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deuces99 01-07-2012 01:11 PM

Lakeridge / Dagmar conditions?
 
Yah i know these two "hills" are nothing to write home about but just looking to work on switch riding and some beginner terrain park stuff for couple hours.

Was at Lakeridge last week which had quite a few jumps and rails. Anyone know how dagmar's park is? Just looking for small jumps and boxes. Their website doesn't show any live run status'.

Death 02-06-2012 01:40 PM

A little late on the response, but Dagmar is definitely up an running smoothly, 2 parks with the biggest kicker being 35 feet and gives a fair amount of pop. Both parks are loaded with rails, boxes and other fun features.

jyuen 02-07-2012 09:17 PM

dagmar has nicer jumps and rails

lakeridge has easier features, they also have a half pipe

Death 02-08-2012 10:33 AM

It's nice to see some other local riders. My friend and I are always looking for some more guys to ride with or to carpool since we drive an hour west to get to Dagmar/Lakeridge.

CJR 02-08-2012 09:53 PM

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Originally Posted by Death (Post 480521)
It's nice to see some other local riders. My friend and I are always looking for some more guys to ride with or to carpool since we drive an hour west to get to Dagmar/Lakeridge.

In that case check out brimacombe, it's like 5-10 minutes up the 115 from the 401. I was there two weeks ago, park/runs are decent.

Death 02-09-2012 08:00 AM

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Originally Posted by CJR (Post 480907)
In that case check out brimacombe, it's like 5-10 minutes up the 115 from the 401. I was there two weeks ago, park/runs are decent.

I usually get a membership to Dagmar and Brimacombe, on nights after work I'd go to Kirby because the drive is cut in half but they didn't open their park until late January so I'm skipping it this year. Plus, everytime I'm at Brim I just wish I was at Dagmar instead, the jump line doesn't have built up landings at brim, send it 10 feet too big, welcome to flat. You ride there?

CJR 02-11-2012 01:40 PM

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Originally Posted by Death (Post 481018)
I usually get a membership to Dagmar and Brimacombe, on nights after work I'd go to Kirby because the drive is cut in half but they didn't open their park until late January so I'm skipping it this year. Plus, everytime I'm at Brim I just wish I was at Dagmar instead, the jump line doesn't have built up landings at brim, send it 10 feet too big, welcome to flat. You ride there?

Oh okay cool. Not often, only have been twice this season, usually up at blue, horseshoe or st louis these days.

KG29 02-11-2012 06:11 PM

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Originally Posted by deuces99 (Post 463066)
Yah i know these two "hills" are nothing to write home about but just looking to work on switch riding and some beginner terrain park stuff for couple hours.

Was at Lakeridge last week which had quite a few jumps and rails. Anyone know how dagmar's park is? Just looking for small jumps and boxes. Their website doesn't show any live run status'.

The Dagmar Park is very nice for a Beginner,have you also tried Kirby(aka) Brimacomb


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