Yeah, it was just different to control, like losing your balance while kicking etc. But with it being small it's a lot more fun to take on flat ground when cruising to class and stuff. I haven't hit any major hills or anything, and don't really plan to, so I don't know what speed will do.
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So the board did take some time to get used to, changing from a typical longboard, but it was nothing a few hours couldn't solve. I will say that at first I was super disappointed with the bearings, but they got a lot better as they got broken in. It's a stellar board. It's way fun to ride and so far I have no complaints about the material. Just let the bearings get broken in and it's a killer deal for cruising.
Does the size of this board make it harder to handle? I've been riding longboards for a while, but I wouldn't consider myself an expert, and they've all been 36+ inches.
Yeah, the neon blue did fade, but it's still a sick little timepiece. I'll probably get another one. I love it. I wear it everyday and it holds up to a lot of wear and tear and still looks stellar.