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Offline rideflat43

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Re: Nor_Cal Flat Sessions
« Reply #15 on: June 23, 2020, 11:25:50 PM »
Yeah the valley is known for being hot from June-September with temps in
the 90's and 100's plus most days and that is why we have the night spots.
The bigger and better one is the Sycamore Valley Park courts(Lit until 10PM)
We just got done sweeping and blowing the courts,where they are really good
and we ride there from 6PM-9:30ish


It is currently 91 degrees in Danville and the valley..93 degrees in Livermore
and we are so use this spot and we have a schedule so we can ride during the
warm days.The critters walking around from the regional park and large hills
behind the park..especially the wild Turkeys and Bush Rabbits and the wind are
things we cannot control!
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Re: Nor_Cal Flat Sessions
« Reply #16 on: June 25, 2020, 08:03:10 PM »
Update on the SRV Valley Flatland scene..the first shipment of several has come into the
house and I was able to give OSG some new Dia-Tech hombre brakes with fiesta for his
front brakes..since the ones he has now are pretty worn.The idea is to have smaller parts
in the house to supply the SRV Flat Riders with parts when they need it and the second
order have been placed.OSG really needs back brakes too on his Hoffman Strowler that
he rides.Here is an idea of parts that will be in the house..ODI grips,Upper(Shorty) and
Lower Gyro Cables,Slic Cables,Dia-Tech Hombres Brakes with Fiesta,Seatposts and Pedals
along others like Tires,Tubes,Chains.


This will make sure that number one that the riders here will have the parts they need and
no needed trips to Clayton Bikes,which is the closest bmx shop here.This will first start
to build up the scene here and also be supportive of the flat riders.OSG and myself are
even talking about doing an zine again..if the scene grows here enough and we have
plenty of places to ride at.I have done this before and it has worked pretty well with
this.
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Re: Nor_Cal Flat Sessions
« Reply #17 on: June 30, 2020, 10:53:32 AM »
The Valley flatland update..
We rode  today at the Pleasanton
Roller hockey rink despite the high
winds.It has been very bad with these
high winds of 15-18 mph winds and to
the fact that it is impossible to ride in
such winds.

THE RINK IS USED OFF AND ON BY ROLLER HOCKEY PLAYERS!
7 MINUTES FROM OSG APARTMENT AND 14 MINUTES
FROM THE NOR-CAL FLATLAND HOUSE.ENDENTED A
BIT AND SURROUNDED BY FENCE AND OTHER THINGS..
THE WINDS ARE NOT SO BAD..EVEN BLOWING AT 16MPH
LIKE TODAY!  SEE PHOTOS DOWN BELOW!

By the way as this roller rink is the most Southern spot of
our many spots to ride and The Spot..the World Famous
Flatland riding Spot and St Isodore's Church spot are the
most Northern Flatland Spots..here in the Valley!
« Last Edit: June 30, 2020, 11:16:18 AM by rideflat43 »

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Re: Nor_Cal Flat Sessions
« Reply #18 on: June 30, 2020, 01:27:36 PM »
Nice spot, reminds me of mine and Teaks spot at the roller-hockey rink in Miami. Wind is a no go tho!
Dax (now in NYC)

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Re: Nor_Cal Flat Sessions
« Reply #19 on: June 30, 2020, 11:44:07 PM »
Yeah it is a little better today at 12 MPH and even that
is very hard to ride with..plus it is 92 degrees here and
we are going to ride the usual 7-10PM tonight..when it
is cooler and the winds will hopefully calm down!

We have no control over this weather and we have tons
of places to ride..but this weather is just Wacked! Wacked!
Wacked!

PHOTO BELOW IS ANOTHER ONE OF THE ARENA RIDING
SPOT THAT WE HAVE..OF THE EIGHT OR SO RIDING SPOTS!
« Last Edit: June 30, 2020, 11:49:22 PM by rideflat43 »