Rip, Roaring Fun

It’s not the highest point in the state. But, strap on a set of inline skates, jump on a skateboard or hit the saddle of your BMX bike and that 12-foot drop to the bottom of Central Skate Park Plaza – Bolingbrook, Illinois’ newest skatepark — looks downright scary. “You’d have to see the lay of it to understand,” says Mark Peterson, president of Midwest Sales Company, the distributor who sold the Solo Ramps system to the park district. “It …

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