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Old 02-02-2011, 04:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Board demos or performance rentals at Breckenridge?

Brought only my Ride Highlife to Summit County for the week and am itching to grab a park board for a day at Breck. Do any shops in the area do demos or rentals for a decent price?
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prepare to be ass raped but just about every shop does demos
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^^That bad, huh?
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tourist prices man 45 plus bucks a day
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Crappy prices is why I didn't demo any boards on my last trip. When airlines started charging $25 per flight to check ski bags, the pro shops realized they could raise their prices because it now costs $50 to bring your own gear with you if you fly in (unless you fly southwest)
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^^Which is exactly why I fly Southwest.

The buddy I'm riding with has a Colorado Pass, would any shops offer a discount with the pass?
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No but they might laugh if you ask for one because of it.
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Everybody and their grandmom has one type of Vail Resorts pass or another. Even I had one in 2009-2010 and I live in Georgia!

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^^Which is exactly why I fly Southwest.

The buddy I'm riding with has a Colorado Pass, would any shops offer a discount with the pass?
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