This is a great buy for someone looking for a nice cruiser with some cool style. Bombs hills very smoothly and has great turning sensitivity. Real bouncy and lightweight too. The graphic is what really drew me to this board though. You will be the talk of the block with this thing.
Not enough info given... I need to know What material is the deck made out of? What is the wheel diameter and durometer? How good are the bearings (ABEC scale)? Are the trucks reverse kingpin or reg.? What is the location of the wheel core (i.e. offset ect.)? What kind of flex doe the board have (will depend on material)? Thanks.
Best Answer:The Globe Nue Peak Cruiser has a medium to hard flex because of the 8 Ply Maple with Side-Pressed Bamboo. The 180mm Slant Inverted Trucks with Globe-First Bushing hold the 77mm/78a Performance Urethane Wheels with ABEC 7 Bearings. Overall the Nue Peak has a 40" flat length and a 9" concave width and the clear Broadcast grip shows the awesome detailing on top.