EVERYTHING YOU SHOULD
Alright, you got yourself a Freebord, that’s great! That means there is something strange about you to say the least. So, what now? First of all welcome to a new world full of possibilities and people like you. Now it’s time to get your shred on! Check this page to find out the rest.
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ASSEMBLY & TUNING
Always give your Freebord a safety check before you ride. Check for wear and tear on the wheels, deck, trucks and bindings. Check all nuts and bolts to make sure they are tight (including wheel and kingpin nuts). Every rider is different and how you tune your board will have a big impact on how fast you learn and how well you ride. Experiment with the following adjustments to figure out how to adjust your board to best fit your riding style.
LEARN 2 RIDE
As a beginner, you have to commit to the idea that you’re snowboarding on pavement (not skateboarding). Just like learning to snowboard, it may take several days or weeks to get the hang of it – even if you rip on snow. Be patient and expect to fall down a few times. You’ll be ripping soon enough.
Having a Personal Coach in your corner is the greatest gift you can give yourself. Ready to learn how to control your FREEBORD?
- Weekly Live Sessions with your personal trainer during your training
- Step by step exclusive Training Videos from professionals at Freebord
- Training Tracking Sheet
- Special Access to the Freebord Success Rules
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Make sure you read the safety warning so you learn to shred safely and unleash it’s full potential.