Good Evening Concrete is taking inspiration from classic street obstacles and modifying them so riders can get the most versatility out of their purchase. The company keeps a sweet balance between looks and versatility, so the concrete turns out extra usable and not overdone.
The Sorcerer’s ledge is a lot more than your regular jersey barrier. It starts with a pole jam-like edge on each side. Grind it all, no ollie required! On one half you get a flat ledge, and an up and down ledge on the other half.
Combined with slanted walls on each side, this obstacle provides with space for endless wallride-grind-flip variations. No doubt that many skilled riders could film an hour worth of footage on one of those.
Blade Park is stoked to carry Good Evening Concrete! Besides the obstacles’ versatility and style, these obstacles have a beautiful smooth surface for buttery slides so the use of wax is optional. Steel wire reinforcement means the piece is more rigid and less likely to shatter after being dropped, compared to a purely concrete obstacle.
Good Evening Sorcerer’s Ledge:
- Good Evening’s first collaborative piece
- Design by Dynamic Fb
- Dimensions: 10″ x 3″ x 3″
- Steel wire reinforced
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