Thursday, May 3, 2007
I think its time to retire the Great White board (its white on the topside). She was a great board, but her edges don't bite so hard anymore. Maybe with a tune up she can go another season. Man I rode this thing everywhere. She was a factory second that I got from someone who worked in the factory, thats why the topsheet is plain white with no graphics but she was still Burton's best, light and snappy. It took like no effort to snap it two feet off the ground from a dead stop. She practically jumps into those turns leaving an S with an invisible transition. She definately still can. Oh well the snow melted. It's always good to have a second around so I'll keep her even if I get another.