Ridden bnice 155 cambered (very fun board for goofing around on), rider's choice 154.5, bpro 2cbtx 155, jame lynn phoenix c3 156iirc, and billygoat 159 split.
imho if ur riding a c3 might as well skip and get a fully cambered board....the c3 was ok but didn't have the positives of the cambered, i.e, pop and lock-on stability.
rider's choice/lady's choice c2btx (full mag) will offer lots of control and fairly playful
bpro 2cbtx (full mag) is a solid hotrod that is alot of fun but you have to be fairly aggressive...and its torsionally stiff ...it doesn't mind going transverse.
ime...billygoat c2btx (1/2 mag) will be the most aggressive of the class its fairly stiff flex (more than the bpro) but with a looser torsional flex. the result is that the goat will want to keep its nose in the fall line (doesn't like to go transverse like the bpro) and will eat up natural terrain but is is more surefooted than the bpro. If you learn to ride it aggressively it is a very fun and confident board...but if not it will take you for a ride.
....The three above boards are generally in the same class and very similar in size and profile. The differences are profile, flex stiffness and torsional stiffness. Perhaps the differences to the casual rider is that they all take you for a ride...but at an high advance/expert level you can definitely feel the differences. These three are fine on groomers, packed and up to about 12" of medium pnw poo. Anyway the board of choice at Baker for aggressive women is the bpro (solids and splitties)....however have also seen a hand full of gals on billygoats (both solids and splitties)
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Last edited by wrathfuldeity; 09-06-2014 at 04:53 PM.