Transgression Park was officially opened to members of the public at the weekend.
The facility, in an old warehouse within the Peffermill Industrial Estate, offers a place for young people to cycle, rollerblade or skateboard.
It provides a range of man-made swoops and curves for people to practise tricks.
Doug McFadzean, co- director of the new venture, said: “Skateboarders and bikers are often looked upon as outlaws so we’re providing them with a safe place to practice their skills.
“People see kids flying about on their bikes or jumping pavements with their skateboards and they often regard them as a menace. But actually, all they are doing is playing. So we want to give them a space of their own where they can keep this slightly edgy, street-cred feel but be safe, dry and warm at the same time.”