Update — July 2012: The city removed the fat flat rails. Thanks to Matt for the tip.
Spot: Conveniently positioned right next to the security window, are two pyramids extending out of the ground. They are both steep enough to the point where a flip trick is borderline-impossible, so you will need to either get your pop up, or figure out some fancy, artistic, creative way of utilizing the spot.
Across the street, is a fat, two-foot-high flatbar that runs across a grate in the ground for five feet.
Bust — ♦♦♦♦ / Very Likely: You need to come here at night in order to minimize chances of being spotted by security, but otherwise, your time here depends on sheer luck. You won’t get kicked out of the flat rail across the street.
Location: 44th Drive and Hunter Street in Long Island City. Take the E or V to 23rd Street – Ely Avenue. Skate north on 23rd Street for half a block, make a right on 44th Drive, and skate west for one block. The spot is on the east side of the street.
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