hey guys i had jus beveled my edges on a regular camber board...now i as wondering how would u bevel the edges on a reverse camber board since the contact points on the board are differ. i do mostly ride park but i dont wanna bevel the edges to a point that i cant carve down the mountain or have no sense of control. so please people help me out here from one rider to another lol thanks ya
Do you ride a lot of rails? I find it's impossible to keep an edge on a park board. With regular use in the park you'll shear your edges and they will eventually need to be filed to keep them from getting catchy. Out here in the northeast where the slopes are really icy the only way around it is to have a park board that is aggressively detuned and an all mtn board that you keep fresh and away from the rails.
lol very true...i would have to go n get one of those tools to bevel right dont trust my self doing it free hand...for deturning i can just take a file on a 45 degree right where the bottom edge n side edge meet??
You can do the bevel yourself, you need to buy the proper file and guides though and they arent always cheap. Never attempt to do this free hand. If it's a jib board just ride it through the parking lot a few times
ok now i need some suggestions on how i should bevel my kink and my WWW rocker...should i but a 2.0 or 2.5 on either or and should i lightly deturn or aggressively deturn either or...please leave ya feed backs just need some ideas and some help thanks ya
also im ride in the north east pretty icy snow
Last edited by Sii315; 11-28-2010 at 09:59 PM.
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