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Ride Agenda Snowboard 2011

Ride Agenda Snowboard 2011: The Ride Agenda Snowboard offers high-end performance and the latest in rocker shaping with Ride’s LowRize™ technology. The best freestyle value all around, it’s hard to pass up this smooth twin ride.
Flex
Flex Rating: 5 (1 Soft – 10 Stiff)
4x4 inserts dial in your stance for the option that feels best. The Ride Agenda Snowboard is built for the beginning, all mountain/freestyle rider looking for a board to run through the groomers and one that will hold up through daily park sessions.
Construction and Core
All Ride boards feature Thin Construction with tapered tips and tails, reduced swing weight, enhanced tip flex and the sidewall runs past the effective edge. Biaxial glass is fun and forgiving and the Foundation core is tip to tail wood with proven durability that retains camber and flex.
Sidewalls, Edges and Base
The PTEX sidewall in the Ride Agenda Snowboard is durable and strong
Standard Rockwell 48C edges
The Fusion 1500 base is an industry standard, wax absorbing and easy to repair.
Shape and Rocker
With a true twin shape and nearly flat profile between the feet, the LowRize rocker begins at the extended blend zone to lift the contact points out of the snow just enough to give you the ultimate hook-free, smooth ride without sacrificing pop when hitting the park.

Specs

  • Terrain: All-Mountain, Freeride
    All-Mountain
    All-mountain snowboards are designed for exploring the whole mountain. They are your go-to for a snowboard that will do anything. They feel at home on groomers, powder, park runs and almost anything in between. The vast majority of snowboarders choose all-mountain boards for their great versatility. If you’re just getting started or unsure of exactly what you need, an all-mountain snowboard is a great choice.
    Freeride
    Freeride snowboards are designed for the rider that spends most of the day off groomed runs and in backcountry terrain. They typically have a stiffer flex and are ridden in longer sizes than freestyle snowboards. Freeride snowboards often feature a directional shape that is designed to perform optimally in one direction.
  • Ability Level: Beginner-Intermediate
    Beginner-Intermediate
    Someone who is new to the sport or working on linking smoother turns falls into this ability level. Typical beginner ski/snowboard qualities include: softer materials, narrower widths, and capped constructions. The idea is to create a ride that is easy to turn and very forgiving in case you become off balance or fall in the back seat. The addition of rocker in the tip and tail gives a catch-free feeling and shorter contact length when the ski/snowboard is flat on the snow, making it easier to turn.
  • Rocker Type: Rocker
    Rocker
    A rocker board side profile is the opposite of a camber board, with a smooth downward curvature to it and less edge contact length when the board is weighted. Rocker boards float well in powder and pivot more easily underfoot. They also tend to be less “hooky” at both tip and tail and better for landing spin maneuvers when you don’t quite have enough rotation.
  • Core/Laminates: Wood
  • Warranty: One Year Limited
Size (cm) 142 147 152 156 159
Effective Edge (mm) 1066 1117 1168 1193 1231
Tip Width (mm) 280 286 290 294 298
Waist Width (mm) 243 246 249 252 255
Tail Width (mm) 280 286 290 294 298
Sidecut Radius (m) 7.3 7.5 7.9 8.1 8.4
Stance Setback (mm) 19 20 21 21 22
Rider Weight (lbs) 70-120lbs 75-125lbs 100-150lbs 125-175lbs 130-180lbs
Width Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular
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