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Ride Machete Park Performance

Watsup people think i have chosen a board for this year in the '11 Ride Machete, all i have heard is great things through the research i have done the one thing i was a little sketchy on is how it performs in the park specifically on rails jibs and press's. Let me kno anything you have expierenced heard etc.
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it does have carbon in the tip and tail so its not a super damp rail board, and you'll have to work a little to bend it. The crush is the same board minus the carbon, so more damp less pop.

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The crush is the same board minus the carbon, so more damp less pop.
More damp? no. More laidback? Yes. And the Crush is more comparable to the Kink but with Membraine and Lowrize. The Crush rides very different than the Machete.

If you want something from Ride that rides the whole park well, ride on the larger end of you suggested size run in a Kink.

Otherwise check out the Parkstar, Swindle, Artifact Rocker, or Stairmaster

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