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If you live in the Minneapolis / Saint Paul area we offer curbside pickup of your order, Simply select PICKUP at checkout.
Some exclusions apply, bikes with assembly are not available for curbside pickup
Free Economy Ground Orders Over $99
All eligible orders will be shipped with a 3-6 day delivery. Free Economy Ground shipping is only available in the contiguous lower 48 states (excluding AK, HI, international orders, PO boxes and APO addresses and excludes all oversized items such as Bikes, Wakesurfers, Surfboards, Paddleboards, Water Trampolines and Car Racks.)
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Please expect 3-6 business days for most shipments and 7-10 days for bikes and oversized items.
Please allow 15-20 business days on select Framed custom built bikes.
Orders placed before 1 P.M. CST will ship the same day. Orders placed over the weekend or holiday will ship the next business day. If billing and shipping address are different allow 1 additional day for delivery. 2 day shipping is only available in the contiguous lower 48 states (excluding AK, HI, international orders, PO boxes and APO addresses and excludes all oversized items such as bikes, Wakesurfers, Surfboards, Paddleboards, Water Trampolines and Car Racks.)
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Next Day Orders
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Due to Covid-19 many shipping carriers are experiencing delays in specific regions of the country.
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99% BUILDS NOW AVAILABLE ON ALL BIKES
Since the assembly is performed by hand and per order, it may take 6-8 business days for the assembly of your new bike to be completed and shipped.
Please allow 15-20 business days on select Framed custom built bikes.
Our $99 Bike Assembly is here to help you maximize your riding time. Just tighten the handlebars, install the front wheel,pedals and ride! This process is done with care, by our experienced professional technicians to ensure that your bike not only lasts, but most importantly is covered by any manufacturer's warranty.
Our certified team of technicians spend the time to fine tune the bike so you don't have to. During this process, our technicians will go through each of the bearing components, ensuring a solid, smooth ride from the first turn of the cranks. From there, the wheels are taken off individually for the truing process. Making sure your wheel is true is key to prolonging the life of your rims, and ultimately your whole bicycle. After this happens, the rear wheel is installed with care to make sure that the chain is tensioned properly and that the free wheel of the bike is in proper working order. The brakes are then adjusted and tested for reliable stopping power. During the assembly the bike goes through a thorough quality control check to ensure your bike is up to our high standards and yours.
For shipping, the handlebars and the front wheel are removed, hand packed, and padded with your bike's frame to ensure the safest possible transport. Since the assembly is performed by hand and per order, it may take 6-8 business days for the assembly of your new bike to be completed and shipped. *Any accessory order with the bicycle such as pedals, computers, fenders or racks will not be installed prior to shipping. Accessories can get damaged in shipping and will need to be installed by the customer when the package has been delivered to its final shipping destination.
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Getting your snowboard setup dialed is akin to fine-tuning a car, but much easier. Still, you want things to be just right when you mount bindings on your board, from choosing binding angles to stance width and forward lean.
Tools for Mounting Snowboard Bindings
Now that you’ve bought your bindings, here’s a basic list of what you’ll need to mount your bindings to your board. Here’s a basic list of what you’ll need to mount your bindings to your board. It’s pretty basic, but find these first before you start.
Number 3 Phillips screwdriver for mounting the bindings
Better yet, a Burton Zip Tool to mount bindings and adjust boots (and it will fit in your pocket for on the fly adjusting!)
Find Your Natural Stance
If this is your first snowboard, the first thing you’ll want to figure out is whether your stance is goofy or regular foot. Regular is with your left foot in front; goofy is the right foot in front. Learn more about your natural stance and tips on how to find out if you have a regular or goofy foot stance.
Find Your Stance Width
Finding a comfortable stance width comes next. The width is the distance between the two bindings. Stance width depends mostly on your height and should roughly be about 1 inch/2.5 cm wider than your shoulders. As long as you make sure you choose the right snowboard size for your height, then the reference stance width will be just right. A wider stance gives more stability at higher speeds. A narrower stance makes for easier rotations but has a little less stability.
