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What is the next step up from a Street Series?

Okay, I currently ride a GNU Street and is looking to get something a bit outside the park. What is the logical next step up in terms of progression ? Should I go the route of a Machete, DH, SL? Or will a park board like EVO do it for me? Also, I'm a huge fan of MTX and the next board should be able to have some of that kind of traction.
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Okay, I currently ride a GNU Street and is looking to get something a bit outside the park. What is the logical next step up in terms of progression ? Should I go the route of a Machete, DH, SL? Or will a park board like EVO do it for me? Also, I'm a huge fan of MTX and the next board should be able to have some of that kind of traction.
Gnu Riders Choice or Lib Tech TRS would probably be my suggestions. Both are C2BTX which is a very nice mix of rocker and camber and of course both have Magnetraction.
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Arbor Coda. Unless you still want super good park performance, then get the Westmark.

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