Ok bro heres what you gotta know:
First Off, the ramps are dope, but it takes a little getting used to, so id suggest going for around 2 days or more, becuase the first day you will prolly just get the feel for em maybe learn a few things, but the next day you can really start improving and so on.
Also, it does blow donkey dick, but a usasa or ussa membership is required, usasa is cheaper im pretty sure. The the other additional costs are just the ramp fee and the coaching fee. For the record, the coach who works there full time and my personal coach, ritchie mogan, is the fucking man. Ask anyone, hes coached Mike clarke all his skill form his younger years. Hes also tight with decker and liam downey, but hes just super chill.
As far as equipment goes, use old shit or your stuff from last season if your getting new gear, boots WILL get ruined, so find an old pair, and you will also need a life jacket, helmet, etc. They will give u more detailed info when you cal them or email or something.
BUt yeah the bottom line is it helps in the long run alot with air sense becuase they are so funky, basically if u can do it on the ramps you can do it on snow. Not to mention the baller ass trampolines that are amazing. but beware of Deb.......
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