Maybe, I didn't test ride the Squash.Maybe the Squash will suit you better?
Thanks!The ravine is a freestyle feel in a freeride shape, softer than you'd expect and poppy. The Speedway is freeride through and through.
The want factor is definitely high on it.From what I was told, the goal of the Speedway was to make a freeride board that anyone could ride, besides the obvious size limitations.
Even if I don't it would be cool to do a meet up. You can ride the Pencil if I still have itI have a brand new Super8 163 if you like to try. Will be going to Romme a couple of times this vinter.
I have a pair of Genesis X as well. Besides having awful toe straps I like the Genesis X.Let us know how the Tracer rides compared to the other boards you’ve had! Noone seems to have ridden it here.
BTW do you have other bindings than the XF? From my experience Fluxes have absolutely no shock absorption and this doesn’t help with your knees.
I did look at the Bataleon Carver but skipped past it. I watched Angrysnowboarder's review and it seemed like maybe it was too much for me.Seems like you've considered boards I'm also interrested in (Korua CR, Nidecker Tracer / Area, Amplid Pentaquark, Nitro Banker), and Im curious about your thoughts on the tracer as well. Did you ever considered Bataleon Carver?