About Dialed

It’s time to show the world what scooter riders can do. We want to see the best scooter riders on the planet battle it out for the #1 spot. Rampworx Skatepark provides the perfect location for this to happen being centrally located in the UK. Rampworx has been running huge international contests and tours for the last 17 years so you can be sure that this event will be epic!


To ensure a speedy contest on the day we require all team riders that wish to compete to pre register on the Dialed website. to compete in the pro contest riders must be on the official pro team of a recognised brand.

Trade Village

rampworx has recently built a 15,000 square foot extension that will host the scooter trade village. This trade village will give your brand or retail outfit the chance to meet your customers face to face, showcase your new products and have a strong brand presence in the scooter industry. Trade stalls consist of 2 x 6ft table and electrify supply, with an option to upgrade.


Rampworx is located in Aintree, Liverpool, UK. The venue is easily accessible by car and public transport. Liverpool is also in close proximity to 2 airports, Liverpool john lennon and Manchester international. both are about 30 minutes drive from the skatepark. full directions and hotel listings can be found on the rampworx website.


Dialed is working in partnership with Scoot Mag to document the event. We will be producing our own video documenting the event, this will be uploaded to the Rampworx YouTube channels which has over 6 million downloads. Press passes are very limited for the event and must be applied for in advance. Capacity Rampworx can hold a maximum of 1000 people in the building. With a predicted event footfall of 500 people expected.


Rampworx can hold a maximum of 1000 people in the building. With a predicted event footfall of 500 people expected.


Rampworx is a registered children’s charity. All of the funds raised from this event will be put straight back into funding the rampworx project and running the contest. Charity #1097748.