|Deck Construction:||Traditional 7-Ply Construction|
|Truck Options:||Road Rider 180mm Trucks|
|Wheel Options:||Road Rider 65mm 78a Wheels|
|Bearings:||Bullet ABEC 3 Bearings|
|Grip Options:||Clear Grip|
|Truck Mount Style:||Drop Through|
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Q:are the wheels good? will i be able to go fast on this? which is better,this or the sector 9 lennox?
A:Yeah the Road Rider are good wheels they will alloy you to go fast and have a smooth ride. You are going to do the same with both boards the only difference is the Lennox has a tail on it.
A:the wheels are alright, try not to ride on to rough of a road it'll eat up those wheels.your pretty safe up to 70mm anything bigger can give you wheel bite
Q:what is this longboard good for?
A:This board is good for cruising, downhill, and sliding.
A:Its good for downhill riding, hard turns, sliding and being fly.
Q:am I able to slide on this long board?
A:This board isn't exactly designed to get its slide on, you could slide it but it wouldn't be as fun / safe as some other longboards that have better concave designed to slide.
Q:Is this board good for a nine year old boy that likes to do sharp turns?
A:This would be a great option for a younger guy trying to get his carve on. Seeing that it isn't too long, it won't be difficult to maneuver it. The shape of the board (the tapered tail and nose) are designed that way so that very sharp turns can be made without the wheels contacting the bottom of the board. This would be a great entry level board for someone trying to get their skateboard legs under them!