August 28, 2013

Boardside Hungary Review: Supreme

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While you may not expect it, there is rooted and growing scene in Hungary. A local blog, Boardside, took it upon themselves to break down the Rayne Supreme for their readers. The best thing was that they had some good things to say about it!

There is nothing I am unhappy about the Supreme. I collected a few downsides of the board which by the way are all results of the fact that you just can't use a board for everything.
- The 30 inch wheelbase feels a bit long sometimes when doing slower speed freeriding, or city surfing. 

- On narrow sidewalks this results a wider turning radius that makes the board a bit boaty on the streets. 
With that I wrote that I do commute with this board every day to work and back home: 10 kilometers a day. And I love it. I just have to live with the fact that every board has their limits, and it's OK.

Check the full review out on the Boardside blog. I'd expect to see more things coming from Hungary soon!

Justin Readings

Justin began skating in Toronto, Ontario and has now moved west to work more closely with us at Rayne. He's an experienced traveler, most known for keeping his pucks down, although recently he's doing a lot more freeriding. Justin rides for Rayne Longboards, Dr Vie Superfoods, and Switchback Longboards.


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