Ride Agenda - 2011

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The Ride Agenda is a good first-time buyer’s snowboard; this board has been built specifically for those beginners looking to venture into the park. A solid construction, soft flex and Ride’s new LowRize Rocker mean that this board will not only be a forgiving ride but will survive a good thrashing from sliding on boxes and rails.

Manufacturer's Description:

The Agenda snowboard offers high-end performance and the latest in rocker shaping with Ride’s LowRize Rocker. Offering the best freestyle value all around, it’s hard to pass up this smooth twin Ride.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for rail riding Low cost snowboard Rocker construction Twin shape

Year: 2011

Available Lengths (cm):
142, 147, 152, 156, 159

Riding Style: Beginner

Specifications:

LowRize Rocker
Ptex Sidewall
Thin Con construction
Foundation Tuned Core
Biaxial Glass laminates
Fusion 1500 Base
Centered stance
FLEX 5/10

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chiristofer on November 02, 2010 at 09:36 PM

hey! can I have the 152 size agenda its says 45-68 kg recmendation but I weight 72-74 kg.

But the 156 is 55-80kg

But i ride rails so i wanna have a soft flex for presses and i belive the 156 is gonna be stiff for presses. and im looking on plz answer.

Rich Ewbank on November 03, 2010 at 08:09 PM

Hi Christofer,

Have you considered looking at other snowboards in te Ride range? The Ride Kink or Ride Crush would be much better suited to presses and park riding. You’ll also be able to ride it shorter.

Rich

christofer on November 03, 2010 at 08:15 PM

yeah ride looks good:)

yeah I have wondering about ride kink. But I dont have so much money to the kink so the ride agenda 2011 suits my money so can you answer about my question I posted before? that would be so nice, hope you have time to read this agian:)

Rich Ewbank on November 03, 2010 at 09:43 PM

I wouldn’t suggest you buy a snowboard that you are too heavy for. If you want to ride a short snowboard, you want to make sure it’s built to be ridden short. It might be ok, it might not be. It will certainly be soft, but if you break it, it won’t have been a cheap board.

christofer on November 04, 2010 at 01:09 AM

Ok thanks for your tips, but I maybe by the agenda,im not sure yet.

Erik on November 23, 2010 at 08:03 PM

Hi, I want to buy my first snowboard and I read the review above. I think this is a good board for a beginning snowboarder. I’m 1m84 and 69 kg, is the 156 size the best size for me? Or should I get another board. Is this board better than e.g. the Burton Clash? grtz erik

Rich Ewbank on November 24, 2010 at 09:43 AM

Hi Erik,

To answer your questions:

1) Yes the 156 would be the right size for you.

2) Yeah the Clash and Agenda are pretty similar boards. They both have a rocker profile, biaxial glass and an extruded base. However, although I think you will probably progress slightly quicker through the learning turns stage on the Burton Clash, I think the EZ V-rocker profile won’t be as stable on a flat base as the Agenda’s Low Rise rocker so the Agenda will probably be better when you start going a bit faster.

Essentiallly they are very similar, but I think the Agenda might last you a little longer once you’ve mastered turning.

Rich

Erik on November 24, 2010 at 05:04 PM

Hi, thank you very much for all your tips!! grtz erik

Jon on November 25, 2010 at 10:08 PM

hey i’m looking to buy my first board. from what i’ve read and heard i think im lookin at either the kink or the agenda series. it would just be for general riding. not good enough for anything crazy yet. any recommendations?

--------- on December 04, 2010 at 06:00 PM

Is this good board for also experienced riders?

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