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    Latest Woodward times and costs

    Monday through Saturday: Bike sessions at 7:30 to 10pm
    Sunday: Bike only 6 to 8pm
    As of February 1st, all sessions cost $12
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    guess they had to raise the price to pay the xcel bill

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    Not the Xcel bill, skinny jeans...
    This is what happens when you find a stranger in the Alps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hojiman
    Not the Xcel bill, skinny jeans...
    ya I bet those cost more now for 2010 as well!

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    You'd think they could save some money by TURNING DOWN THE HEAT in the place.

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    Tonight good?
    "its not how slack your head angle is, its how you ride the bike"

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    Heading there tonight.
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    Finally made it out last night. What a hoot! It took a little bit to get used to the flow and lines folks were taking then it was all good. Riders were good about letting my kid and I ride things together and at slower speeds but my kid picked up his riding pretty quickly. We will definately be going again at some point.

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    Ink,
    I was there as well last night. I saw 2 dads with kiddo's, one of the dad's had a Yeti DJ. I had a Yeti DJ as well but was solo. I chatted a little while with the other Yeti owner.

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    This has been my friday night activity for the last few weeks. The half-pipe closest to the entrance is my current arch nemesis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndecentExposure
    Ink,
    I was there as well last night. I saw 2 dads with kiddo's, one of the dad's had a Yeti DJ. I had a Yeti DJ as well but was solo. I chatted a little while with the other Yeti owner.

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    I was on an old Haro 24" bmx cruiser, chrome and rust while Kai was on the little black 16" DK General Lee.

    I asked if one yeti fella was IE but he said no so I guess the other yeti rider was you. Next time we go I will post here first to possibly meet up with others. I had another friend there on a blue Gary Fisher Mullet or something like that. It was his first time there also and he had a blast too. Seeing Jay E. boosting huge on the big halfpipe was the coolest thing I saw all night but overall the level of all the riders was very good.

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    I can only imagine most of the schmucks that post on woodward's website don't bother getting their mom to drop them off at the park. What is the vibe down there?

    seathumperssuck 12/08/2009 08:00 PM
    dude **** bikers all they do is sit in that ****ing corner by the stepup in their little gangs to make them feel cool. and skating is so much more tech. everyone learns how to ride a bike and wheelie and **** you try riding a skateboard. just riding it is hard to learn let alone try to ****ing ollie you seat humping queers

    thanks you and Skateboarding is what SKATEparks are for. thats all

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrontRanger
    I can only imagine most of the schmucks that post on woodward's website don't bother getting their mom to drop them off at the park. What is the vibe down there?
    It seems to be pretty much the same as most places - some jerks, some cool people. Bikes are by no means a small fraction of the user base during bike legal hours.

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    Also: Bring water.

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