rm3327375 last edited by
Always Shaking side to side. Alignment issue, or tire pressure issue? Carving is difficult, very square feel. Brand new XR, original tires. Thanks.
tomfoolery last edited by
@rm3327375 for me, shaking was normal for the first few miles. As my ankles got stronger and I tried different positions for my feet it settled down.
smeril24 last edited by
Just a noobie. Keep riding you will get better.
skyman88 last edited by
Check the tire pressure. Does it click or anything? If not, probably just your muscles that haven't developed yet if you don't normally skate or snowboard.
CapoDelToro last edited by
It’s you. Keep riding.
wheelrich last edited by
The ads mistakenly would have you believe that the board does everything for you. It does not. Keep riding and keep developing board control and board feel until it starts to become natural. For some of us it took longer, but if you keep at it, it will come.
jlk250 last edited by
I agree with what others said. It takes a while for your muscles to develop. For tire pressure, start with your weight in lbs divided by 10. So if 200 lbs, use 20 psi. Later when you have more experience, try higher and lower pressure to see what you like. I've seen people using anywhere between 7 and 45 psi. I used to use 36 psi until I changed to a different tire.
readysetawesome last edited by readysetawesome
a concave tail footpad (sold by FM and aftermarket) reduces the wobble a lot. When I go back to my original flat rear footpad now I feel very wobbly. But it would still be wobbly for a newb without the muscle memory, you have to develop that too.