BMX Rider in the Undercroft, Southbank Centre arts Complex

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BMX rider doing stunts in the Southbank Skate Space in the undercroft beneath the Queen Elizabeth Hall (QEH) by the river Thames, London.

The space is a world famous skateboarding venue covered in graffiti. It is used by skateboarders, BMX riders, street artists, and photographers.

Opened in 1967 and first used by skateboarders back in 1973, the Southbank undercroft is the world’s longest continually used skate spot.

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