UK Indoor Skatepark Spot Check 2 – Spit & Sawdust skatepark, Cardiff
We ventured over the mystical Wales for the second of our ongoing series of Indoor Skatepark Spot Checks to pay Christian ‘Pirate Man’ Hart and his small but perfectly formed Spit & Sawdust park a visit.
Now firmly established as one of the best indoor skateparks in Wales, not to mention one of the friendliest and tastiest, thanks to their excellent cafe – Spit and Sawdust is well worth a trip for any kind of skater.
We hooked up with a gaggle of locals and not-so-local Bristol heads for an evening’s sesh not so long ago, the results of which you can see below.
You’ll find all the info you’ll need below – go pay a visit.
Spit and Sawdust Skatepark
Rhymney River Bridge Rd,
Phone: 02920 494741
Spit and Sawdust is a small but perfectly formed indoor wooden skatepark on the outskirts of Cardiff city centre. Owned and run by skateboarders, Spit and Sawdust is also celebrated for the excellent home-cooked food served there, their licensed bar and their skateboard magazine/video chill out area.
Main man Christian ‘Pirate Man’ Hart is pretty much the nicest human you could hope to encounter and will go out of his way to make sure you have a good time in the park.
Layout-wise, Spit and Sawdust combines a small but fun mini ramp with an extensive street area populated with moveable obstacles and with banks and transition lining the walls of the building.
Spit and Sawdust also cater for parties and events and hold regular jams and demo’s.
Go visit and tell the Pirate that we sent you.
For more information – go to their Facebook: facebook.com/spitandsawdust.
Scroll down to see a map of the skatepark’s location.
UK Indoor Skatepark Spot Check Spit and Sawdust Cardiff