Gaz from Decimal and the strong Cirencester scene campaigned long and hard to get a new park built in the Gloucestershire town. They were pleased to announce the opening of the facility built by Marc Churchill's Line Skateparks (http://www.lineskateparks.co.
Photo's by Chris Johnson
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Andy Coleman Kickflipping on a picture-esque day.
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Andy Coleman backside Will Smithing
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Andy Coleman nose grind pop, pop, pop musik.
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Ed Russell frontside flipping for glory.
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Scott McNab casper flipping for all y'all.
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Scott Whittaker kickflipping high, igh, igh!
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Bit more going on than your local Asda carpark.
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More potential lines than Tony Montanna.
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Most certainly a variety pack.
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Every angle seems to be a winner
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Tranny's to the left of me, tranny's to the right here I am...
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"Smooth like ice, cold to the touch and it isn't very nice (TO THE TOUCH)"
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Cirencester's got all dem curves.
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Delectable mini ramp to provide entertainment whilst Alan Titchmarsh get's to work on that soil.
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Who's got the drop in on that building?
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The winners podium.
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Bit of scenic BGP's, larvely.