Spot: Popularized by Mullet-Era Jason Dill’s Skate More part, the Fat Kid spot is probably the most frequented spot in Downtown Brooklyn.
There are three manual pads here, all curb height, but two are connected with a non-sensical, half-foot-high metal rail between the two. All of the manual pads are about ten-feet long depending on which angle you approach them from. Otherwise, there is a handful of hard-plastic benches, all with ends.
There may be rocks spread around, so you might need to kick some rocks out of your way before you can skate certain things.
Bust — ♦ / Rare: You should not get kicked out of here. Some kids from the projects across the street may stop by on Huffy bikes and try to flex on you, but they’re mostly, like, ten-years-old, so it is nothing to worry about.
Location: Gold Street and Concord Street. Take the F train to York Street, and skate east on York Street for two blocks until you hit Gold Street. Make a right on Gold Street, and skate south for three blocks until you hit Concord Street. The spot is on the left / east side of the street, behind the playground.
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