Old bowl footage of good times spent at Kidderminster’s Safari Park bowl has surfaced this week. the cine tapes have footage of Neil Danze, Gary Lee, Roger Harvey, Andy Peerless, Sean Goff and many more.
Check out this edit of bowl, mini ramp and freestyle skating from the archives and footage from an English Skateboard Association comp (ESA) from 1984 too. Classic stuff.
The carpenters have been finishing off the main body of work in the street course over the last week with the ‘spectator gap’ being the stand out design addition that has been built in front of the new spectator cabin. Check out the new video and photos in the updated feature and feel free to share them as the park really takes shape.
This week’s delivery of wood from Amsterdam revealed that bowled corners will play a part in the new design at Bay Sixty 6 Skatepark. Watch video here of the structure and the start of the new build to transform this spot into a brand new skatepark.
For more photos and updates, click here to keep an eye on the ongoing, updated feature.
There’s nothing like watching it raw, especially when it’s Rune Glifberg ripping his local skatepark to pieces. Monkeyglove were there to capture a feeling you only get in full if you are standing right there on the coping.
Yorkshire locals are looking forward to seeing a new indoor park open in Halifax this summer from plans that have been posted online. The Mags On Ramps park will feature two floors boasting a bowl and street layout on each level.
This park will open on June 23rd and can be found at 15a Calderdale Business Park, Club Lane, Ovenden, HX2 8DB. Click here for a map and find them on Facebook here.
A brand new fun-sized bowl has been built in Bishops Park in West London. The bowl looks small, whippy and could well be fun to skate but we have no idea who built it as we write this. Allegedly, the bowl has been sat there since November doing nothing but word is that it will be open to skate this Spring when the rest of the park that has been restored this winter is re-open to the public.
Bishops Park is situated in Putney/Fulham borders on the north side of Putney Bridge, just off the Fulham Palace Rd. Horror film lovers may remember that All Saints Church near to this park featured in the first ‘Omen’ film. Get in’spire’ed.
It may be below freezing in Europe right now but the sun is shining on Venice Beach as ever in California. Watch Steven Reeves session the Venice concrete skatepark with a couple of friends and warm yourself up today.