Wow I must have really wanted in here. How long ago did the format change requiring a new login?
Well, I'm impressed to see CWB on the forum sticking up for their product. Nice to see they care.
Right now I am pissed at the ipod repair guys.
I sent them three Ipods and never heard back. Sent them an e-mail, never heard back.
My RainX windshield wipers - one fell off today and was falling apart at the blade before that. It will be a few days before I get to the parts store and see what they will do.
Anyway, I am a skateboard hack that is glad to see a company taking an interest. Hopefully that interest is to say good things about their stuff and they are not hiding behind any name other than their own.
I look forward to some credible discussions in the future. I find the engineering of these boards interesting. Why, if you can ride a 2x4 - does the design appear to make such a big difference to various riders? Really the fact that it matters at all is amazing to me.
And since I bothered to log in. I started on a very light board which I lost. I now have a red and black one that is really too small for my 200lbs. (I'm not sure who made it) but most of the new stuff is 8 lbs. or so. Why? I'm never going to hit a rail, why would I want a skate that heavy?
Hittig 0 deg F tonight. It is nice to talk about boarding