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New Albany Riverfront

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First off, this is a bike/skate park. Why am I including this? One, it's a good place to hone your technical skills: jumps and half pipes keep in interesting and old school bmx. Second, it's fun to mess around for an hour or so. You can continue east down riverfront road for about two miles until you hit the curve near E. 18th street. There's a steel barrier you can hope over on your right and a somewhat hidden singletrack that takes you to Hobo Trails. See hobo trails for directions (either in Indiana or Kentucky)
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Trail Directions
From Louisville, take I-64 west across the Sherman Minton Bridge. Take the first exit in Indiana (that's New Albany). Take the first right, which is next to the New Albany Public Library. Go straight through two lights (south) until you reach Main Street. Take a right and continue for about a mile until you see a fire house on the left. Take the next road left (it's between the firehouse and a liquor store) and continue for 1/4 mile to the stop. Take a left (on the right is the Recycling Center) and continue on riverfront road for 1 mile until you go directly underneath the Sherman Minton Bridge. The bike/skate park is to your left. Plenty of parking.
Trail Length
half-pipes, ramps, rails, platforms
Trail Level
Trails for all skill levels
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Review Date
August 6, 2002

Overall Rating
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Reviewed by: Lucky Red , from Louisville

Do not go here. It is stupid. Not even an interesting skate park.

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harry2110 (11/23/2008)
The hobo trail is now blocked off by trees
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