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Wheelbase Magazine reviews the BGDK – Bustin Blog

Big shout out to Marcus, Seth and Tom over at Wheelbase Mag for taking the time to get to know our BGDK and for producing this well created, well thought out review!  We sent them over one of these bad-boys to be put through the paces in Cali, and they, as always, did not disappoint!  The guys over on the other coast did a great job of hitting different types of terrain to let the board shine, and also were not afraid to point out what could be done better (no project is ever finished!)

Unfortunately we are currently sold out of the BGDK online, HOWEVER, without giving too much away, it’s worth mentioning that we’ve taken your thoughts and comments to heart, and come next week, should have some fresh, improved, lighter BGDK’s landing in the warehouse, keep you eyes peeled!

Cheers and enjoy the ride,
Bubbles

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Aidan Lynds and Jonas Richter go HAM – Bustin Longboards NYC

The Bustin Brazilian Bullet Jonas Richter skates hard as a mother trucker in this video filmed in British Columbia.  Jonas did some traveling in 2012 and will be a major threat in 2013.  watch out!  Bustin Longboards NYC.

On another note, Jonas did some extreme Bustin Team traveling with team mate William Royce this summer and will be traveling South America with Jonas for the South America DH tour this Fall.  Will earned 1st qualifier position at Festival de la Bajada in Colombia this weekend!  BUSTIN!

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Skateboards & Drift Trikes Maryhill Freeride Fall 2012 with Royce – Bustin Boards NYC

Bustin Will Royce is a talented dude.  He rips the Skateboard, he shreds the Drift Trike and he is super fast on a Longboard.  Oh yeah, Will also edits sick videos!  Check out this latest video edit of Drift Trikes at the Maryhill Fall Freeride 2012.  get it in.

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The Bustin Boards ‘Mekanik’ with Jeff Vyain – Bustin Longboards NYC

The Mekanik is the little brother of the Ratmobile race deck. It is built off of the same progressive radial concave as the Ratmobile with the same quarter-inch rockered platform, but with an even wider range of wheelbase options, especially on the short end. The Mekanik will be the deck of choice for top mount riders who want to stick tight corners, freeriders who prefer shorter wheelbases, garage bombers, riders with smaller stances, and women downhillers.

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