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23 Sessions Later- A Closer Look

May 23rd, 2009 · No Reviews · Add a Review

“23 Sessions Later, The Freeriders Guide to Mountainboarding” takes freeride mountainboarding by the horns…

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Respect the Feet

April 14th, 2009 · No Reviews · Add a Review

The feet are what joins rider and board. In order to take care of that vital part of the body, mountainboarders have to pay attention to the kind of footwear they use…

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Mendixka Mountain Board Reviews

March 10th, 2009 · No Reviews · Add a Review

Mendixka (meaning ” hill ” in Basque) is an all-terrain model, benefiting from the effectiveness of its independent suspension, it swallows up any obstacles in its path, which it sticks to thanks to the exceptional grip of its tilting wheels.mendixka mountain board

Flexboardz’ solution for downhill or traction riding. Also available with a longer deck for higher speed or bigger riders.
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Mendi Mountain Board Reviews

March 10th, 2009 · No Reviews · Add a Review

Mendi (meaning ” mountain ” in Basque) is an all-terrain model, benefiting from the effectiveness of its independent suspension, it swallows up any obstacles in its path, which it sticks to due to the exceptional grip of its tilting wheels.

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Flexboardz’ solution for downhill or traction riding. Also available with a shorter deck for lighter riders.
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Karrika Mountain Board Reviews

March 10th, 2009 · No Reviews · Add a Review

karrika mountain board

The street surfing dream is still alive ! KARRIKA (meaning ” small street ” in Basque) is an all-round carver, ultra-light and easy to skate with. It is amazing on asphalt (even on poor quality surfaces) but it also loves to take shortcuts across the park. Our freeride option for street and everyday use.

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Haize Mountain Board Reviews

March 10th, 2009 · No Reviews · Add a Review

haize mountain board

Haize (meaning ” wind ” in Basque) is specifically designed for kiting (just like a kitesurf twin tip). Its unique ability to adjust the ride angle offers a more ergonomical stance (similar to that of a kiteboard) and a maximum amount of grip, therefore limiting downwind drift for better upwind riding and faster runs without speed wobble.

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Turf DeVille Mountain Board Reviews

March 4th, 2009 · No Reviews · Add a Review

turf deville mountain board

The Turf DeVille is excellent as a backcountry cruiser with plenty of clearance while the Double D is a more aggressive board, allowing tighter turns and greater ease for aerial tricks.

How are Turfboard all-mountain boards different from all-terrain boards?

You’ve probably seen our design elements, so we don’t have to mention the four-wheel independent suspension or the dual drum brake and so on that are unique to Turfboard. What we will say is that the Turfboard was designed to avoid the limitations of having to ride on groomed dirt tracks and specially made terrain parks. The truth is, we don’t have any friends who own a bulldozer. We wanted a board you could take “backcountry” and not worry about steepness of slope, long grass and weeds or moderate amounts of debris in your path. The Turfboard is built to go down the same hills and mountains you would otherwise snowboard on if there were snow. Without any doubt, the Turfboard can go where no all-terrain board dare try.

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Double D Mountain Board Reviews

March 4th, 2009 · No Reviews · Add a Review

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Most people find the Double D easier to learn on because of the lower center of gravity.

How are Turfboard all-mountain boards different from all-terrain boards?

You’ve probably seen our design elements, so we don’t have to mention the four-wheel independent suspension or the dual drum brake and so on that are unique to Turfboard. What we will say is that the Turfboard was designed to avoid the limitations of having to ride on groomed dirt tracks and specially made terrain parks. The truth is, we don’t have any friends who own a bulldozer. We wanted a board you could take “backcountry” and not worry about steepness of slope, long grass and weeds or moderate amounts of debris in your path. The Turfboard is built to go down the same hills and mountains you would otherwise snowboard on if there were snow. Without any doubt, the Turfboard can go where no all-terrain board dare try.

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2009 Tracker Kite Mountian Board Reviews

March 1st, 2009 · No Reviews · Add a Review

2009 flexifoil tracker landboard2009 Flexifoil Tracker

Specifically designed for kite landboarding, the new Flexifoil Tracker deck ideally suited to beginners or intermediate riders.

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2009 Hunter Kite Mountian Board Reviews

March 1st, 2009 · No Reviews · Add a Review

2009 flexifoil hunter landboard2009 Flexifoil Hunter

The Canadian maple Hunter deck incorporates four layers of tri-axial fibreglass, offering outstanding pop and shock absorption perfect for all demanding landboarders.

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