|BMX in Aberdeenshire|
Designed and funded by locals, the new skate park in Alford, next to the dry ski slope offers bowls, over verts and hips.
About a mile and half outside the town there is a series of trails. Not easy to find, but worth the search.
Small, but not beautifully formed. A quarter, some grind ledges, and what can best be described as a few mounds of concrete.
The park has concrete flat banks, rails, ledges, a quarter and a metal halfpipe, all of which have been the subject of much grumbling by its users. Even although the park has had a bit of a make over local opinion is that there is still room for improvement. Saying that, its still worth a visit.
Beside the tennis courts - a jump box, a few quarters, a hip with a low grind rail.
Kellands "Lego" skate park in Inverurie boasts quarters, jump box and combos.
The newest park in Grampian, only having opened in July 2004.
Not a lot on offer here - a couple of quarters, a box and a couple of grind rails.
|BMX in Aberdeen|
Transition Extreme is an award winning indoor extreme sports centre including massive indoor BMX and skate park, dramatic climbing centre (36 ropes, 15m high + bouldering), basketball, Energy Café, band practice studios, visitor centre, and 3 extreme sports retailers. A fiver will get you a couple of hours bike time in the dry.|
Links Road, Aberdeen Beach, Aberdeen.
The Ghetto is an unused warehouse that has been worked on to give a fair set up.
Inchgarth Community Center
This spot in Garthdee is rather soulless looking - but its better than nothing! A large quarter, some kickers and flatbanks.