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Post by Miguel Marco » Tue Apr 03, 2007 1:39 am

Julie improvised a Fullbag Photo Shoot at our first outdoor session yesterday.

Plenty of toys!
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The Series...
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Part of the team:
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Me being quite happy with the results... :D
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Post by Claude Regnier » Tue Apr 03, 2007 1:48 am

Tell Julie they are pointing the wrong way, :)

Way to go Mig. Say hi to the crew for me we will be stocking some of them toys when we get some cash set asside.

Hopefully real soon. Do you have any with flex?

C-ya
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Post by Carsten Pingel » Tue Apr 03, 2007 7:45 am

what toe stops are those ?

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Post by Miguel Marco » Tue Apr 03, 2007 10:13 pm

Claude Regnier wrote:Way to go Mig. Say hi to the crew for me we will be stocking some of them toys when we get some cash set asside.
Will do! And send your order whenever your ready. All slalom and longboards are in stock, t-shirts and stickers coming by the end of the week.
Claude Regnier wrote:Do you have any with flex?
No, but they are lively and snappy. They're not oak planks... ;)

We're starting work on the maple/carbon protos this week. Will see were that goes flexwise...
Carsten Pingel wrote:what toe stops are those ?
They're made by Eric "Rick" Brassard, good friend, member of our local crew, and wizard. :) I think Claude even uses one of his toe stops.

He also makes ultralight wood/carbon/foam boards and start ramps, among other things. He even made is own CNC machine! :D He is giving us a big hand with the maple/carbon protos.

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Post by Malcolm Stooke » Wed Apr 04, 2007 2:15 am

i dont understand why you use the 86 zags as back wheels for anything but ts, but then again, you guys are probably faster than me. in salem last weekend on butter smooth pavement i was sliding out a bit on 84a and most were on 80a's.

i just got some orange plus though so i'll try the 86 on the back.


nice boards btw Mig

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Post by Chris Favero » Wed Apr 04, 2007 5:34 am

i guarantee you the 86's are Migs?cfav
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Post by Carsten Pingel » Wed Apr 04, 2007 7:57 am

can Claude bring some of the toe stops to Hannover ? I think there are some guys who are interested in buying them. Me included!

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Post by Tony Peters » Wed Apr 04, 2007 2:09 pm

ummm looks good. I cannot wait to get a HS under my feet. I pretty much decided that whenever I travel from now on I'm taking a slalom board and my walmart cones. Because you can always find an empty parking lot or tennis court to practice in and I can't transport a pumper or distance board long enough for it to be enjoyable.
turns are fun....

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Post by Miguel Marco » Thu Apr 05, 2007 12:12 am

Malcolm Stooke wrote:i dont understand why you use the 86 zags as back wheels for anything but ts, but then again, you guys are probably faster than me. in salem last weekend on butter smooth pavement i was sliding out a bit on 84a and most were on 80a's.
You should understand Malcolm. You've met me and seen how fat I am! :D In fact, I don't have a lot of wheels to chose from. I have the opposite problem most of you guys have. I can't ride anything under 86a because the wheels deform too much and I loose traction. So practically all my setups have the Zigs 89a-86a combo because there the fastest for me. If I need to slow it down a bit, I change the back ones for coned 86a Avalons or trimmed grey Turners (can't remember the duro right now... 85a???).
Malcolm Stooke wrote:i just got some orange plus though so i'll try the 86 on the back.
Danilo uses the 89a's on the front of some of his setups too, like me. And several others here use the 86a's front and back with good results.
Malcolm Stooke wrote:nice boards btw Mig
Thanks Malcolm.
Chris Favero wrote:i guarantee you the 86's are Migs?cfav
:D You got that right cfav! The rear ones on my GS are so coned and used, they look like beat up Avalons. They praticaly have the same lips! Mmmmhh... I think I need new wheels. :)

Say hi to cnova. Can't wait to skate with you guys again.
Carsten Pingel wrote:can Claude bring some of the toe stops to Hannover ? I think there are some guys who are interested in buying them. Me included!
Contact Rick by PM and ask him, he's a member here: "Eric Brassard". He can probably work something out with Claude.
Tony Peters wrote:ummm looks good. I cannot wait to get a HS under my feet.
Your package will leave as soon as the t-shirts are in Tony. ;)

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Post by Miguel Marco » Sun Apr 15, 2007 7:21 pm

And a look at the current line up:

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Post by Grégory Girard » Thu Mar 27, 2008 4:32 am

My decks are ready for the Texas Cold Fusion Sizzler...

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Post by Sebastien Leger » Thu Mar 27, 2008 2:38 pm

NICE!!

GO GREG GO!!

VIVE LA FRANCE!!!

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Post by Miguel Marco » Fri Mar 28, 2008 6:43 am

Greg! You're gonna have a great time buddy! Have fun and say hi to the Outlaws for me.

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Looking Good!

Post by Claude Regnier » Fri Mar 28, 2008 2:27 pm

Your set-ups look nice Greg have a good time.

It will be nice for you to get an early start to the season.
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Post by Jonathan Harms » Tue Apr 01, 2008 6:18 am

Greg and his Fullbags did quite well for themselves at the Sizzler! Well done, monsieur! :-)

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Post by Claude Regnier » Tue Apr 01, 2008 7:00 am

Yes, Congrats to Greg for doing so well and having a great time apparently.

Jonathan you deserve a huge congrats as well. You see it pays not to sk8 sometimes :)
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Post by Grégory Girard » Sat Apr 05, 2008 8:24 pm

Thanks to Mig , Seb , Claude and especially to Jonathan !

Here's a pic with my "Fullbagger Friend" Gary Glasser.

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Chris Doan , me and Gary.

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Post by Rick Floyd » Tue Apr 08, 2008 5:42 pm

That's a LOT of junk in the trunk! Good job GG! See you this summer...just put the snowboards away yesterday after I got back from the USASA Nationals.
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Post by Martin Drayton » Wed Apr 09, 2008 12:31 am

Rick Floyd wrote:That's a LOT of junk in the trunk! Good job GG! See you this summer...just put the snowboards away yesterday after I got back from the USASA Nationals.
Looks like you were headed for the top spot in the Slalom with that 1st run time in the Nationals...what happened on the second? Bummer!

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Post by Grégory Girard » Fri May 16, 2008 2:01 am

My "Junk In The Trunk" is faster now !! ;-)

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