Keighley skatepark was desigend and built by Maverick Industries and opened in 2009. It is an all concrete skatepark that features both transition & street elements and can be found next to the school.
The skatepark starts on one side with a bowl that has an extension on one side and an open side on the other. This is then spined with the street area and also has a roll over in between the two. The street area has a bowled edge around it and contains a large pump bump, a pyramid with hipped bank & rail and another pyramid with a block. There is also a roll in built into one of the edges.
Keighley skatepark is a great local spot and has something for everyone, whether you like to ride transitions or street. The layout has been well organised to make good use of the space and the surfaces are super smooth making this a great place for beginners and experienced skaters alike.
- /// what3words
Keighley train station: Exit Keighley station onto East Parade and head south continuing as it turns into Worth Way until the end. Here turn left onto South Street and follow it south until Queens Road is on your right. Follow this road and continue onwards as it turns into Ashbourne Road until the roundabout. Here turn onto Ingrow Road and Keighley skatepark will be on your right.
Bracken Bank Avenue bus stop: Exit the bus onto the roundabout and turn onto Ingrow Road, follow the road and Keighley skatepark will be on your right.
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