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We are not asking for special treatment we are just asking for equal treatment -Accessbmx Everyday more and more so-called public skate parks are popping up all over the country The one thing is bicycles are not allowed This is not fair to the bicycle riders who ride the same things as the in liners and the skateboarders which are allowed into the skate parks I believe bicycles should be allowed in public skate parks To begin with bicycles are just another form of an extreme sport that should be allowed in to the public skate parks Some opposes from people would say that bicycles are more of a risk and cause more injuries and damage However BMX bicycles are known as an extreme sport which is a sport with a higher risk of injury So bicycles as well as skateboarders and in liners are classified as extreme sports athletes SPAUSA the skate park association of the untied states of America has been surveying parks for several years and have not come up with any evidence that bikes cause anymore wear and tear than skateboards and roller blades In addition some people discriminate against bicycle by neglecting the choice of a sport to the person who chooses to ride them When the city rejects the bicycle riders of a place to further improve their skills most kids see they are not wanted and choose a sport other than BMX Who are we as a society to have say in which sports are right and wrong By not allowing bicycles into public skate parks this is the message being sent out Bicycles are a bas sport and should not be allowed Active children should be appreciated for the athletes they are and given every opportunity to excel at their chosen sport Therefore letting BMX bicycles into public skate parks will give them that chance to excel
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