the linc indoor sk8 park bowl is in it's last stage. Riding surface is on and looks killer!Some tile to do on the big corner and a bit of deck. You wanna carve ,this is the place.
Graham and Jeff (Builders)
The indoor park, bowl section is about 85% complete. The main structure is 95% in place with the only hold up being the laying of the Expensive "Skate-Lite" top layer. Since the skatelite is so expensive, each cut must be exact so money doesn't get wasted on bad measuring and mistakes. The word I've heard is after the summer.....
Benn Pridham (volunteer labourer) Fusionboardworx
We are making pretty good progress on the island's newest and Sickest Wooden indoor skatepark in Courtenay, BC. The building is the old Worrall Supply building across from the Courtenay Water park just down from Lewis Park. The building is the site of the New Youth Center for Courtenay and I believe controlled by the Courtenay Rec Association.
The indoor skatepark section is approx 80% transition and 20% street. The bowl section is under construction right now and plans for the street section are in the works. The bowl heights are 6ft transition with coping at 5 feet and going up to 7 feet. there are 4 "death poles" as a young skater "Jonah commented but the main lines in the bowl section should weave you around them. There will be a central "Hump" to allow a pump across to all sides of the bowl area. Two hips are placed in the center of either end to allow a figure 8 line. I have taken some images and attached and will send more when more progress is made.
The new indoor Youth Complex which includes the indoor park is for called "The LINC" for now. No ETA on completion yet. Should be in the new year.
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