Most of the shots were shot way too tight (ie too zoomed in) you don't wanna cut off any of the rider in any given shot. Also there were too many senseless lifestyle shots:
-The building shots should have taken up half as much time or even not have been included
-The fist pan of the park through the fence was fine but far too long
-Classic "click in" shot, kind of over done but sometimes cool. You shot it a bit too wide and it looked awkward. The pan up to his face was also a little awkward feeling.
-Another building shot, not really needed and quite long.
-The shot of your friend making gestures to the camera cut him out of fame quite badly and was really corny anyways.
-Shot of the kid kicking around his skis...what's going on...
-The pan of the bridge was really choppy and even if it was smooth didn't show the viewer anything about the spot you're about to hit. Maybe a pan of the bridge from the ice below it would have been nice, showing how gnarly it would be to bail off it. And another thing i noticed was how big the tranny was, it was like a park rail. Typically the focus of urban is balls out craziness, you want to show your viewer the consequence of what you're doing. A tranny 6 inches below the rail is just monotonous, that stuff is for a resort park.
-The next couple of shots don't really have context and don't add to the story, I don't really understand what was going on with the shovel time lapse.
You could tell you guys were in over your head on that bridge and were really scared to fall off the other side, get comfortable with your ability before you go out and try urban. I'm not trying to make fun of you here, I'm just pointing out thinks that weren't the best so you can learn from them. Remember it's waaaaay easier to get a usable shot if you shoot wide. A good rule to live by is if the shot has anything noticeably wrong with regards to filming don't use it.
I also looked at "A Day in Paradise" and i gotta say I'm jealous of the snow that you've gotten. Just keep at it, watch a few edits from some other guys on here and try do take what they're doing in their videos as pointers for what to do in yours. You can set exposure which is better that a lot of people, just focus on composition.