There’s something special about a DIY spot that a bunch of friends come together to build and end up making one hell of a skatepark!
Over the years we have seen a number of DIY spots, but this is definitely up there for one of the raddest. Over the course of the past 4 or so years, Matt Burton and a big crew of riders have built an AMAZING looking cement park to ride. It sounds like this place started out as a few dirt jumps, and now it’s this incredible cement park for everyone to ride. We need more of this around the world!
“In January 2013 Matt Burton began to build some rudimentary mud jumps on a piece of discarded land, cut to 2017 and with serious determination (and a little help from friends) that basic idea had transformed into a fully fledged concrete skatepark. Grab your mates, grab a spade and get building.
Watch the full build here…” – Rance Film
“January 2013 – March 2017. Saint Neots Riders built a concrete DIY spot under the Bypass bridge. Under the bridge was waste land and people would use it for dumping rubbish. A lot of hours and hard work they piled up the rubbish and covered it in dirt. Then after ridding it for a year with no problems they decided to concreted it! The end result was completely worth it! A dry bowl/skatepark to ride what ever the weather.”