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12-01-2012 09:20 PM
wvbms Good stuff guys... if things go as planned I'll be picking up a Reverb Rocker 157 this week. I'll return with a review within the next couple of weeks.
12-01-2012 03:36 PM
scotty100
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Originally Posted by NorthCoastRider View Post
Both the Agent Rocker and Reverb Rocker are all mountain boards with the Agent being stiffer and the Reverb being more damp.

If you want a stiffer board for hard charging get the Agent. If a more playful board is what you want to ride, get the Reverb.

I would guess the Mod Rocker is stiffer because it has 2 rods in the core instead of 1.

Rome
Is the reverb really more damp than the agent? I thought it was e other way round with the agent being stiffer and damper?
12-01-2012 02:50 PM
EatMyTracers I have a 2012 reverb rocker, which I think is the same as the 2013 other than graphic. I really like it, it has worked great for just using the mountain as the park like you said.
12-01-2012 02:09 PM
NorthCoastRider Groomers would be no prob. The Reverb holds an edge as well as a full camber board but is easier to ride at slower speeds. I mostly ride trees and dork around on the edge of the groomed trail.
11-29-2012 11:26 PM
wvbms
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Originally Posted by NorthCoastRider View Post
Both the Agent Rocker and Reverb Rocker are all mountain boards with the Agent being stiffer and the Reverb being more damp.

If you want a stiffer board for hard charging get the Agent. If a more playful board is what you want to ride, get the Reverb.

I would guess the Mod Rocker is stiffer because it has 2 rods in the core instead of 1.

Rome
Great, thanks. I'm leaning toward the Reverb. Will it hold an edge as well as the Agent on groomers? I'm thinking it will since they both have the QuickRip sidecut. I suspect the Reverb will have a little more chatter than the Agent in choppy snow, but I can live with that.

Still would like to hear some thoughts on the Jones Mtn Twin if anyone has ridden it.
11-29-2012 09:15 PM
NorthCoastRider Both the Agent Rocker and Reverb Rocker are all mountain boards with the Agent being stiffer and the Reverb being more damp.

If you want a stiffer board for hard charging get the Agent. If a more playful board is what you want to ride, get the Reverb.

I would guess the Mod Rocker is stiffer because it has 2 rods in the core instead of 1.

Rome
11-29-2012 08:16 AM
sheepstealer Keep an eye out for a 11-12 Mod. Thats what I did for my Mod Rocker this year.
11-29-2012 06:45 AM
ThunderChunky It's pretty stiff when it's new. It breaks in though. And it is surprisingly flexible even when it's new. It's stiff when you flex it suddenly, ollie, and softer when you flex it slowly, buttering. It also has it's flex spots. It is expensive though.
11-29-2012 02:52 AM
wvbms Yeah the Mod seems pretty awesome but it's a little out of my price range at the moment. I also read that it is stiffer than the Agent however... is this true?
11-28-2012 08:01 PM
ThunderChunky I'd say the Mod if you didn't say you want hybrid. With hybrid though I haven't heard a whole lot from Rome. Never ridden their hybrid.
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