Designed with a wider waist, the Ride Helix Wide is ideal for all-mountain freestyle riders with larger than average boot sizes. If you prefer a traditional cambered profile and an aggressive sidecut twin, this board will be right up your alley. With its Asymmetric Sidecut, you get perfect balance in your turns, with a tighter heel sidecut for complete and total control. Pair that with its Asymmetric Twin Camber profile and you have a board that can charge at high speeds on hardpack and dominate the park. Roll In Slimewalls increase overall strength, prevent topsheet chipping and reduce weight. The Pop Rods 2.0 Core consists of flat carbon rods wrapped around a urethane slime-core which gives you massive pop with smooth landings. Add in Hybrid Glass and you get balanced torsion and stiffness for better response at high speeds.
Asymmetric Twin Camber
Roll In Slimewalls
Carbon Array 3 Laminates
Pop Rods 2.0 Core
Fusion 4000 Base
Yuki's Camber Park Board
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Hey this is Ian. I just got off the Ride Helix. I give this board 4 out of 5 stars. Super fun to ride. It's got an asymmetrical design so you feel a big difference between your heel edge and your toe edge. It's got Carbon Array in the tip and the tail for a little bit of added striffness and speed when you're moving. Really fun to ride. 4 out of 5 stars.
I'm Steve, I just got done riding the Ride Helix. This board is a really fun board to ride. It rides really great on its heel side edge and it holds really well in the turns. I would say this would be a great board for somebody that wants to get a freestyle board that's more advanced, that's not just going to ride rails, that actually wants to ride big jumps. And then go and ride the rest of the hill and actually do some really really fast turns. So I give this board a 4 out of 5 stars.
Hi I'm Darren. I just got finished riding the Ride Helix. Overall this is a great board, I'd give it a 4 out of 5 star rating. It's an all-mountain board great freestyle board. It carved real well on the mountain today, both in the front and the back. All kinds of snow conditions out there today too so overall, once again, I give this board a great rating. 4 out of 5 stars.
Hey I'm Rob. I just got done riding the Ride Helix. I give this board a 4.5 out of 5 stars. This board is super fun. It's an asymmetrical twin so that means the heel side edge and the toe side edge sidecut is a little bit different. So whether you're regular or goofy, you're going to ride this board the same way. With the shorter sidecut on the heel side it makes it super easy to roll it over on edge and you feel super confident that way. Holds an edge phenomenally. We have some pretty good hardpack conditions today. I was really able to open this up and feel super, super confident in any turn shape. It's very quick edge to edge short tight turns or big long sweeping turns, and especially at high speeds. Super, super fun. Super playful. Absolutely love this board, totally recommend it for that intermediate to advanced-level all-mountain freestyle rider.
Hi I'm Mike. I just got off the Ride Helix. I give this board a 5 out of 5 stars. This board was super fun. Out of all the asymmetrical boards I've ridden this has been the most fun. It's very poppy, very responsive and likes doing rails just as much as it likes to do jumps. It seamlessly switches from switch to regular. It's a fantastic board and it's really fun to ride. 5 out of 5.
Hey this is Ian. Just got done riding the Ride Helix in a 155. I give this board 5 out of 5 stars. This is a great board for an advanced all-mountain freestyle rider looking for something that's going to be stiff enough to haul on big jumps but at the same time can easily play on it. Asymmetrical cut so you really feel it on your toe side and heel side turns. Carbon Array 3 in the tip and the tail to stiffen the board and give it a little bit of extra pop. Pop Rods 2.0 throughout the core of the board just to give it even more pop. And once again, 5 out of 5 stars, Ride Helix.
Q: hello my name is colby and i have been spying on this board for a very long time while reading reviews on the board. I have been told its a great board. I have been seeing more comments saying its good and fun on rails or its not as fun/easy. And another question was how easy is it to catch an edge? i have ridden rocker and want to try a camber. Anything helps thank you
A:The Helix is an intermediate to advanced all mountain freestyle board, so it's not going to be as forgiving as some boards can be. It's not ultra stiff but it's not a soft super buttery board. It's asymmetrical which means its easier to transfer energy to your heelside than on a regular board because of a tighter sidecut. In regards to how hard it is to catch an edge, well boards that are completely rockered would be the least likely to, but also tend to be more squirly. This has a combination of camber and rocker so it won't be as catch free but not quite as demanding as a strictly camber board.