else, and we really wanted to show them some respect," said 10-year-old Chapa. "The parks in our city were first Ho-Chunk land, and in the past the government took away land from the Ho-Chunk tribe, and they were also forced to give up the land and leave the state. We respect the Ho-Chunk land and their nation."
We feel blessed to have the ability to support these boys, their ideas and values that water so many great things to grow! The boys have brought so many people together with this concept, with such a positive impact on the community they simply can not understand. Thank you City of Monona and Monona City Parks and Recreation for letting us be a part of this movement.