Virtually indestructible, these boards are designed for veteran riders and high speed thrill-seekers. They use the most advanced Trampa parts to offer the best performance with minimal weight. Since the deck is designed for speed, it has hydraulic brakes that lets you to slow down in tight corners and extreme situations. There are plenty of customization options available, so each buyer can get the board that fits him best.
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Pro Highly customizable
There are plenty of customization options to choose from, such as part color or deck stiffness. By combining the several available option you can get a board that's perfectly suited for you. It’s even possible to add an electric motor and batteries to convert it to an e-board.
Pro Suspension can be adjusted quickly
The truck-fitted suspension system can be quickly adjusted with just a screwdriver. This eliminates time-consuming adjustments, needed to adjust to terrain conditions.
Pro Strong trucks, manufactured to be as light as possible
Trampa trucks are made from a forged alloy hanger, a hollow steel axle and an aluminum baseplate. Everything has been CNC machined to shave off as much weight as possible, while maintaining each part's strength. Weight can be reduced even more, by ordering a titanium kingpin.
Pro Powerful and reliable braking power
This board’s hydraulic disc brakes are more precise and more powerful than standard cable V-brakes. The discs’ positioning leaves enough space for ventilation and ensures that they won’t lose braking power after prolonged use.
Pro Durable and impact-resistant deck
This board's deck is made from a reinforced glass and plastic composite that can withstand strong impact very well. You can customize the deck's stiffness level when you order the board, so you won’t need to worry about weight limits, provided you choose the correct stiffness. Note that a stiffer board will weigh more.
Con Requires dampers to be changed to modify stiffness
Unlike some of its competitors, this board requires changing the dampers to modify the stiffness of the ride.