Beast Rampz was opened in May 2013 and is Manchester’s largest indoor skate park taking up 27,500 sq ft of warehouse space. Designed and constructed by Four One Four it contains an extensive selection of obstacles and sections for riders of all abilities whether you’re a pro or an absolute beginner.
The whole skatepark is revolved around an extensive street section comprised of large hips & banks, rails & ledges, stair sets, hubbas and all surrounded by bowled corners. This section is well laid out for nice long and flowing lines and there is enough space between the obstacles for it to not get too crowded.
Along side this section is their rhythm section that is primarily aimed at BMX riders however it is easily skatable and is very back and forth based bookended with quarter pipes, one with a vert extension.
On the opposite side of the warehouse is the transition section which features a series of different sized ramps. There is a 20ft wide micro ramp for the beginners, a 24ft wide mini ramp and an awesome 60ft wide hipped mini ramp for those daring enough. As well as all of this there is also a 16ft tall and 24ft wide vert ramp and a taco wall ride.
All of the above adds up to to an impressive selection of obstacles for riders of all abilities and you could easily spend an entire day here mastering all of the lines of simply just practising your skills in the gnarly transition sections.
The park closed in October 2015 following escalating rent.
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Ashburys train station: Exit the station onto Gorton Roadadn head west until you see Vaughan Street on your left. Take this road and follow it along as it turns into Bennett Street and keep following it along until you see Mathew Street on your right and Beast Rampz is on this road.
West Gorton bus stop: Exit the bus and Mathews Street on which the skate park is based is in sight.
|West Gorton||0.1 miles||205 & 206|
- On-site Cafe
- On-site Skate Shop
- Relaxing Area
- Viewing Area