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Im going to be moving down to San Diego after the summer and will be mostly riding at Big Bear. What are some suggestions for a good jib board that can handle some of the jumps they have. Will be doing like 95% park that whole mountain is pretty much a terrain park.
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Im going to be moving down to San Diego after the summer and will be mostly riding at Big Bear. What are some suggestions for a good jib board that can handle some of the jumps they have. Will be doing like 95% park that whole mountain is pretty much a terrain park.
Echelon Rounds. Echelon is based out of Big Bear, and that board is sick. I own one and I love it. I also have a Capita Ultrafear, and it's definitely a good enough all around park board for Bear.
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Im going to be moving down to San Diego after the summer and will be mostly riding at Big Bear. What are some suggestions for a good jib board that can handle some of the jumps they have. Will be doing like 95% park that whole mountain is pretty much a terrain park.
I knew it was only a matter of time until we could talk to God on the internet! I bet you have a big ass plan with like unlimited terrabytes, you prob get heaps of spam too with all those disciple freaks n that.
Anyway man, good to finally speak to you on the net, btw do you have facebook?
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I knew it was only a matter of time until we could talk to God on the internet! I bet you have a big ass plan with like unlimited terrabytes, you prob get heaps of spam too with all those disciple freaks n that.
Anyway man, good to finally speak to you on the net, btw do you have facebook?
haha what a crack up.
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Signal Rocker Light. Also local. Echelon is a rad company too though. Either will kill Bear so take your pick.

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I knew it was only a matter of time until we could talk to God on the internet! I bet you have a big ass plan with like unlimited terrabytes, you prob get heaps of spam too with all those disciple freaks n that.
Anyway man, good to finally speak to you on the net, btw do you have facebook?
Dude, you're all wet. He was going for "Dog" but is dyslexic. Just saying...
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Dude, you're all wet. He was going for "Dog" but is dyslexic. Just saying...
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What are you looking to do? mostly jibbing and pressing or stomping some big jumps.. a mid stiff board will do both for you well.. whats your budget look like?
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Echelon Rounds looks great i've never heard of it before I like the graphic as well. Signal park lite also looks nice. What about a softer cambered stick?.. like the Technine Icon anybody ever ridden it? Don't know about Technine though, whenever I hear the name I think bad quiality and suburban white kids wearing 8XL polos.
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What are you looking to do? mostly jibbing and pressing or stomping some big jumps.. a mid stiff board will do both for you well.. whats your budget look like?
HA, big jumps at Bear. That's cute. I think they had like a 40ftr at the BIGGEST.

I found myself liking a bit stiffer board this year so ended up riding a 151 OG Flat mostly, but started out riding Bear and High mostly on a 152 Signal Park Flat. It's more than capable at anything the whole mountain can throw at you park wise, and since there really isn't much to do there other than park, its a great choice for Bear.

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