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01-30-2012 08:13 AM
therandmc Thanks! I'll make sure I have my bindings on right when I get home.
01-27-2012 02:34 PM
Riley212 Ways to tell which way is foreward:

Hold it so the writing ont he topsheet is facing rightways up, the top is thefront or "tip"

The antic has some setback, measure from each end to the binding inserts "holes", the longer end is the tip. you dont need a tape measure, anything you can grab and hold in two spots to compare will work.

if this is the model then

This end is the tip

this end is the tail
01-27-2012 01:53 PM
therandmc
Ride Antic "Rocker"

I Bought a Ride antic and this is my first season riding. The board is a ocker and I don't know what side I am supposed to have as the nose and what one is the tail. One end of the board has a larger bend radius and the other is more gradual. Help please.

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