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01-26-2011 02:17 PM
noobie how much you think the board is worth thinking about sellling it.
01-26-2011 10:26 AM
Originally Posted by Listheeb21 View Post
Really stiff, great edgehold, initiates turns very easily, and can power through all kinds of crud.
It is a fast, stiff, freeride(ish) board. It would suck in the park (as Listheeb said) but it could boost 20' airs out of an icy pipe with ease. I said big boy pants because if you are not ready for that kind of ride, it could be a foolish purchase. You said that you had trouble with turning? Going with a longer stiffer Timeless is probably not for you then.
01-26-2011 02:21 AM
noobie big boy pants? is it that hard to ride. i had a little trouble with it turning. i think the size is a little to big for me its 156. just got a gnu chb 153. thanks
01-25-2011 06:59 PM
Listheeb21 That is my primary board, with Rome Arsenal bindings. Love it! It's a true directional camber board. Really stiff, great edgehold, initiates turns very easily, and can power through all kinds of crud. If you plan on messing around in the park a lot or doing a lot of jibbing, I'd look at a twin shaped board, but if will be doing mostly freeriding, that's a perfect board for you, even as a beginner (it was my first board and still my favorite).

Depending on if it's the right size, of course.
01-25-2011 03:38 PM
jgsqueak That is a Timeless from around 2003...put your big boy pants on if you are going to ride that thing...
01-25-2011 02:55 PM
ride tms series

can anyone tell me what year this ride tms is?

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