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Skateboarding gang who film themselves veering across double lanes on busy roads defend their stupidly reckless stunts - saying they’re ‘world class’ riders Downhill skateboarders are risking their lives by riding across double lanes   Team Leave Me post videos regularly to Facebook showing downhill stunts However locals said it is both illegal and dangerous and want to see it stopped Some said they would be happy to see a skate park made just for downhill 

By Adam Mccleery For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 06:05 GMT, 18 November 2019 | Updated: 06:06 GMT, 18 November 2019

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A  skateboarding group who have filmed themselves putting their lives in danger by crossing busy roads in front of cars have defended their actions. 

Skateboarding group, Team Leave Me, from Adelaide regularly post videos of their reckless downhill stunts.

But locals have slammed their actions as dangerous and want them to stop. 

In the videos the riders are seen coming within metres of cars as they turn corners or losing control in the middle of the road.

They perform some of their stunts on Corkscrew Road at Montacute, which are notoriously dangerous.

Skateboarding group, Team Leave Me , from Adelaide regularly post videos of their reckless downhill stunts (pictured)

Skateboarding group, Team Leave Me , from Adelaide regularly post videos of their reckless downhill stunts (pictured)

Adelaide locals said they feel the actions of the group are dangerous and would prefer to see a downhill skate park installed to stop them from using public roads (pictured)

Adelaide locals said they feel the actions of the group are dangerous and would prefer to see a

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