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    Skateparks?

    Anyone know of any good skateparks that are legal for bikes (besides Vans) in OC or LA area?

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    I have a good one here

    There is a civic center on the corner of paseo de valencia and alicia that is an open sk8 park. I have been meaning to go there and ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 360shuvit
    Anyone know of any good skateparks that are legal for bikes (besides Vans) in OC or LA area?
    CALIFORNIA
    Davis Public Skatepark
    Concrete, separate bike sessions. At community park in Davis.

    Name: FGO Skatepark
    Location: Address Not Available
    Pleasanton, CA
    Cost: Free.
    Bikes Allowed: Bikes OK when not crowded
    Description: Hips, grind box, small street course, outdoor, pads recommended.

    Long Beach (not built yet) Although this park (their second one) is not built yet, Long Beach is absolutely committed to planning for bikes in the park.

    Pacific Mini Park Skate Park
    Pacific High School
    Dean Drive East of Mills Road
    Ventura, CA 93001
    Phone: (805) 652-4550
    Park Description: Concrete facility, approximately 4,000 sq ft with ramps, steps, rails and other features.
    Park Rules:
    Helmets, elbow and knee pads required.
    Pads Required: Yes - Full Pads
    Hours of operation: 8am - Dark
    Bikes, blades, boards all allowed on a take turn basis.


    Piedmont Public Skatepark
    Piedmont, CA
    Separate bike sessions, concrete park.

    Santa Monica Skatepark (not built yet) Although the park is not built yet, Santa Monica is absolutely committed to planning for bikes in the park.

    Westpark Skate Park
    Harrison Street
    West of Ventura Ave.
    Ventura, CA 93001
    Phone: (805) 652-4550
    Park Description: Concrete facility, approximately 4,000 sq ft with ramps, steps, rails and other features.
    Park Rules:
    Helmets, elbow and knee pads required.
    Pads Required: Yes - Full Pads
    Hours of operation: 8am - Dark
    Bikes, blades, boards all allowed on a take turn basis.


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    Hawthorne - The Larry Guidi Skatepark

    Bikes are allowed there. It's packed on weeknites with high school kids. Best time to if you are on a bike is early morning on weekends.

    http://www.concretedisciples.com/cd_.../hawthorne.php
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    HollyWood Sports in Belflower, LA. It has a sweet jumping area and a race track. The street section feels old, but it's okay to ride. Just don't ride there on crowded days, like saturday and sunday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreeRiderFraser
    HollyWood Sports in Belflower, LA. It has a sweet jumping area and a race track. The street section feels old, but it's okay to ride. Just don't ride there on crowded days, like saturday and sunday.
    Did you take a BMX or a mtn bike?
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    btw,

    here is a list of SoCal skateparks in general. I don't know which ones allow bikes, but at least it's list to see what's around you and you can find out about bikes by calling the ones you're interested in:

    http://www.concretedisciples.com/cd_...california.php
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    Cool-blue Rhythm

    Quote Originally Posted by dirtpaws
    btw,

    here is a list of SoCal skateparks in general. I don't know which ones allow bikes, but at least it's list to see what's around you and you can find out about bikes by calling the ones you're interested in:

    http://www.concretedisciples.com/cd_...california.php
    I took a mtn bike. It was fun.

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