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Surf Rodz Grindsz Review

Surf Rodz Grindz are precision manufactured traditional kingpin (TKP) trucks that come in a variety of sizes to suit both street skateboarding and longboarding disciplines.

These trucks are my favorite TKPs to ride because of their versatility and durability. One of the best features of these trucks is that all the parts are interchangeable and replaceable making them ideal for street skating.

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Sanctum Collective Boards Now Available

Sanctum Collective is well known for some of their boards. Most notable are the Choomah that we covered back in 2017 and the Stratos that we reviewed in 2018. While their boards were wildly popular, you might be surprised to learn that they haven’t been available for sale for a while. Unfortunate as that may be, we have some good news…

There is a limited quantity of Sanctum boards available for sale in our store at massive discount with free shipping.

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Arsenal Truck Review

Arsenal Trucks are a solid, tall-bushing option intended for both downhill and freeride that won’t break the bank. They also work well in other disciplines as you’ll learn here!

Arsenal trucks are the first tall-bushing truck I’ve ridden and the first that measure less than 180mm.

I had a few issues with stability and kingpin drag in the beginning but it didn’t last long. Once I got the setup dialed, stability was not longer an issue – instead I was rewarded with smooth, deep turns at slow speeds and fast free ride!

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Rayne Skyline Review

Rayne’s Skyline deck has turned out to be an absolute banger this year. It may seem like a while since Rayne last released a new deck but it was more than worth it!

We all love the multi-discipline mantra – one board that excels in multiple disciplines. It’s an especially appreciated feature for those of us with budget and/or space constraints. One deck for a ride to a friends house, to the local convenience store, to the top of the hill and then the same for a run to the bottom.

In practice, it usually leaves a bit to be desired in one area or another. To be fair, it’s a lofty goal. Things that make a board excel in one discipline usually don’t help in another.

Turns out there is a gray area – a “just right” middle ground where a boards features compliment each other in a variety of disciplines. The Skyline falls squarely in this area.

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Tech Sliding Guide

We tech slide, do you!? Tech sliding has long been one of the best ways to practice and hone skills that are invaluable on fast runs. It’s also extremely fun and can multiply your pleasure on even the slightest of an incline.

In the interest of sharing our stoke for this discipline with our readers, we’re releasing the beginning in a new line of tech sliding oriented content. Read our guide if you’re just getting started. If you notice something is missing, please feel free to contribute!

Look for more tech-sliding content and reviews coming soon!