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08-24-2011 02:19 PM
Nivek Actually the Berzerker is gonna be a smidge more playful in the tips than the DH2. Carbon array 5 vs. 3. If you're not riding park at all I would go for the Berzerker.
08-24-2011 10:46 AM
DrnknZag Both boards are pretty different. The Berzerker is Jake Blauvelt's directional backcountry assault stick with a real aggressive sidecut. The DH2 is an all amountain twin with tons of pop. If you're not doing a lot of aggressive riding, I'd say go with the DH2, as it's a bit more mellow and forgiving.
08-24-2011 03:55 AM
Ride Berzerker VS Ride DH2

Hey guys

I'm looking to buy a new board in the next few days. I'm 6'4" and 75 kg with a size US 14 boot. I will be headind to Japan in February to ride. There are two main boards I'm looking at these are a 165 Ride Berzerker wide and a 161 Ride DH2 wide. I don't do much park and I mainly just cruise the mountain. What are your guys thoughts on these two boards?


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