October 5, 2015 by MartinB. | 7:09 pm
Another part of the last Blackriver-Ramps package? Well, some really nice Berlinwoods! Let´s start with #1 of 5. Lets call this the Berlinwood – Winkler´s Oldschool:
This shape is one of the new Berlinwood oldschool shapes. I´m not sure this shape/cut is going to be realeased, but it´s really awesome. The cut of the deck is just perfect:
Aaaand another one:
So this is my second setup/oldschool cruiser deck NOW. I really liked this graphic for ages and I think it´s the perfect choice for an oldschool fingerboard. Winkler did so much for fingerboarding in the past and created his own decks more than a decade ago. And with this graphic every oldschool board gets even more credibility!
“Creating the first small wooden fingerboards, Timo Lieben from Berlin did great pioneerwork in 2002. He has provided the young fingerboard scene, which had been used to plastic boards up to that time, with the first usable wooden fingerboards.
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“.
For the best possible performance the nose and tail of Berlinwood fingerboards have different lengths and angles like professional skateboards.”
Btw are you 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!
I´m really sorry to tell you, you cant buy this oldschool variation at the moment. I really don´t know when/if they will be in stock. So stay tuned and buy a normal Berlinwood. YOu can get every graphic in every shape and size = TIGHT! So hop over to the Blackriver-Ramps webshop NOW: Click!
THX a lot for all the support Timo :-)
All images are hosted on my flickr: Click!
October 5, 2015 by MartinB. | 6:18 pm
Finally some new decks in stock: Click!