We have tried the Burton Freebird Splitboard 2014 with the new channel system and the Spark Magneto Bindings.
Here is the brief report and the First Impression. The combination of the Burton Channel System with the special Voile pucks and the Spark Magneto Binding is something previously not seen. The stance can be adapted really quick and the board is ready to split in a few minutes. So we had time to plan the route for the next day at -20 ° Celsius.
The best way to check out the features of both, the Splitboard and the Splitboard Binding is a little video. So we made three to present you the latest... enjoy.
- Realtime Stance Adjustment of the Burton Freebird with Channel system, the special Voile pucks and the Spark R & D binding Tesla Magneto.
- Riding Fun in untracked POW. Check it out.
- Third Changeover of Tesla Magneto Spark 2014 in realtime at the top (unfortunately the sound is very quiet because we did not take the camera out of its protective box, but anyway you can see the easy handling).
Our First Impression on the Burton Freebird Split 2014: On the ascent it has relatively good edge grip by the S-Rocker as well as traction. In combination with the Spark Magneto it's pretty light weight. Riding, it is very agile and keeps the nose usually above the powder. Its maneuverability makes it fun in open terrain and treeruns. The relatively soft flex makes it very smooth in riding POW.
First Impression Spark R & D Tesla Magneto: Super easy to use, good connection to the board, very light weight. If you like it, please do not forget to share the info, thank you.
Realtime Stance Adjustment with the Burton Channel System and Spark R&D Magneto:
Riding Fun in untracked POW:
Change-Over with Spark R&D Tesla Magneto: