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03-09-2014 11:54 AM
Lembas
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Originally Posted by ICary View Post
If you somewhat liked your agenda, the Ride Kink is a softer park board, that has a similar shape. If you want more of a beefed up board. I love the Ride Buck-Up. It tackles everything on the mountain from urban features to 40+ Kickers, POW, anything. I love it and my kink.
Th you. Maybe you're right. I'd prefer something of Nitro may be. After my recently bought Nitro Anthem boots ))
03-09-2014 11:51 AM
Lembas
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Originally Posted by Wiredsport View Post
Hi Lembas,

Stoked that you are ready for a new board!

Soft (all biax) Flatrock (Rocker- Flat - Rocker) boards such as your Agenda tend to be the least energetic boards available. This is not due to excess weight (although that doesn't help) but rather to the fact that the board has no stored energy that is found in boards with weight accessible cambered sections (those essentially act as springs).

What is your foot size? What size Agenda do you have?
Foot 43 Eu, My board lenght 156 (but I feel it's long a bit)
03-07-2014 07:08 AM
ICary If you somewhat liked your agenda, the Ride Kink is a softer park board, that has a similar shape. If you want more of a beefed up board. I love the Ride Buck-Up. It tackles everything on the mountain from urban features to 40+ Kickers, POW, anything. I love it and my kink.
03-07-2014 07:01 AM
Wiredsport
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Originally Posted by Lembas View Post
Hi everyone.
I'd like to ask for advise. I ride for a couple of years. My first board is Ride Agenda. With it I understood that I prefer freestyle. But every trick goes hard on Agenda, even Ollie ! It's too heavy I think. Please say which board to choose next to improve freestyle skills. I Need a Park board. Weight 70 kg (150p). Thanks
Hi Lembas,

Stoked that you are ready for a new board!

Soft (all biax) Flatrock (Rocker- Flat - Rocker) boards such as your Agenda tend to be the least energetic boards available. This is not due to excess weight (although that doesn't help) but rather to the fact that the board has no stored energy that is found in boards with weight accessible cambered sections (those essentially act as springs).

What is your foot size? What size Agenda do you have?
03-06-2014 10:57 AM
Lembas
HELP to choose fs board

Hi everyone.
I'd like to ask for advise. I ride for a couple of years. My first board is Ride Agenda. With it I understood that I prefer freestyle. But every trick goes hard on Agenda, even Ollie ! It's too heavy I think. Please say which board to choose next to improve freestyle skills. I Need a Park board. Weight 70 kg (150p). Thanks

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