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Skateboarding Spots in Liverpool, Merseyside*

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  • All along Old Hall Street, some nice ollie spots there, as well as some okay flat pavements. not usually that busy but not very crowded near the business end of things.
  • All along Old Hall Street, some nice ollie spots there, as well as some okay flat pavements. not usually that busy but not very crowded near the business end of things.
  • All along Old Hall Street, some nice ollie spots there, as well as some okay flat pavements. not usually that busy but not very crowded near the business end of things.
  • Well again lots of places in Liverpool, but I expect chimps like you aren't really interested ,
  • at the bottom of south road in Crosby theirs a little church thing and a library. there is also a big car park with 2 parts to it. hardly any cars go there an right next to the little church the curbs are waxed to hell! its amazing for grinding. Also theres usually 3 huge pieces of wood around which u can make a bank out of on the grass hill and a random dyson hoover thats usually there which is good for ollieing. it is opposite the plaza by south road by the civic hall and the halifax and all tha! check it out some time. the 53 bus goes there. just get off at southroad and it takes 10 seconds to walk.
  • Outside the law courts
  • moor ln
  • Rampworxs liverpool (rampworx.com) Outside The Silkhouse on tithebarn street,The University campus, Pier Head,Seel Street,both Cathedrals
  • Behind the birkenhead tunnel in the car parks.
  • Costco car park great for flatland skatin! quite popular amongst skaters!
  • Outside the courts, the Pier Head. Why did they do away with the bowl in Wavertree?
  • echos
  • Probably the courts etc just look around there will many people lurking about. Pier head is a good place (by the liver buildings)
  • edge lane is shit but feltwood rd is boss
  • By the law courts
  • the docks are sweet, the lost art team sk8 ther
  • They seem to be everywhere in town at the moment, but mainly congregate outside Quiggins (very cool set of "alternative" shops skate, loads of clothes shops, music and a v nice cafe amongst others which is in danger of shutting please sign petition online) anyway this seem to be the place were all skate kids and Goths meet and just sit off not doing much fair play to them. They scare me mates Nan though.
  • Near Law Courts on Saturday Afternoons.
  • There is a really good skate park on mesnes park in newton le willows[merseyside],halfpipe, grind rails, quater pipes, boxes loads more. It is brilliant for pro bikers boarders and bladers.
  • Listen you kids; why the hell can't you give up that annoying skateboard habit? It makes one hell of a racket and really p*sses of the old dears who walk down James Street! Incidentally, Atomic Kitten; I'm gonna write to the RSPCA about you!
  • PIER HEAD DOCKS marble paridise
  • DON'T GO TO EGDE LANE........! the place is well tired now - glass, stones & plenty of scallies.
  • erm maybe by quiggins, outside, by bluecoat chambers
  • ramp works
  • every1 gos the courts
  • Outside the law courts byt the Victoria monument and sometimes by the Liverpool city college up form Harman Street.
  • http://www.rampworx2.co.uk/ Rampworkx2 Netherton, Liverpool. Biggest skatepark in Europe.
  • lost art is really good with a cheeky friendly faced staff thats in quigins also palace skateboard which is in the palace
  • TWO WORDS THE CHEESE
  • There is a new Rampworx built about 2 1/2 years ago. The address is: 1-3 Leckwith Road Netherton Liverpool To get there (from the motorway) head up towards PC World on the Racecourse estate. Look on your right and you will find a bridge. Go under here and take a right turn into Leckwith Road. It is about 250 metres down the road. Telephone no: 0151 525 3330 P.S They are not open 12-4 p.m on weekdays or 7-10 p.m on weekends Pierhead is also full on ledge and benches, great place
  • COLLEGE BLOCK IS NOW WACK!
  • loads of places in liverpool , law courts , cheese , uni banks , echo buildings , tec
  • Mackies shop smart shi* in there, pierhead , cheese, moorfeilds, law courts ,collage block
  • THE BEST PLACES TO SKATEBOARD IN LIVERPOOL ARE CHEESE, UNI BANKS, COLLAGE BLOCK, THESE STEPS WITH BLUE RAILS GOIN DOWN THEM , LAW COURTS AND ECHO BUILDINGS.
  • Well i don't skate there very often but the new block at the Uni is nice and seems a favourite spot at the moment. Law courts still seems a good hook up, but the steps and rails are strictly for the 'high calibre' individuals.
  • The best - ie dry - place is Rampworkz an indoor skatepark. The park is located near Aintree and that is the best station to get off at. Open 12-10
  • Edge Lane Liverpool. Half-pipes and metal ramps are gone.
  • Lawcourts, The Tiles, Cotton Exchange, St Georges (near Lime Street), Echo buildings, the University (banks), and loads of other places.
  • There is a new plaza built at the pier head, which has loads of benches, curbs, ledges etc... Also not too far from Liverpool, in Birchwood, there is a skate park. It has five quarterpipes of various sizes and a funbox. To get to it from Liverpool go down the M62 out of Liverpool, come off at junction 11, turn right at the roundabout off the motorway. Turn left at the next roundabout, and right at the next roundabout. You will then be in the car park of a big park. It's about one minute's walk from there. Take food and drink with you because the shops are miles away.
  • The best thing in Liverpool for skating and BMXing is Ramp works. Unit 1b, Hartley Avenue, Aintree Another good thing is the dirt jumps in the parks, only of use to BMXer's though.
  • Is Edge Lane still there? Used to have a shallow bowl and various metal quarter-pipes and half-pipes. One of the quarter pipes was so high that only the birds had any idea what the top looks like.
  • Steps down the side of the Grange Precinct in Birkenhead. Theres a hill aswell with a curb at the end which is ok for beginners.

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