Fifty Fifty’s Go Skateboarding Day 2018

Death races, switch time trials and the 'Mon Ramp'

The Go Skateboarding Day edits keep piling in, with Fifty Fifty‘s Go Skateboarding Day 2018 spent at the pleasant confines of the pump track next to Daveside; making the most of the warm weather to goad locals into losing plenty of skin via fastest laps (both switch and regular), winner stays on death races, best trick prizes and ‘The Mon Ramp’, Bristol’s very own take on the man ramp. The pump track is tight, rough and more than capable of biting on a quiet, mellow session, so add in all of this and you’ve got a perfect recipe for future skin grafts. For things getting even sillier, check out our edit from the Dean Lane Hardcore Funday last year, when everyone decided that it was getting skated the day before the main event despite the driving rain.

Tidy Mike was on hand to capture the makes, slams and half pissed shouting which made up the day, so luckily if you weren’t there you can still enjoy what went down. Head over to Vague’s site for an extended photo gallery from James Griffiths while you’re at it. Big up skater owned, big up Bristol, big up Fifty Fifty!

Fifty Fifty celebrated 20 years in 2017 of skater owned business in Bristol city centre, so we’d be remiss in not sharing some of the celebrations that came out of that. First off, clear your schedule and check out the Fifty Fifty 20 Year Retrospective Mixtape video, which at nearly 40 minutes in length covers a wide array of Bristolian shredding. You can also check out a photo gallery of the 20 year party, in case your day is lacking in photos of drunk people (some of them in urinals too!).

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