New runs on a new set-up

New set-up nosno mountainboard

Just been on a Remolition freeride exploring new runs in Wendover Woods on my newly set-up noSno with eights on backwards flexi-axles and snowboard boots. Loving the flexis, but my calves aren’t loving the boots. More getting used to, I think.

Odd sized mountain board wheels

The Mullet

I’ve been riding my noSno brake board with nine inch wheels on the front and eight inch wheels on the back for a few weeks now. All my hopes about the possible advantages of such a set-up have been proved right. A board with the weight on the front for smashing through things, still be able to use disc brakes, and lighter wheels on the back so I can kick it around to get those tight corners, and a lighter board overall.

noSno with a mullet

This is a great set-up for single-track brake-board riding, and now I’ve added T2 tyres on the front wheels and can get some proper slides going, adding to my speed control and overall fun.