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What fun is life if you can't Bomb Hills?

i just got the pintail down under in australia and these Sector 9 long boards are great fun, a nice contrast to the regular short boards. No ramps, no tricks (not much), no flips, no kicks, just good old cruisin'. These longboards are great for bombing down a hill or just cruising along the board walk. the large wheels can absorb most bumps which make riding a shortboard difficult. For pure cruising, i would recommend the Pintail. The construction of these are stiffer than most long boards but this makes commuting a lot more fun, with just the right amount of flex. For serious hill bombing, check out the Cosmic series.
The best thing about long boards? nose riding, if you can't nose ride a wave, then do it on the pavement.
The worst thing about Sector 9? the construction is mediocre. i broke the tail on my pintail on the first day, and the screws are all different lengths. best to try them all out before buying.
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