December 1, 2016 by MartinB. | 8:49 am
2017 is coming closer with giant steps and all the fingerboard companies show the latest fresh stuff for christmas and an upcoming year of fingerboarding hapyness. Make sure you order everything you want with space before christmas time ;-)
I´ve traded/exchanged my Berlinwood Rae deck at Blackriver-Store Berlin because I really wanted this En Voyage deck. In my opinion these graphics look perfect and I was really looking for this one. So check out the Berlinwood X En Voyage “Healer” graphic deck:
Berlinwood Fingerboards was founded by Timo in 2002 in a time when plastic was the most common fingerboard. Handcrafted 5 ply decks available to everybody distributed by the strongest influence to the scene… Blackriver-Ramps!
I still remember ordering my first ever Berlinwood. It was around 2002/2003 and I´ve ordered a maple bottom Berlinwood directly from Timo. Since I started fingerboarding I got countless Berlinwood. Always some really fresh wood and some years later with a bunch of the first super fresh graphic decks. Timo did and does a great job. It´s hard to tell you everything Timo has done for fingerboarding.
This deck is a 33,3mm Xwide deck with the Berlinwood lowshape. You can get this graphic with every shape and width you need. Just choose your favorite in the webshop.
And one more:
Until now Berlinwood is steadily in progress with its developments. Several generations of fingerboarders from all over the world appreciate and love Berlinwood fingerboards. Berlinwood fingerboards are made of five wooden plies. Apart from being manufactured by professionals the fingerboards are “100% handmade in Germany“. I don´t think I need to tell you something about the Berlinwood quality. Nearly every fingerboarder knows it. The decks got solid colors and are just highend fingerboard decks. You wont regret to buy a Berlinwood ever. I think 99% of all the fingerboarder knows about this. Berlinwood is here to stay and if you are interested in a huge part of the fingerboard history? Mastermind Timo Lieben was the first to manufacture professional wooden fingerboards the way skateboards are made. The Berlinwood website is online with a shit load of pictures and many facts behind Berlinwood. Make sure to check that out! CLICK CLICK CLICK!
All the new graphics are available in every size and shape now:
If you´re interested in some more Berlinwood product blogs: Click! And if you´re interested in buying cool fingerboard products hop over to the Blackriver-Ramps webshop: Click! Get yourself a new board or something else for christmas!? Go Go Go!
THX to TKY for the exchange :-*
All images hosted on my flickr: Click!
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Blackriver-Ramps just realeased some updated stuff ready for christmas. You all know the brick version of the Mike schneider III ramp? Well, I talk about this one:
This version of this ramp came out in 2013. I really cant believe I got my playground and this ramp for three years allready. Well as I told you, Blackriver-Ramps made an update on this one. Now you can get the brick-version or the rail-version aka the new loading dock. Or lets call it Mike’s dock. Check it out:
And one more:
The probably most popular spot out of the from Elias Assmuth built „G10“ Park is now available as a single obstacle full of features. The most important special yet is, that you can move the ledge or rail in every position you like with a short handhold and prebored holes – so you can ride frontside like backside in a perfect way. The table got a compact size and by the angular of the Bank every trick will log in the ledge in a super smooth way. Optional the table is also shaping well as a single obstacle and combines perfect with many different obstacles.
Now you can get the brick-version, the rail-version or buy just one of them and the ledge or the loading dock rail. Combine what you like! Aaaaaaand christmas is coming!
THX a lot Earn!
All images are hosted on my flickr: Click!