"Hey, i am doing a research project on longboard decks and it would be greatly appreciated if you could fill out this short survey, it will only take a minute.
here is the survey:
"Jonty try see if you can come tonite, because if u go ill have a better chance of being allowed out. Haha yeh they got security, ive only ever been when they're open though so i dunno how tight they are when they lock up."
"ayden you should come out with us youll find youll progress alot, since i started skating with leigh bow dani nick i progressed alot quicker than i expected its good to skate with ppl that will push you to try new things and really excell just get…"
where going up to Eagle and before you say no to urself, many of the guys i ride with now that first started at eagle didn't look anywhere near as solid as you and they managed it without any problems at all. its all a mind thing and once you've got pass that you'll sit back and think, "shit this is piss easy and so damn fun".
half of us will spend the day doing a certain section of eagle which is actually very easy and controllable. the good thing about that section is you can take it as slow as you want and its got a long flat section at the bottom where you can stop. when you think of eagle, you instantly think steep, long and turny, but in fact its divided into 3 short sections and the middle section is the safest and easiest. its only when you do the full 3 sections that it gets a bit faster.
the section you'd do is about as fast as linden with a mellow S bend in the middle. its a lot of fun and a great place to learn as there is always minimal to no traffic.
Anyway, the reason i'm keen to get you up there is cos you obviously have quit a bit of natural talent and you will learn very quickly once you start riding with us a little.
If you need a lift up there or whatever, one of us will most likely be able to help you out. just let me know.