lecky94 wrote:Lovely looking board you have there but im after a square tail with 2+1 fins really. how heavy is to heavy? im 13st and this vulcan noserides sweet,yours is only 2inch shorter with the spoon under the nose, thought it would work fine..
Philshoz wrote:Don't ask the boss embarrassing questions.....
lecky94 wrote:I had a black and white 9'4 performance noserider same dims as this vulcan which i couldnt get the hang of noseriding on ,everytime i got to the nose the back end span out.. jumped on the vulcan hey presto solid noserides,tail stuck like glue..think it was down to the fat rails and the harder tail rail on the black and white that made it spinout , where as the vulcans rails are softly pinched ,plus the empire seems to have more weight in it,could be wrong though..
lecky94 wrote:Sorry feller..talking myself into keeping it at this rate
roberdy wrote:lecky94 wrote:Lovely looking board you have there but im after a square tail with 2+1 fins really. how heavy is to heavy? im 13st and this vulcan noserides sweet,yours is only 2inch shorter with the spoon under the nose, thought it would work fine..
15st 7lbs last check mate, might be technique fail but just cannae get that extra bit right onto the nose except for once when I got there by mistake but it was a nice head high left and we don't get many of them up here!
The Spoon is a really nice board though, I love the way it rides and it was one of the last boards Mark made last year. Bit of a wall hanger really but a board is made to be ridden I reckon. I used to have a 9'6 but it was heavily rockered and had minimal spoon under the nose so that wouldn't nose ride, I can get much closer to it on this thing but whenever I think I am set up just right and I go forwards the bloody thing just nose dives, not sure if I am nto getting the tail locked in right or what but it is doing my head in!
I thought maybe something a bit longer and heavier might do the trick better but who knows, I have watched so many longboarding DVDs and tried to emulate what I see but I am certainly not skinny Al Knost! I was watching more of CJ Nelson as he seems to have a less "twitchy" style than Al but can't seem to get the same successes.
Andy7 wrote:I thought you sold this weeks ago. I'd have bought it off you when you were in Cornwall if I'd known you still had it.
I am still interested but I'm off to the Maldives with a few mates next week. It's a bit of a sore subject at home so if a new board turned up while I'm away, I'm pretty sure it won't be in one piece when I get back. If you still have it when I am back, mid may, then I'll have it off you
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