The new Sidmouth skatepark by Maverick - Skateparks Ep 5

Our friends at Maverick Skateparks have just finished a new project and were cool enough to take a couple of minutes to give us a quick presentation of the spot. Voilà!

Introduce us to the park – tell us its name, where it is, what kind of park will it be (more street-oriented, just a bowl, a plaza...), its approximate dimensions, if it’s already open to the public, that sort of stuff.

Sidmouth Skatepark is a transition and street facility.  The free-flow closed bowl is linked into a street area via a stairset and some fun transfers. It occupies a 45m x 15m space with the access. It's a free-to-use community space and a progressive design that could hold events.

Is there any feature of the park that you’re particularly happy with, that came out really nice or is really fun to skate?

The Bowl is the jewel in the crown with a fun clamshell extension leading into the deep. The kinked stairset and ledges also look pretty special! We are really stoked on how they turned out!

Did you have time to skate it? What was the best run or trick you did there or that you saw someone else do?

Due to Covid restrictions the facility has only recently opened but we are keen to get back over there for a roll.

Visit Skatepark Visit Maverick website

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