Old Meldrum Skate Park
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General Info

City Old Meldrum
State Not In US
Country Scotland
Continent Europe

This is not the biggest park but it is easily one of the best in Scotland because of its super fast lines fat coping.

WHAT: The park is basically a big bowl with coping. It starts from a steep curved quarter then moves down to a bank with a Euro gap and a rail, this then leads into the main area of the park

GOOD: The 7 foot flat bank is great fun and the tight baby pocket with its gnarly concrete coping. Also there is a small flat bank which is very good for getting tech.

BAD: Bladers... They come in the park and wax the coping which makes it hard from proper skaters (Skateboarders) to grind as easily.

PADS: Meldrum is a skate or die park... You fall you get back up and do it again or you are a PUSSY.

ADDRESS: Old Meldrum Leisure Park

HOW TO FIND IT: Ask around, The Scots are not that bad.

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10
Old Meldrum Skate Park
Old Meldrum Skate Park
Old Meldrum Skate Park
Old Meldrum Skate Park
Old Meldrum Skate Park

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A great skate park

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10.0
Reviewed by spineeq - May 11, 2010
 

One of the best skate parks to ride.

The park has very committed locals who clean and maintain the park for visitors and were very chatty and friendly.

The park as a whole was one massive carve fest with speed lines and raging grinds flying round the park.

Would highly recommend this park to any level of skater!

 
 
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