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New york city and central park rails.
ok so i just moved to new york a couple fo weeks ago. if anyone who lives here wwants to jib this winter, let me know causse im really amped for some urban. and does anyine know where there are anygood rails in central park. any good DFD'S ?
jea i would love to, only a 40 min train ride!
good luck...NYPD is all over central...
...but I dont know from experience...just what Ive seen from daylight time spent in Central Park.
ok cool dude. i went into the park yesterday and found a small down rail that looked smooth. exceot it was aq little short. i think im gonna go ona rail scouting mission
during the huge storm there last year they got 26 inches, and ppl were skiing in central park
Yea, the skiing downhill and on grass they are cool with. But some boarders I know went to set up a rail, and they got told to pack up.
steele, and john mcmurray hit up some NYC rails a while ago
winndeburlo (formerly NMassault)
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yeah those were way up in the bronx though. and theyre hard to find
try union square park. when theres a huge storm (ie last year) no one is around from the middle of the storm till at least a couple of hours after it stops snowing. remember its nyc, there will be rails everywhere. if your really serious then theres a rail on the way down to the N train downtown in union square that i pass by everyday and wish someone would hit it.
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cops tell you to pack up everywhere, and I'd def be down to hit some urban later this winter, there are so many sick rails in the hospital district,
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i've never seen any footage from some NYC urban... anybody have some?
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