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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-22-2011, 11:12 PM Thread Starter
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Ride Berzerker Vs Burton Barracuda

Anyone have any input on these 2 boards?
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I saw these reviews from Mr. Tidbit from the Ride forum. He rode both boards.

2012 Ride Berzerker Review - Ride Snowboards - Ride Nation Forum

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Well they are kinda different boards. The Berzerker is a crushing all mountain board and the Cuda is a tapered powder board, more like the Slackcountry.

So, powder board or all mountain powder board?

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I'm definitely looking for an all mountain board. Im an intermediate rider and will be riding groomers, powder, jumps, drops and some jibbing. Something that holds a solid edge while bombing the mountains. I'm 6'2 215lbs
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wont really be able to jib with either of the boards. it seems like never summer proto would be great for you.
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Meh, even the Proto isn't that fun to jib. You can boardslide a rail... but you can literally do that on anything that's a snowboard.

I would look at the Arbor Westmark or Coda, Flow Era or Drifter, Nitro Rook or Team Gullwing. First choice of all those are a little more park oriented but still capable on the mountain, the seconds are more mtn oriented but still capable in the park. And they all have great edgehold.

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I'll check all of those out soon. What about the ride machete or DH2?
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Pop rods make both of those a little annoying to press around on, but they are good jump boards.

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