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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by old_boy View Post
    Waveyard in Arizona is in development. Looks high end / pricey.
    http://www.waveyard.com/
    Least they give a reasonable date to expect an opening. But the thing is there was supposed to be one down in Texas, but that i dont even know where its going i remember looking into it about 2 years ago. Then i saw about the Ron Jon surf park on one of the surpark builders sites and saw the projected date for their "phase1" and it should be done relatively soon. But as far as how expensive it is, i probably would only go for a couple days a year and that would be it just to do. Def a lil too pricey and out of the way for me. They also said they were going to build one up here in NY/NJ area on Randall's Island but that got shut down...

    http://www.surfparks.com/locations.php?l=randalsIsland

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by old_boy View Post
    Waveyard in Arizona is in development. Looks high end / pricey.
    http://www.waveyard.com/
    i think they are doing one in VB and then san diego right after tha Arizona waveyard is completed

  3. #13
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    there's a super sick one in japan. check out the videos on youtube. it barrels and its really powerful

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivan View Post
    there's a super sick one in japan. check out the videos on youtube. it barrels and its really powerful
    this is the one in japan, which was shut down last year:
    http://www.swellinfo.com/video/index.html?play=363

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    Quote Originally Posted by brandx View Post
    Nice for learning new tricks - but you know there will be a whole new breed that come out of this able to surf decent but not having a clue how to handle currents, or maybe even how to duck-dive, let alone proper etiquette in the lineup.
    Well, I wouldn't go as far as to say that, but definitely for learning new tricks. Cause its a guaranteed perfect wave for it. It'd still be fun and I would go occasionally, but not often.

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    Cool

    dude watching that is like surf porno

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by brandx View Post
    you know there will be a whole new breed that come out of this able to surf decent but not having a clue how to handle currents, or maybe even how to duck-dive, let alone proper etiquette in the lineup.
    someone watched north shore a few too many times...

    i think its like learning how to backflip a bmx bike or dirtbike into a foam pit

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    Yeah this ones closed now and the Gravis team were the last people to surf it.

    Just a little secret in about five years there will be one in OC, trust me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swellinfo View Post
    ron jon's site said - cost will be around 50-60 dollars for a 2 hour session in the pro pool (4-8ft world class surf - so they say).

    not cheap - would you guys pay 60 dollars for a sesh?
    man i dont think thats bad.. it said you get like 15 waves atleast.. i mean def not everyday but for a special occasion do it.. i feel like thats extremely reasonable these days.. also the begginer pool is only $30-35 for a 2 hour sesh and there still pumping 3-4 foot waves there which id still be happy with