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I just took the first one that came up...didn't shop.

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i am taking a trip up to cascade this weekend pumped probably spend some time in the dells too, but is cascade nice, im not that good i started end of last year been to wilmot a few times and alpine once all ive done is ride and hit a few little jumps can get 180s and decent air sometimes indys im looking on starting rails ive gotta boxes and some smaller flat bars, will i b alright at cascade?
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i am taking a trip up to cascade this weekend pumped probably spend some time in the dells too, but is cascade nice, im not that good i started end of last year been to wilmot a few times and alpine once all ive done is ride and hit a few little jumps can get 180s and decent air sometimes indys im looking on starting rails ive gotta boxes and some smaller flat bars, will i b alright at cascade?
Yeah you will be fine at Cascade. The right side (when looking up the mt. from the base) is less steep and more beginner friendly.
I was there in the middle of December and they only had a few beginner boxes set up which would be perfect for you to learn on. However, I heard they have improved their park greatly since then.

Have fun and be sure to get your riding down before you go hucking your meat in the park.
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