Razor is a pioneer of ripsurf boards. It’s a new edition of skateboards. It has got some basic difference to skateboards. Skateboards have got 4 wheels, and the rip stick is of 2 wheels. Most of the ripsurf wheels are 360-degree caster wheels, but skateboard wheels are fixed.
Razor Ripsurf is a lightweight polymer board. The deck of the board is texture tractioned. There is a kicktail at the end of the deck. The texture traction pad is helpful for proper grip.
Razor rip surf has got strong urethane wheels. These wheels are inclined with the board. 360-degree caster wheel is used in this rip surf. A rider can ride the rip stick very comfortably for the wheels. Riders don’t need to push the rip surf hard like the skateboards.
Razor rip surf is a sturdy ride. It can take a great load. About 220 lbs weight can be put on this simple board. An age group of 8 and up people can easily ride on it.
It just looks like a surfing board. It is a white colored board and has a kicktail at the end of the board. It's just a surfing board that runs on the road. The deck is made in a way that proper grips the riders and gives better control on the ride. It helps the rider to ride safely and enjoy the ride.
Razor ripsurf is a board that runs on the road. It looks like a surfing board with the sharp head and white color. It has got the 360-degree caster wheel that helps the rider to have an enjoying ride. This kind of ride doesn’t need to press hard to run fast.
Razor rip sticks are also two wheel boards but there is some difference between rip sticks and rip surf. Riders can twist the razor ripstik to maintain the balance. On a board its not possible. The twisting of ripstik also helps to speed up sometime.
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