Ronix B-RAD Bandwagon Modello Wakeboard (2015)-Std

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  • Full center rail creates a smooth transferring board from edge to edge
  • Thin tip/tail profile generates more flex and feel on water or rails
  • Most exaggerated bottom bevel starts out at 4 blending to 18 on the ends - super forgiving and less likely to get hung up on rails
  • Deep symmetrical channels - help with acceleration thru a turn and push the rider into the wake
  • Camber Arc ride a wakeboard for the first time all over again



  • Full center rail creates a smooth transferring board from edge to edge

  • Thin tip/tail profile generates more flex and feel on water or rails

  • Most exaggerated bottom bevel starts out at 4 blending to 18 on the ends - super forgiving and less likely to get hung up on rails

  • Deep symmetrical channels - help with acceleration thru a turn and push the rider into the wake

  • Camber Arc ride a wakeboard for the first time all over again



Ronix B-RAD Bandwagon Modello Wakeboard (2015) Classic smooth progressive freeride arced turns combined with the stability of a big board and the swing weight of a small one - the shap that started the camber revolution We have designed hundreds of wakeboards over the past several decades but never one remotely close to this. The start of the camber revolution, our latest in freeride shapes, the most amount of surface area and exaggerated tip/tail designs, along with the lightest core we have ever produced. The bandwagon project started out at first to see how wide is too wide? Boards have been roughly the same width for years. Then what happens if you crank the arc up on the tip and tail. Blending all of this with a surf shape rail design. The result was a One board feel on the water, with a bigger sweet spot and increased lift at slower speeds. Cable riders were amped on how much further they could take their presses on rails with the new super thin arc. From end to end a 146 cm prototype only had 138cm of running length on the water. So now you were getting the stability of a big board but a shape that only had the contact on rails found on a much shorter shape a big board with minimalist swing weight. Combine this with the feel and energy of our popular Phoenix Project series, and we thought we were done. Then our engineers thru something they have been experimenting with over the past couple of seasons camber. You never realize how much you ride in the backseat with a traditional rockerline until you ride an arc with multiple low points. How much more neutrally balanced you become, anatomically correct, driving off the wake using your front foot as much as you would your back foot. Things we never thought possible on a wakeboard. Our riders were freaking out, "a 1440 will go down, these guys are getting so much more hangtime but they are boosting in so much more of a centrally stable position." So the last thing we did is created a u