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03-27-2014 08:20 PM
Harjim
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It's on the cheaper scale for park boards. Nice soft flex for jumps and rails, and jib. I launch 40+ booters with mine and don't wash out, think it's the flat base.

Just a good, cheap, soft park board. Any questions let me know. Iv got about 40+days on mine
Thanks for the advice. Ill look into this.
03-27-2014 04:46 PM
cannonsburger my friend used the ride agenda for park and he loved it
03-27-2014 04:45 PM
ICary It's on the cheaper scale for park boards. Nice soft flex for jumps and rails, and jib. I launch 40+ booters with mine and don't wash out, think it's the flat base.

Just a good, cheap, soft park board. Any questions let me know. Iv got about 40+days on mine
03-27-2014 09:52 AM
Harjim
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Look at the Ride Kink
Any particular reason why?
03-27-2014 09:18 AM
ICary Look at the Ride Kink
03-26-2014 10:48 PM
Harjim
How would a Ride Agenda be for an int/adv rider who wants to learn the park

I was looking for a snowboard that was all mountain and performed well in the park but I have decided to keep my NS SL 158 as my all mountain board since there's nothing wrong with it and get a cheaper park board that I can beat up a little. I'm 5' 11", 170-180 lbs. and a size 11 boot.

The Ride Agenda is being sold for $190 right now:

1. Is that a good board for an intermediate to advanced rider wants to learn jibs, rails, spins, etc?

2. is $190 a good deal for this board or could I get a lot better board for the money or by increasing by budget a little more?

I am open to any and all suggestions and I am not set on any particular board, it just seemed like this one might be a good choice.

Thanks for any help.

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