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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-19-2010, 10:43 AM
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Capita horroscope?

Anyone have any experience with this board? I'm thinkin about getting one this year. I ride alot of park and am in Ohio so i never really have any technical riding. i go out to vt about once a year and would the horroscope hold up as a all mountain board?
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-19-2010, 10:57 AM
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It's very, very soft, so while it may be fine in Ohio dicking around on jibs/jumps, depending on your riding style/skill it may not be the best in VT.

But at the same time, it obviously could be ridden in VT with no problems, and if I were you, I would pick a board that caters best to the majority of your riding. If the Horrorscope, or a similar board, works good for 95% of your riding in Ohio, don't buy another board just because you want something that works good in VT for the other 5% of your riding time.
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like the other guy said, extremly soft, flexiest board ive ever ridden haha.
i rode the flat kick version, and i liked it except for that it felt really hard to go from edge to edge, turning felt really hard.
If your just riding park it'l be fine, but its not really an all mountain board, look for something a little stiffer for all mountain.
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Definately not as soft as you think, yes its soft but it will manage. I have a park rocker and a Nitro sub zero now those are the softest boards I've ever riden. I also have an Indoor Survival which is slightly stiffer than the Horroscope, and oh yeah I ride in Jersey, Newyork and Vermont and yes it will handle the Ice.
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