Shut Up & Skate – Southsea Skatepark, Southsea

//Shut Up & Skate – Southsea Skatepark, Southsea

Shut Up & Skate

Southsea Skatepark, Southsea

Southsea skatepark is the proud home of the King Ramps “NASS Ramp” – the mobile ramp built by Pete King’s team and used for the well known NASS music and action sports festival.

While it’s not being used for festivals, it lives at the park so the locals can benefit from a real competition standard ramp which has replaced the tired old 9′ transition mini-vert.

For competition goers, there is of course the rest of the legendary park to play on. Concrete snake run, circular bowl and street section make up the rest of the park.

Parking

There are pay and display car parks near the sea front but some free street parking is available in the roads a block or two back from the front.

Staying over night

The skatepark are NOT Allowing parking overnight within the grounds. Please see above for alternative parking options.

Please check the map below for some local campsites. There are plenty of hotels nearby.

Some nearby sites:

Click here for more Southsea Campsites on google maps.

Last year’s results

A Group

Masters

B Group

Summer Shredding!

Top day in the scorching sun! Thanks to all who sacrificed a bit of skate time to help out, and thanks to our sponsors Vans187 Killer padsProTecSCUK and Speedlab Wheels.
Well done to Southsea Skatepark for hosting this event for the second year in a row

Here are the TOP 3s… click here for full results.

B GROUP 
1. Lucio Oliveira
2. Dan Baker
3. Noddy Rands

MASTERS
1. Jussi Korhonen
2. Chris Hudson
3. Dave Allen

A GROUP
1. Matty Carlisle
2. Jesse Thomas
3. Jim Langran

2017 confirmed dates

Here are the dates we have so far for 2017 vert competitions across the UK. These dates are confirmed by each organiser and park but they are always subject to change as the vert calendar fills up with other events such as festivals and other comps, so please keep checking here and our social pages for any changes.

If we stay at 6 comps, scores will be the total of the best 5, if we have 7 (Steve Bayless Vert Session at St Neots is still TBC) then it will be best 6.

  1. Wheels of Steel
    Adrenaline Alley, Corby
    2nd April 2017
  2. Seaside Session
    Ramp City, Blackpool
    28th May 2017
  3. Shut Up & Skate
    Southsea Skatepark, Southsea
    18th June 2017
  4. Steve Bayless Vert Session
    River Road Skatepark, St Neots
    30th July 2017
  5. Mount Hawke Vert Jam
    Mount Hawke Skatepark, Cornwall
    3rd September 2017
  6. Mancunian Meltdown
    Beast Rampz, Manchester
    24th September 2017
  7. Blockless Combat
    Creation Skatepark, Birmingham
    8th October 2017

 

Shut Up And Skate! Southsea re-born!

As you already know, Southsea Skatepark is the new home of the King Ramps mobile vert ramp and we’ll be competing there on July 31st. What you may not know is that local legend Barry Abrook – 80s/90s vert shredder and former Zorlac team member with his brother Mark – has given us kind permission to resurrect the “Shut Up And Skate” contest name! So, here’s the first flyer under that name. I’m sure we can do it justice and make it a comp to remember…

More info about Southsea Skatepark and the Shut Up And Skate competition here.

Southsea gets the “NASS Ramp” and vert series comp

While we haven’t sorted the fine print yet, we will be running a comp on the 31st July at Southsea Skatepark. This will be Round 2, only one week before St Neots – I know it close but these things happen. Southsea has a lot of stuff going on at their park over the summer so we’re lucky to get in there.

Southsea Skatepark will be permanently hosting the King Ramps mobile vert ramp so it will be unavailable at certain times dependant on other events where it might be required. It will be making its way down after the NASS festival which is 8-10 July.

Useful info
Phone 023 92 295360
Email mail@southseaskatepark.com
Website www.southseaskatepark.com
Address Clarence Esplanade
Southsea
PO5 3NZ
Park entry TBC
Comp entry FREE

Schedule Guide

Below is a guide to how the competition will be run based on past events. This is subject to change depending on number of riders and various other factors.

The Ramp
Height  14′
Width  40′
Vert  2′ 6″
Transition  11′ 6″