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Monthly Archives: February 2013

  • Longboard shapes

    Posted on February 24, 2013 by Ryan

    As you know there are a million longboard shapes out there. The most common longboard shapes are the pintail longboard, kicktail longboard, splittail longboard, drop through longboard, drop down longboard, and all the mini longboards. The pintail is the most popular shape followed by the kicktail then the splittail. Recently longboarders have been switching over to the drop throughs and drop down shapes to handle more extreme longboarding  because of the turning ability they have. The wheel chamber is cutout in the drop throughs allowing for more turning movement. The truck mounting area are also cut out so that the truck drops through the board hints thats why they call it a drop through.  Another great feature is that the drop throughs and drop down longboards are lower to ground for more control.

     

     

     


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  • Making your own longboarding spots.

    Posted on February 15, 2013 by Ryan

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    It's an amazing day, we have the weekend off and we are about 15 minutes into our awesome longboarding quest of spot searching. The 15 Minutes quickly turns into hours of driving and painful street light stopping and traffic. So we had to act fast to keep our sanity. We said screw this, if we cant find a spot we'll just make one our selves.

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    This post was posted in Longboard Photos, Random longboard articles

  • Doing to feeble at the bank ledges..

    Posted on February 10, 2013 by Ryan

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    This post was posted in Longboard Photos

  • The new video is coming out soon!

    Posted on February 1, 2013 by Ryan

    We just got done filming the new video " the beginning" It's going to be our first longboarding since we started Ehlers in 2010. It's long over due and we hope your going to enjoy it.

    Ryan Ehlers


    This post was posted in Questions and Answers

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