Derby’s scene are in for a treat this month as Rollersnakes have built what looks like a killer little indoor park built by Craig Smedley, Dave Rampchild and Adam Boyfield to fight the winter ahead and also jumped through hoops to make their TF publicly accessible so you can skate it on special occasions.
The Vault will be open on 24th August for the first one off public session with BBQ and good times. You will need to fill out forms of consent to skate it, so head over here to find out more details.
Bay Sixty 6 Skatepark’s transformation has started this week after a few days last week of intense demolition. Now that the pain of seeing it being chopped up has totally gone, we will now bring you photo and video updates from the rebuild that can be found in our constantly updated feature.
Today saw the first wooden structures arrive at the park with what looks to be large transitions that would usually be associated with a bowled corner. These have apparently been made in Amsterdam and shipped here to be bolted together as the park takes its new shape.
For more updates on the new lights, the vert hole being filled and more in photos, check out the feature from today’s visit.
Nick Zorlac headed out to the Extreme Connexions skate park in Hemel last week to see how the build was getting on and came back with these 3 shots of the progress for the Death blog. The mini ramp is looking amazing. For more information about how this skatepark is progressing, click here for a full feature as this park will be the UK’s only indoor concrete skatepark once it opens this summer.