Spotting the traffic for a safe skating session
Skate Slate, Katie Neilson and Patrick Switzer team up with Brock Newman and Will Smallwood at Capitol Hill for a very necessary Spotter Safety Video.
Please share this video and foremost keep the message: We should be responsible and make our best to guarantee ours and the people’s around us safety.
In Skate Slate’s words:
Spotting is important not only for keeping everyone safe and maintaining good community relations, but also for giving riders the peace of mind to freely push their limits. Always talk with your riding buddies before hitting the hill to make sure that everyone is on the same page and understands the signals that will be used. This is going to be a big year for the sport, with more people on the hills than ever before, so it’s important to exercise responsibility at every session.
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