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2009 Bi-Level Wakeskate Reviews

March 26th, 2009 · 1 Review

2009 Bi-Level WakeskatesA blend of compression molding and wood core technology truly defines Scotts new wakeskate. Durability was a key factor in the design of the Blend. The top deck is constructed of a sealed wood E-core deck. This means all the feel and snap of a wood deck, sealed off from the elements with glass and a full ABS side wall, no more cracking, warping, or softening over time. The top deck is attached to a compression molded base that has all the features Scott was looking for. Molded channels tip and tail allow for a responsive edge into the wake, and the 3-stage rocker gives plenty of pop once your there. The base deck is finished off with a soft bevel so you dont get hung up on surface tricks.

Features

  • E Core top deck
  • ABS sidewall
  • Composite bushings
  • Grip tape top
  • Compression molded base
  • Layered Glass
  • Limited lifetime Warranty

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  •  Vote: Add rating 0  Subtract rating 0   Moto // Apr 21, 2009 at 1:59 pm

    A board with a fast ride, great pop and soft landings, the Byerly Blend Bi-Level wakeskate is a dream come true.

    The only downside would be depending on how you ride. With any pressure on the tail of the board the Blend has a solid feel. But if you want a forgiving board, perhaps one with some molded side fins would be the way to go.

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