The Lost Bowl – Virginia, USA

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“In September of 2010, Richmond DIY’ers lead with the concrete skills of Bernie Mcgrew took it into their own hands to finally build for the skaters of Richmond, Virginia – a city with no skatepark. Starting with an 8 foot (2.4 meter) deep kidney swimmer bowl, the Lost Bowl now boasts a lot of other tranny around the decks of the bowl. The Lost Bowl continues to expand with the help of tons of skaters from RVA and there is no stop foreseen in the near future.” – Kingpat

Feeble on the quarter.

Feeble on the quarter.

Tony Marle. Invert. Photo: Ken Penn.

Tony Marle. Invert. Photo: Ken Penn

Tony Marle. Frontside Ollie. Photo: Ken Penn.

Tony Marle. Frontside Ollie. Photo: Ken Penn.

Julian Etheridge. Frontside air on the quarter. Photo: Carlos Santori

Julian Etheridge. Frontside air on the quarter. Photo: Carlos Santori

Julian Etheridge. Backside air on the quarter. Photo: Carlos Santori

Julian Etheridge. Backside air on the quarter. Photo: Carlos Santori

Photo: Carlos Santori

Photo: Carlos Santori

Henny. Crail slide on the quarter. Photo: Carlos Santori.

Henny. Crail slide on the quarter. Photo: Carlos Santori.

Demon over the box.

Demon over the box.

 

 

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Kingpat bids you a farewell, until next time…

3 thoughts on “The Lost Bowl – Virginia, USA

  1. Pingback: The Lost Bowl | Monkeyglove.com

  2. Hey there Confuzion. Thanks for the lost bowl article. Wow! I’m driving back to Nova Scotia from florida in a week and was wondering if you could fill me in on the location for a quick shred.
    Thanks for your consideration

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