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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 02-18-2008, 09:39 PM
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How good is the Ride Delta MVMNT and Ride EX?

Hey guys,
I'm still having trouble picking out bindings so can you help me out some more. I just saw these and heard from some guys that they are sick. I just want more opinions. Thanks.
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Ride makes good bindings period. It just depends on what you want. If you are looking for more flexible freestyle bindings the alpha, delta etc. are great anything from the movement series. If you like freeriding/backcountry or just a lot of response go RX SPi, Cad. If you just want good bindings look towards the EX/LX. They are all good quality bindings.

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Ah, sorry for forgetting to stating what i'm looking for. I mainly do freeriding but I am looking to getting into freestyle. So what Ride binding would be all around? I heard the delta movement is mainly for parks but is really good for freeriding too, is this true?
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I think the Delta's would be fine for you. I ride the SPi's and I use them in the park a little bit (mostly for jumps etc.). The SPi's would probably be a little stiff for hitting rails and chilling in the park all day. If I was you I'd go Delta, Beta or any movement binding, RX, or any foundation binding (these are all Ride bindings, look at their website). Ride Snowboards 07/08 I was looking at Rome Targas but I was so happy with my last Ride bindings I was nervous about getting anything else despite the fact I have never heard anything bad about Rome bindings.

On another note my first pair of Ride bindings were 05's and a few weeks ago I snapped a tool-less adjuster off them. Ride replaced it and sent me another one for free despite the fact they were out of warranty for some time. They didn't even make me pay for shipping. Stand up company.

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Haha. I was previously thinking of Rome Targas. The only thing that kind of stopped me was the fact that people said that they weren't too good for the park. Then I saw the Rides on sale so I'm now thinking of those too.
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Well I held the Targas in my hand along with the brand new SPi's and I can tell you from just that short experience that the Targas felt more flexible with me twisting them in my hand than the SPi's. I felt the Deltas and they seemed a little bit softer or almost the same as the Targas. If you see a good deal on Targas don't hold back, I'm just giving you my experience with Ride bindings.

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The 390 from Rome is their more park oriented binding. It has more flex then targa. Very high quality. My friend has Ride RXs on his board too, very nice as well.
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I have three sets of ride bindings right now. some ride betas, ride deltas and ride Rx's.

the betas I have had a bit of a problem with, the deltas have been awesome and the Rxs as well. Rides customer service is TOP NOTCH. twice they have sent me replacement parts free of charge. once was when I lost a bolt and nut for my deltas, and once was for larger sized Rx straps. They suggested some adgjustments on my RXs and the adjustments made them fine but they sent the extra toe straps to me anyway.
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I have three sets of ride bindings right now. some ride betas, ride deltas and ride Rx's.

the betas I have had a bit of a problem with, the deltas have been awesome and the Rxs as well. Rides customer service is TOP NOTCH. twice they have sent me replacement parts free of charge. once was when I lost a bolt and nut for my deltas, and once was for larger sized Rx straps. They suggested some adgjustments on my RXs and the adjustments made them fine but they sent the extra toe straps to me anyway.
Hey are you Supergildo43 from Colorado4x4.org?

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