Important Message from The Factory
Due to uncontrollable circumstances, The Factory unfortunately can no longer continue to operate in the location where we originally started nearly 10 years ago, and we are actively exploring new locations.
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Welcome to our own indoor “hobby” facility…
Completely started, built, funded, and maintained by local riders, just like you.
“In January of 2011, only a few of us walked alone into a very small and completely empty warehouse space in Northeast Minneapolis with one idea in mind, to simply ride our bikes together in our own hobby facility at the convenience of our own time, family, and work schedules. Over the years this turned into a movement that has become absolutely infectious… Families, kids, and riders of all ages. We ride. We learn. We build. We fall. We encourage. We motivate. We get back up. We focus. We try again. We work together. We perform. We innovate. We’re not scared to try something new & we never give up. We’ve created lifelong friendships, and lifelong memories. The goals, the achievements, the experiences, and the opportunities that have evolved around The Factory and our traveling Mega Jump stunt shows have changed our lives and will live with us forever. It’s just amazing to think about what we have all created together because of action sports. Words will never describe how grateful we are for your continued support. To every member and every rider & parent who has ever join us for a session, and every event who has supported us over the years, Thank You. The Factory truly is an unexpected Dream Come True.”
-Dustin Grice, Co-Founder
Since Day One at The Factory you have been able to purchase your own key. It is the only place in the world like it, imagine having your own indoor skatepark…
The Best Part
You won’t find the typical negative “skatepark vibe” here at The Factory, our owners and keyholders are known to be some of the friendliest, and most welcoming and inviting people in the sport.
From riders who have never ridden a ramp, to some of the world’s top riders, The Factory is the perfect place for any rider. We have jumps into a big foam pit and soft padded “resi” landing ramps!
We Ride Everything at The Factory…
BMX, Scooters, Mountain Bikes, Skateboards… Just Ride.
Our facility is one of the very few indoor parks around Minnesota that has been able to keep it doors open for more than 5 years now, and soon going on 10. The majority of indoor parks shut down after 2 years, this means we have had to carefully run our facility in a way that we can continue to keep our doors open as long as possible. Unless you have your own key holder membership, you must let us know when you would like to ride. You can also come to one of our weekly open sessions just to check the place out, meet some of the families & keyholders, and even ride if you’d like.
Thank you for your support in our own facility.
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Our 10,000 Donation Fundraiser Project with Minnesota Special Olympics
“Thank you all for your contributions and for being a part of this exciting brand new concept supporting Special Olympics. A Grand Total of $10,459 has been Donated to Special Olympics Thanks to YOU! This is by far one of the most challenging things we’ve ever pursued… From logistically bringing the idea to reality 4 years later with Special Olympics, Property Owners & Zorbaz, Insurance, Local Law Enforcement & Cutting Ice… Then reaching for the moon and building our $10k Fundraiser Team within 4 weeks… Right up until the final seconds cranking thru non-ridable melting snow on carpet… WE DID IT. #TEAM10K. You are all going on our wall. Every single name. Your generosity truly hit us deep down with this one. Thank you all from the bottom of our hearts”
Watch Our Show! For Fairs, Schools, and Churches
After performing for the Minnesota Vikings at US Bank Stadium, Minnesota State Fair, Delta Airlines, Valleyfair, Minnesota Lynx, and even Explore Minnesota Tourism’s Superbowl Commercial, there is a good chance you may have heard of or seen our stunt show before. The Mega Jump Action Sports Experience is a jaw-dropping action sports stunt show designed to leave you speechless. At the end of the show, our personable professional athletes make every effort to get to know you and your friends and family. So prepare to be amazed, say hello, and maybe you’ll even ride away on a free bike!
Watch 8 Year Old Reed Land His First Backflip!
For Reed Bleymeyer’s 8th birthday, he had the option of choosing one birthday present… Either an Amazon Kindle Fire, OR a membership at The Factory. What do you think he decided? Reed decided to become the youngest member ever at The Factory at the time. 9 months later of riding with some of the best riders in the world, Reed landed his first backflip on our outdoor ramp outside The Factory. Reed now has TWO MILLION views on YouTube and is one of the youngest kids in the entire world to backflip on his bike.
From Our Blog: EVERY Parent NEEDS to Read This: “Why do you pay so much money for your kid to race BMX bikes”? Well I have a confession to make; By Steve Hulbert (And Originally MParks.org)
One of my friends asked “Why do you pay so much money for your kid to race BMX bikes”? Well I have a confession to make; I don’t pay for my kid to race his bike. Personally, I couldn’t care less about bikes.
So, if I am not paying for bike racing, what am I paying for?
– I pay for those moments when my son becomes so tired he wants to quit but doesn’t.
– I pay for those days when my son comes home from school and is “too tired” to go to the track but goes anyway.
– I pay for my son to learn to be disciplined, focused, and dedicated.
– I pay for my son to learn to take care of his body and equipment.
– I pay for my son to learn to work with others and to be good team mates, gracious in defeat, and humble in success.
– I pay for my son to learn to deal with disappointment, when he doesn’t get that win he’d hoped for, but he goes back week after week giving it his best shot.
– I pay for my son to learn to make and accomplish goals.
– I pay for my son to respect, not only themselves, but other riders, officials and coaches.
– I pay for my son to learn that it takes hours and hours, years and years, of hard work and practice to create a champion and that success does not happen overnight.