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10-12-2011 08:13 PM
iKimshi
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Originally Posted by Nickx View Post
how do you like the board? I just bought it and am really excited to use it this season. how is it in the park? have you ever tried jibbing on it?
I love it so far. I'm on the east coast and it's perfect for the riding we have here. it does great in the park and jibbing is a blast. i have the 1st version but i don't think there's much of a difference in the newer one.
10-11-2011 03:12 PM
Nickx how do you like the board? I just bought it and am really excited to use it this season. how is it in the park? have you ever tried jibbing on it?
10-11-2011 12:44 PM
iKimshi
Never Summer Circuit-R

I have the Never Summer Circuit-R and ride on the East Coast. I ride the park mostly and cruise around on mountain but I haven't detuned my edges. Do I need to or should I just leave it for the icy conditions?

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