DESCRIPTION:

The 2018 Ride Agenda is a soft flexing board designed to give beginner and intermediate riders the best platform to progress their skills. The forgiving flex and hybrid camber profile make riding a breeze while giving you catch-free freedom to try new things. 

PRICE:

$405.99

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Key Features

Board Type: All Mountain

Camber Type: Twin Hybrid Rocker

Camber between the feet for power and response, rocker in the tip and tail for catch-free progression. The best of both worlds. 

Flex: Forgiving

A soft flex that presses with ease and is easy to manoeuvre.

Shape: Twin

Ride it forwards and backwards, this board is constructed the same tip to tail for equal regular and switch performance.

Core: Foundation Core

Tip to tail aspen wood for consistent flex and dependable durability.

Hybrid Glass - A combination of Triaxial and Biaxial give the perfect degree of flex and stiffness. The result is a board that better handles speed.

Base: Extruded

The industry standard extruded 1500 Ptex base material. Good wax absorbtion and easy to repair.

Additional Features:

Slimewalls - A RIDE exclusive, incorporating Urethane sidewall technology to absorb impact and make for a smoother ride. These are also the most durable sidewalls in snowboarding, meaning you can really thrash them, and they will hold their own.  

SIZE CHART 

Size Effective Edge (mm) Waist Width (mm) Sidecut Radius (m) Tip / Tail Width (mm) Setback (mm) Ref Stance (mm) Rider Weight (kg)
155cm 1190 247 9.8 / 7.3 / 9.8 294 / 294 0 559 57 - 80

 

  • Not sure which size to get? Check out our snowboard size chart here.
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