Ride Manic - 2011

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Intermediate snowboarders looking for a board that will allow them to ride the whole mountain from groomers to pow should look no further. Although initiating turns is effortless thanks to Ride’s Low Rize Rocker and a biaxial laminate this board definitely has the minerals for straight-lining groomers and bouncing down small drops and pillow lines thanks to the linear Carbon reinforcement.

Manufacturer's Description:

The new Manic snowboard offers high performance with a unique shape that will launch you to the next level in your Riding repertoire. Featuring Ride’s fun and versatile LowRize rocker shape and smooth riding 90A Slimewalls, the Manic will have you stoked on everything the mountain can muster.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for rail riding Recommended for freeride riding Medium cost snowboard Available in Wide Rocker construction Directional twin shape

Year: 2011

Available Lengths (cm):
152, 155, 158, 161, 154W, 157W, 160W, 164W

Riding Style: All Mountain

Specifications:

LowRize Rocker
Thin Con construction
90A Slimewalls
Foundation Tuned Core
Biaxial Glass laminates
Linear Carbon reinforcement
Fusion 1500 Base
¾” Setback
FLEX 6/10

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Snowboard Review:

I didn’t even realize that the Manic was one of Ride’s entry level boards until after I’d ridden it, you just wouldn’t think it! I took it all over the mountain, through pow, pipe, sticky & icy piste, kickers and even a few rock drops and it dealt confidently with the lot. Best of all, it was a fun board to ride and really forgiving, definitely a strong performer for the beginner/intermediate rider.

The directional shape gave the Manic a good feel when charging at high speeds and with the rocker profile, helped it to feel really stable, a lot of more entry level boards can be a bit too soft, the medium flex of the Manic was great for all types of riding. My one small criticism would be the switch handling, I do a lot of switch riding and I am constantly popping 180’s, I didn’t think the Manic handled as well ridden backwards. However, if you’re looking for a snowboard to help you progress all elements of your riding and you don’t ride switch much then this board would suit you well.

Posted by Mikee C in • Ride

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What colour is powder?

Ben on February 15, 2011 at 09:52 PM

This is my first board I bought and it’s a great board for a good price! I improved a lot with it aswell on the mountain as in the park. It feels good in every sitiuation.

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