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"Built without permission, by skateboarders and later sanctioned by the city, Burnside is the preeminent example of action.... Like a magnifying glass in the sun, Burnside can witness a concentration of skill level unmatched anywhere. You can see crazy, crazy things there. Go, watch, learn, be humbled, excited and inspired. It is amazing."
- From Skate Oregon

Burnsideskatepark.org is dead (for now)

Tuesday, April 5
I had been working on a new site for our new web address, but due to some internal problems, it has been halted. Maybe in the future we will get it going on, but for now this will continue to be the home of Burnside's website.

I know there haven't been a lot of updates recently, but there really hasn't been a whole heck of a lot going on. I could write about how the park was wet due to rain but I don't think anybody really cares about that stuff. Coming near the end of April there will be a lot of new things to post concerning the Burnside bridgehead development. Also this summer there will be a lot more going on.

So keep checking back to see if there's been any new goings on at the park.

That's it. Go skate!

4/05/2005 11:29:00 AM :: ::
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