A year on from the opening jam and the crew at Decimal wanted to make their second year skate comp bigger and better than the last! Which was going to be tough as last years was something special to say the least. Luckily Gaz from Decimal had the helping hand from a lot of big sponsors to make the prize packs rather amazing and worth throwing yourself at every trick to be in a chance of winning. Food, good music and what was perfect weather made the Cirencester’s Annual Scratch N Skate something to remember.

Cirencester park is one of the best within Gloucestershire, which makes the level of skateboarding something else! People from all around turned up for the event, Bristol, Gloucester, Cheltenham to just name a few. For this year there was even a DJ hired out for the day to make sure that the music reflected the hyped up mood of the skateboarding. Like last year the riding was split into 16’s and under, then over 16’s. Even in the space of a year you can see the level of riding has increased massively, with a lot of the younger riders throwing themselves at tricks the older skaters aren’t trying!

Scratch N Skate 2015 Gallery

The jams were split into a selection of, best tricks, longest ollie, random skate games and not forgetting the race – Cirencester’s skate jam put on one hell of a show!! For those who didn’t make it here’s a selection of photos from the day and until next year Cirencester! Massive shout out to Gaz and the whole of the Decimal Fam for such an amazing day.