|Hyperlite team riders are GETTING IT DONE in Nor Cal. Troy Smith is Managing Bell Aqua, and putting in a bunch-o-rails. Read the eamil below and send him your responces. |
From: Troy Smith [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 01, 2008 9:01 AM
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Subject: Winching play park at Bell Acqua Lake
I am working on some new new and exciting rider areas at Bell Acqua Lake and need some feedback for all riders. If you know any additional riders please forward this email on and have them send their responses back to me (thanks for all your help). I am designing a winching play park that includes a multitude of rails and fun boxes. I want to know from you the following.
1) What type of rails do you like to hit using a winch?
2) How often do you use a winch for riding?
3) What amount of cost would you pay for a year membership to a winch play park?
4) As this park would be open to the public, what would you pay for a day pass to this type of park?
5) What type of wakeboad, wakeskate, or wakeskis do you ride? (please specify)
6) On a scale of 1 to 10 how interested would you be in a winching rail park?
If you have any additional comments or questions please feel free to ask and I will be happy to answer. Thank you for all of your time and help and have a wonderful 2008 season.
NorCal Hyperlite Team
Bell Acqua Lake Manager
USA Waterski Certified Coach
Stained Glass Watersports
3351 Duckhorn Drive APT 1316
Sacramento, CA 95834
|How long is the lake, how many winches, how long for the handle to be returned to the next rider? As good as it sounds, a cable park is really the only way I could see it taking off. |
1. people will get tired of running a cable back to the next rider
2. people will get tired of waiting for the handle to get back
3. One person at a time won't work too well unless it's a short run
4. If it's a short run they will need more cables to have acces to more rails/boxes