I know...ya'll are super stoked for me and I totally understand that.....however after 8 years off of a bike I now am going to be back on one. Some of you southeasters will recognize my new ride. Got it at such a steal I couldn't say no!
Indeed I do know about Kolo. Place seems a little pricey though for another $20 I can go to Beech. I wish they had a $5 two hour option. I can't see myself spending an entire day out there. I would love to go check out Billy Goats soon. It'll be a little while before I am back into hitting jump lines but I don't think it'll be too long. You should let me know next time you head out his way. Also, I am not in the bar business anymore.
I know...ya'll are super stoked for me and I totally understand that.....however after 8 years off of a bike I now am going to be back on one. Some of you southeasters will recognize my new ride. Got it at such a steal I couldn't say no! View attachment 114196
Ironically, I don't know of a single person off the top of my head who owns a Transition. I've ran into that secretive group of guys who ride everything on the down low and say little to nothing (like a band of gypsies) that mostly ride them.
Kolo wants to charge a lot of money and I'm with you...does not compute. They didn't even offer a free demo when I asked about the place, just $8 first time. What could be good enough to pay $8 on Patton Ave?
Billy Goat is your go to gravity shop. Matt & Charles are good guys.
Clealan's is really cool. Straight forward, no kickers, all step down stuff, short and sweet. You can hit them normal on a trail bike or try to BOOSH on a big rig. Nothing "jumpy". You've seen me jump. I suck on BMX lippy stuff.
Let me know if you head out there anytime soon for sure. I need to do give the transition a good once over since it is new to me.
On the Kolo Bike Park bookface page it says $19 for the full day......that is a lot to pay for what they have to offer right now. Maybe they are charging this much in anticipation of adding a LOT more stuff?