You better don't tell this bloke more about Shinn boards or you will be just another pimp.jumarcil wrote:Quick story; last spring I sold my NHP for those superb Raptor Pro LTD; Our local reseller had received these boards and they told me that it was the best in the chop. Pretty good board but my older NHP was better. Anyway, I sold my Raptor and after reading so much Hype abouth those shinn boards, I bought a supershinn. Been riding this board for the last 3 months. So far best TT I've ever owned. It is true that we don't see a lot of these boards on our spot but it is getting more and more popular.
Your kidding me right ?tswierkocki wrote:I haven't ridden a TT in 4 or 5 years but one of the biggest changes for TT's for me was introduction of the double concave bottom.
I remember reading a article that Underground thought the double concave parted the water when you landed.
What kind of pain and where in your knees?ed257 wrote:The other day I was boosting big (by my standards) all day long on my Epic 10 LTD and my new Monk. I could not believe it, but after kiting all day my knees felt fine. Normally they are sore and achy even the next day or so. I did not take any ibuprofen, aspirin or even glucosamine sulfate.
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