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Spot Check: Well Fare Banks, Washington D.C.

written by Josh Dunn March 28, 2017

Deep in the heart of the District lies a spot of such renown that any core East Coast street skater has actually skated it or at least knows of its existence through video parts from years past. The Well Fare Banks are straight up skate park inspired architecture which features a granite banked wall sloping up to a perfect brick topped manny pad.   This construction also allows for endless expressions of creativity as the entire “coping” is buttered up for tastey slides or grinds of any kind while the flat top deck allows for the linking of dream lines.

Helping make America “Skate Again”

This spot is situated outside an actively inhabited building making this spot off limits during normal business hours. A successful session was had by the Bustin Crew mid day on a Sunday but know going into this strike mission that this is a limited resource that has potential to be heavily guarded.

Suggested Set-Up:

Deck: Craft Series 8.875 

Trucks: Caliber 8.5 Standard Raw/Satin Red

Wheels: Mini Logo 52mm Blue 

Bearings: Bustin Abec-9



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