To measure, use the distance from the middle of one baseplate to the other, or use the reference stance that is typically marked on the top sheet as a guide. Most boards have a ‘reference stance,’ which is the manufacturer’s suggested stance for the size, width and flex of that particular board. It’s not set in stone, but it’s a great place to start if you have no idea what stance you prefer. Additionally, here are two stances to consider…
Snowboard Stance Centered – Excellent for riding switch, this stance allows a board to turn easily and gives a rider a feeling of good control. Freestyle and park riders like the balanced feeling it provides.
Snowboard Stance Setback – For riders who enjoy the directional control they get from being closer to the back of the board, a slightly set back from the center stance is optimum. The nose will float in powder making for easier turns. A setback stance is not ideal for park riding.
Set Your Angle on the Bindings
Once you’ve determined your stance width, set your angles on the bindings. A pretty common setup is +18 on your front foot, and -6 on your back foot. That said, freestyle riders may go +15/-15 or even more duck-footed. On the other extreme, freeriders may go +18 up front and 0 or +3 on their back foot. It comes down to what feels comfortable, and your style of riding.
We offer a general guideline below, but feel free to adjust your angles to whatever best suits your comfort.
Forward Stance – The toes are pointing forward on both feet. Nearly everyone positions their front toes forward.
Duck Stance – Immensely popular these days, duck stance is where the front binding angle is positive and the back binding angle is negative. Thus each foot faces a different direction – sort of like duck feet. Useful for park and freestyle riding, duck stance gives you more stability as your body is aligned with the snowboard. The front angle is anywhere between 30° and 0° degrees while the rear angle is negative, between -1° and -20°. Keep the angles apart by at least 8-10 degrees.
Alpine Stance – Used for race and carve snowboards, alpine stance is very aggressive angles with both toes facing down the hill. Large angles combined with hard boots allow one to carve aggressively.
Snowboard Binding Hole Patterns
Most snowboards use the same four-hole mountain pattern, with the exception of Burton which uses a Channel System. The inserts are where the screws mount to the board.
4 x 4 – Holes are exactly spaced 4 cm apart vertically (tip to tail) and horizontally (edge to edge).
2 x 4 – Holes are spaced 2 cm apart vertically (tip to tail) and 4 cm horizontally (edge to edge).
3D – A Burton patent diamond hole pattern.
Channel – Burton specific mounting system where a grooved channel is used in the board instead of inserts. The channel works best with Burton EST bindings. EST, or extra sensory technology, allows for maximum board feel and control. EST bindings allow the board to flex naturally beneath your feet the way it was designed to do. The channel also offers infinite stance options since there aren’t any limiting inserts. There is, however, a separate kit that modifies Burton’s 3D bindings to work with the Channel system.
Mount Your Bindings
Once you know your stance and your binding baseplates are set to the appropriate angles, center the bindings over the board and align the holes in the plates with the inserts in the board. Drop 4 screws through each baseplate and loosely tighten. Re-measure your stance width just to be sure, and then use a screwdriver to tighten down the screws. Get them tight, and check them again after a day of riding to be sure the screws aren’t loosening up–it happens.
Now to adjust your binding highbacks to the board. You want the highback to be as aligned with your heelside edge as possible, so loosen the necessary screws on the binding chassis and slightly twist the highback to align. Keep the highback in its new position while re-tightening the screws.
Last but not least… Looking at the back of the highback, there should be a forward lean adjustment. Forward lean literally pushes your calves forward, forcing you to bend at the knee and get lower. Some people like Zero forward lean, others kick it up a notch or two. Again, it comes down to personal preference and riding style.
Okay, now get out there and test your setup. Don’t be afraid to tweak your stance width, bindings angles and forward lean throughout the day until it’s picture perfect.