For the third installment of "Guess where I'm skateboarding..." we reached out to a local skate company that wanted to showcase a few locals shredding a fresh spot. Now, you might have to actually be "in the know" in order to get this spot (if you can't read, that is), but it's guaranteed to get your wheels turning once you get a chance to tear this place up on some urethane. It's full of ramps, rails, boxes, a newly renovated mini-ramp and even a few couches to chill on. If you can guess this week's spot, you'll get a sweet prize package from Boppo -- but that's only if can guess where we're bustin' these lines. Bonus points if you can name all the tricks.
See also: - Guess where I'm skateboarding next to a taxi-related locale to win local skate swag - Guess where I'm skateboarding in an east Denver suburb - Photos: Danny Cisneros sets unofficial world records for skateboarding...on his hands
To enter: Just like "Show and Tell" on Facebook, and comment down below with your guess for the location of the spot. Make sure you include an e-mail address (either in your profile or in the comment itself) so we can contact you if you're the winner. If you guess correctly, we'll hook you up with some fresh new gear from a local company.
By the way, we are always accepting submissions for new spots to showcase -- and new skaters to bust tricks on them. If you've got a suggestion, send submissions to Britt.Chester@Westword.com, and follow him on Twitter at @AwfullyBrittish.
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