The new 2010 Ronix
Ibex Wakeboard has less rocker than any shape Parks Bonifay has ridden in the last ten years, but has way more total surface area than any other Ronix
deck. So instead of having that vertical snap with an abrupt 3-stage rocker, Parks has mellowed out his new ride with a faster, cleaner take off, and more stability on and off the water with a shape that is one inch wider in the tip ad tail with added glide requiring less effort to get speed. All the while, Ronix
engineers experimented with a more forgiving center variable rail, without loosing feel on the water. The 2010 Ronix
Ibex Wakeboard is still one of the strongest edging boards in the Ronix
lineup with increased effective edge into the wake from the new longer channels and wider cupped rails.
Mod Pour – this demanding alternative core is new for this year made from Ronix’s exclusive blend of carbon atoms
Directional R3 Technology – Ride the board the way it was intended to be ridden with the carbon maintaining the original rocker line.
Rocker and Base Features
Mellow 3-stage rocker
Center Variable Edge – A sharper rail and a softer bevel create a controlled accelerated edge transfer with a forgiving bottom design
Tip/Tail Variable Edge – A more vertical rail allows the end of the board to ride higher on the water and prevents the board from burying the edge on big cuts with a sharper bevel for quicker response into a turn.
Krypto cable – makes the sidewalls the strongest part of the board
Thin profile reduces swing weight
A clean bottom design - the board lands with more natural forward momentum