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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-08-2010, 08:40 PM Thread Starter
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Burton's Progression Parks and Freestyle Centers?

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I really want to get into the park scene but i obviously have no idea where to start without killing myself haha does anyone know if one of these would be something to look into to help me start learning park?
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go to your local mountain. start hitting features. you may feel like your getting no where at first but it'll turn around.


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haha well my local mountain would be ober gatlinburg... lol, or a 5 hour drive to snowshoe.. I am going to Vail twice this season though, which is why i'm asking seeing as they have one
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HAHA that sucks man I used to ride and teach at ober. Ober isn't all that bad honestly just tiny. Thats why I moved to SLC this year
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The Burton Progression Parks are great places to start out and try new park features. They have ride-on rails and boxes that are low to the ground so you can learn to line up and hit features without worrying too much about taking a big spill. My daughter and I have ridden in a couple of them and they real confidence builders.
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