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  1. #1
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    Bic surfboards

    Any input?

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    there good for 2 things

    1. If your a beginer

    2. If its crowded and you need a board that you can bang around on

  3. #3
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    Thanks and ya im kinda just starting

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    there good for the person starting out and you dont have to worry about dinging them . They are just not performance minded.

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    garbage

    my buddy rented a bic board in new smyrna, complete garbage, very heavy, unresponsive turns, and a ***** to paddle, on the bright side, you wont have to worry about breaking it in the lineup

  6. man **** you
    Last edited by notjamee; Mar 15, 2010 at 04:56 AM. Reason: man **** you

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    They blow. Worst board I ever had. They are indestructible and they make a great sled. A cheap board in the same price range would be a NSP. I recommend buying a used better quality board.

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    i would rather have an nsp than a bic board. Over the summer my board got stolen and I borrowed my friend's dad's nsp longboard and it wasn't that bad. had good float, caught waves, and turned alright for a starter board. Never buy a bic board or a softboard unless it's from catchsurf, their stuff looks pretty cool.