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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 02-25-2011, 08:49 PM Thread Starter
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Help with Beveling

I just got my Flow Verve and I'm taking it out tomorrow, I'm gonna have a shop bevel it tonight. I have been reading about this on the forums for awhile now and I'm just still not sure what I angles I should go with. I like to ride the whole mountain but I spend most of my time in the park. I like doing both jumps (small ones for now, but working my way up) and jibs (Boxes for now, working up to rails) What degree bevel would be best for me? From what I have read I'm thinking a 2 degree base and 0 degree side. Does that sound good?
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I think a 2 degree base/88 degree side bevel would work well for your type of riding.
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