The Ride Rodeo Is An Epic Addition To Any Snowboard. It Has Mid Range Stiffness, It’s Lightweight, And Made With Solid Aluminum Construction. While the competition continues to use simple polymers which flex out. Ride year after year makes amazing strides with their bindings.
Personally I think the best place for these bindings is on an all mountain snowboard. This is due to the mid range flex, and general feel of the bindings. However if you’ve followed my blog for awhile. You’ll notice I’m a bit biased towards the all mountain riding.
Lets just get into some stats shall we:
Ride Rodeo Stats
- Flex: 3.5
- Comfortability: 4 (The Canted Footbed Is Amazing)
- Binding Adjustments: 4
- Stance Adjustments: 3
- Ratchet System: 3.5
- Shock Absorbing: 4
Aggregate Score: 3.67
The Ride Rodeo scored only slightly worse than it’s older brother the Capo. Comfortability is the same, but that’s because the canted footbed, is just superb. I’ve yet to find another binding that keeps my knees happy like these do. Shock absorption is similar, all around, these are epic snowboard bindings and I’d highly recommend them for all mountain riding anywhere
Ride Binding Basic Info:
- Colors: Black/Midnight/Brick
- Sizes: M,L,XL
- Riding Level: Intermediate/Advanced
- Quick Release: No
- FootBed: Wedgie (These are so comfortable and fit the natural angle of your feet/knees)
- Feel: 5
I’m trying to find an older pair currently to put on an old Burton Custom X. I think the pairing would do nicely, and it’s not my regular day to day snowboard anymore. So it would work great.
If you’re looking for the most high end binding has to offer, check out my latest review of Ride Capos. They are the high end ride binding, but they aren’t much more advanced than these. Compare and make a decision. You’ll be happy with either one.
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