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SuspiciousFishI was talking to a buddy about this and there seems to be a natural progression in longboarding. When you first get into it, you want to bomb all the biggest hills to get them under your belt. Then after a few bad falls, close calls, watching a friend get chewed up, you tend to back off a little and focus more on the fun chill aspect of longboarding. That is what I would suggest, just find some nice chill cruiser hills near your house and just enjoy being out there on your board, maybe get some new wheels and pony up for some Bones Swiss so you can float around.
LonelyI thought you lived in wisconsin
DirtYStylEYou can only slide the same hill so many times before it get boring. The skatepark has almost endless possibilities so its harder to get bored. I gave up downhill a long while ago but its always a blast to get it back out and rip some hills with some friends