the Bias in the First round of Reviews



  • So, there is going to be a big bias in the first round of reviews "in the wild" of this board and until it starts shipping and we know what tire pressure the board is riding at, you really can't know how smooth, or how fast it accelerates bla bla bla vs v1. Because if you change tire pressure from 12-20 it massively changes the apparence anyway of those ride conditions. So, we really need to know the compartitive tire pressure to know what this thing is really made of....

    And the countdown to march starts...... uhhhhh Now



  • @Aaron-Broward-FL The fact that anyone rides below 22 psi is incredible to me.



  • @sidebox

    What do you mean by: is incredible to me!

    What pressure do you have in your tire?
    Have you ever try more than 22 psi? What is the feeling?

    Norm.



  • @Norm I ride at 22 psi. The tire is rock hard. I get a ton of speed. That's my number one priority. I enjoy riding fast. I guess others just have different priorities.

    I don't ride off road at all. Just city street riding. I need all the speed I can get to avoid cars whenever I can. I have to be a little more careful that my back foot doesn't slide off when I hit decent bumps. I'm looking forward to the contoured foot pads to help with this aspect.



  • @sidebox said in the Bias in the First round of Reviews:

    @Aaron-Broward-FL The fact that anyone rides below 22 psi is incredible to me.

    I ride like 15-16ish. Why such a hard tire @sidebox ? I'm already losing traction in the dirt at 15.



  • @jeffmccosker I would be screwed off-road. I am in NYC, so there isn't much dirt for me to ride in. All asphalt here. The plus is that I get good speed and mileage. I consider myself an advanced rider, but the few times I have occasion to ride in a field I feel like a beginner..


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