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From Uruguay!

Freeride (FR) is...
Freeride longboarding as we know it is a relatively new discipline in the world of skateboarding so there still seems to be some differing opinions for the definition of “freeriding”. To some, it’s doing slide after slide in quick succession. To others, it means cruising hills and doing slides every so often to control your speed. Somewhere else, freeriding may involve launching off kicker ramps every 50 feet as if the road were a custom downhill skatepark. We're going to approach freeride as an all out kicker-smacking-shred-fest where the name of the game is to conquer hills in the most stylish way possible. Written by Seth Brown.

Downhill (DH) is....
Since the advent of the skateboard in the 1950s, racing has been a staple part of skateboarding culture. Bragging rights and a hunger for adrenaline have pushed downhill skateboarders to race each other down the fastest, most technical hills in the world. Over the years, innovators have found that longer decks, soft urethane wheels, and wide trucks are better suited for handling the every-rising speeds that downhill racers manage to achieve. The longboard market has recently exploded with new companies producing components for downhill longboards. To help you through choosing your first downhill longboard, we’ll tell you what you should be looking for in each component to help create a setup that is maneuverable yet stable at high speeds. Written by Duke Degan.
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