Is it better to have one board that can do it all pretty well or to have multiple boards designed to handle one aspect of riding super well?
Well here is how I would answer this question....
I believe that many people have really been underestimating the importance of getting to know your board. I have seen people flying through decks, wheels, trucks, bushings... you name it! They run through these components at a break neck speed in an attempt to find the perfect board with the hottest new products and the top of the line materials. Who can blame them though, if every new item that comes out claims to be the latest and greatest at what it does, then why not get that new product?
|Can one board do it all?
|My personal weapon of choice is the Bhangra
|Board Set Up for Downhill Specifically
What do you think? A Quiver? Or One Board to Rule them All?