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02-20-2008 11:30 AM
schmitty34 I beleive botht the Ride and Rome are more advanced than the CHB. My understanding is that the CHB is more of a beginner/intermediate board with more flex and a cheaper base.
02-20-2008 11:18 AM
Missed out on a GNU CHB

I missed out on a GNU CHB. I had spent loads of time looking into a new ride. Testing ect.

So now I find myself back to square one.

Would like to know peoples opinion between the Ride 2008 Decade wide 158 vs Rome 2007 Flag 157.

Basically want to know how advanced these boards are.

I spend most of my time on the mountain. I am 185 lbs, 5ft9" with size 11.5 feet. I am trying to move away from the cheap boards and invest in a good setup. Any advice before I invest my money in something really dull like bird watching.


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