Riverside IA Skatepark
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Riverside IA Skatepark Hot


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City Cedar Rapids
State Iowa
Country United States
Continent North America

ADDRESS: 1401-1509 A St SW, Cedar Rapids, IA 52404, USA What: Riverside Skatepark consists of metal ramps (two quarter pipes, a quarter pipe with a bank in the middle, a small launch ramp, a spine ramp, a tabletop with a rail, a low funbox, and a miniramp configuration of a 4 foot mini ramp backed up to a 6 foot mini ramp connected with a spine off to the side). There is a nice bank that runs around part of the fence with a hip. Stairs with two small handrails and a larger handrail have been placed near the outer edge (in the bank). A low, square flat-bar lies behind the miniramps. There's also two drink machines and a drinking fountain. Restrooms are nearby. There are lights (which can be controlled by those who use the park until a little before 10:00pm). The park opens in the early morning, and closes at around 10pm (when the lights shut off). Riding surface is metal and concrete. It is FREE. Good: Free, outdoors, no pads, lights (in summer), smooth ramps, fun mini ramp contraption, Mobbed Mafia stomping grounds. Bad: Lights off at 10pm, small/repetitive ramps, lots of wasted space, stinky. Pads: None. Directions: Next to a large factory (the one with the steam-stacks). Look for a large clock-tower in the Czech Village - it's easy to find from there.

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10

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