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Liiberty or Whitetail for beginning park rider

Hey, just wondering what you guys thought about Liberty or Whitetail's park features for someone who was just starting to get a feel for rails and jumps. Which do you think is more fun/ better to progress on?
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Hey, just wondering what you guys thought about Liberty or Whitetail's park features for someone who was just starting to get a feel for rails and jumps. Which do you think is more fun/ better to progress on?
Liberty has a nice setup on the east side terrain park right now. Lots of small jumps with a lip that'll send you. In the west side park there's a giant butter box to practice your 50/50 on and a hip jump that I may actually make love too. All great stuff for learning.

Whitetail actually has a beginner park but because it's right off of a green trail it's loaded with tools. Not to mention they groom like an epileptic drunken monkey. I should also add that's there is STILL a fucking NAIL sticking out of their flat down box. Whitetail has so much potential but it's another giant fail because they refuse to bring on a decent park manager. 90% of their park crew cant and wont hit any of their own features.

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