2. The Unit – Greenville, North Carolina
Size: 15,000 sq. ft.
No public sessions
We hate to say it, but the number two spot on this list goes to a place you will probably never get the chance to ride. Ryan Nyquist’s private ramp warehouse in Greenville is one of the favorite parks amongst the pros but it isn’t open to the public. If you befriend a local, there’s a good chance you may be able to work your way into a session, but don’t expect to be show up randomly, slap down a ten spot, and start shredding.
With everything from bowled corners, spines, hips, box jumps, and curved wallrides, the place is pretty much a concrete park made out of wood. If a pro that has been in the game for more than a decade decides to build a private, indoor riding spot for him and his friends, you can bet it’s going to be awesome. Ryan Nyquist spared no expenses when building this dream setup, then just recently moved across the country to be closer to his family leaving the keys to The Unit with his friends in “Pro Town.”
Photo by Jordan Vilonna.