Monday, October 23, 2006

The Pipe stands strong

We went to the public hearing for the new Saputo stadium and got confirmation that the pipe will not be and was never to be destroyed. At this event we also met the RIO representative and will soon set a meeting to see what will be required to have RIO support for the pipe. It's definitly looking good. Cheers to everyone who believed in us and supported the pipe.

Ca regarde bien et nous avons eu de bonnes nouvelles. La première étant que le Pipe ne sera pas détruit. Saputo nous a assuré qu'il n'est et n'a pas été question de démolir le Big-O. Nous avons aussi établi un contact avec la RIO et devrions les rencontrer d'ici peu pour établir le futur du Pipe et établir un plan. Merci à tous.

Keep signing the guestbook!!


Anonymous Jace Crawford said...


1:04 AM  
Anonymous LuCkyJ said...

Je suis bien content d'entendre ca ... donc ca confirme bien les plans que j'avais vu la semaine passée.

Continuer votre bon travail

12:43 PM  
Blogger phil shore. said...

save the big - o

landmark for skateboarders all around the world..

amazing place..

2:01 AM  
Blogger Parfonsk said...


10:00 PM  
Blogger Cyriac said...

Merci les gars de vous être mobilisé comme ça. Dès que possible je viens partager une session avec vous. Et ça va chier!!!

Keep on riding the Pipe!!!!!!!!!

7:22 AM  
Anonymous Antoine said...

Le pipe est chaud. Et il faut qu'il reste chaud

4:32 PM  
Anonymous been said...

save big o!!! last summer i had the chance to skate big O and i hope it stays open so i can go back and skate it again in the years to come

4:10 PM  
Anonymous Michael Guay said...

i'm keepin the faith that the big o gets saved, i haven't been back to montreal in years, hopefully when i do i can skate the big o and feel the vibes of some many wheels before me

2:37 AM  
Blogger James@Change said...

Congrats! Montreal would not be the same without.

8:48 PM  
Anonymous Hugo Caron said...

Bravo !!
Merci de ne pas
lacher le morceau.

9:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

je suis content d'entendre ca... je ne sais pas ou est le "guest book" mais je suporte le big o a fond

7:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Right on! Good work Marc, Barry and everyone else who kept the fight on!

Ian C

1:01 PM  
Blogger Brent Jordan said...

One of the few places I skated in the early 8o's that is still around. Lots of history and way to important to loose especially as skating is only now gaining acceptence. Keep up the great work!

10:29 PM  
Blogger Brent Jordan said...

One of the few places I skated in the early 80's that is still shredded today. To have had it torn down would have been the biggest mistake, lots of history and way to important to lose, especially as skating is only now gaining acceptance and how municipalities are now investing in building parks. Keep up the great work!

10:37 PM  
Blogger BIG MIKE said...

ahhh the big-o where do i start, well the pipe was the first place a was ever in a knive fight!!! yup was skating the pipe back in 88-89 when i was confronted by a group of young "locals" who told me they wanted my $$$ HA fat chance, after a few choice words and a little dance we each parted ways intact...ahhh the memories

5:53 PM  
Blogger marc said...

The Big O has to stay!period!
This place belongs to history and has to remain as canadian skatebord mecca.

4:51 AM  
Blogger davidsk8er7 said...

yo save the pipe au pire toute le monde ki fon du sk8 lo iron sasir dedans un peu avan la construction lollll moi jirai loll

4:28 PM  

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