Quest Super Cruiser Artisan Bamboo Longboard (44-Inch) Review
Quest Super Cruiser Artisan Bamboo Longboard (44-Inch) - 96%
The Quest Super Cruiser Artisan Super Longboard from Quest Longboards comes with an exquisite Bamboo and multi-ply hardwood Maple deck and is 44-inch long. It has been fitted with ultra strong and rugged 7-inch aluminium trucks and with highly durable 70mm PU wheels. The Artisan Super Longboard has a very stylish and avant-garde design, with exquisite abstract graphics. It has been developed by the uniquely named company, “Made in Mars”, a maker of skateboards, surf and snowboards. But is it as good as Comet, Landyachtz or Koastal longboards?
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Are Quest Longboards good?
Longboarding is fast turning out to be a very popular sport in the United States, especially among teens and young adults. Riding on the longboard is said to give a sensation that isn’t much different from surfing on the waves at a beach. The Quest Super Cruiser longboard is made of the best quality components that ensure maximum durability and optimal performance.
It’s not easy to master the Quest Super Cruiser longboard, and it would require plenty of effort and dedication, but what doesn’t these days. But learning is half the fun! There are several longboard styles that you can learn by using the Quest Super Cruiser longboard –cruising, carving, slalom, downhill, sliding, dancing, free riding and vert. Learning these styles become a breeze with Quest longboards. Our panel found this longboard provided a terrific sense of balance and control.
The growing popularity of Longboarding
Longboards were first developed on the West Coast half a century ago, so they have been around for quite a while. But it is only recently that they have grown in popularity. While longboards are mostly used for fun and sport, there are many who use them for transportation, especially college students. Longboarding is quite popular on college campuses across the United States and many students love travelling to school on a longboard instead of using a bike. This is because longboards are much easier to navigate, control and maneuver than a skateboard. Plus, they are easier to learn as well.
About Made in Mars, the company behind the Quest Super Cruiser Artisan Bamboo Longboard Skateboard
Made in Mars is an unusual company with an unusual name. The company claims to have an “alien” company culture, which it has embraced with full gusto. It has been working with some of the best designers of Longboards, Skateboards, Surf Boards and Snow Boards and they are trying to reinvent them in a brand new way, using the most durable components, unique avant-garde art and the latest technology.
Precautions to be taken
It is critical to wear proper protective gear when riding a Quest Super Cruiser longboard, as it could be quite dangerous when you’re riding downhill with it without protection. Knee guards and a helmet are a must. Better safe than sorry.
Quest Longboard Review
Generally, the longboarding community has taken well to the Quest Super Cruiser Artisan Bamboo Longboard. There are several glowing user reviews for this longboard from people who have contacted us. Such as this one by a satisfied buyer, Jaki Martinez:“I love this board, the carving on it put most of my friend’s boards to shame. Although the bearings could be upgraded so I went out and bought these separately. Highly recommended.”
Kerry, who bought the Quest Super Cruiser Longboard for her child also has words of appreciation for it: “My 10-year old daughter wanted a longboard to skate with her friends. Since we live in northern Canada and the season is short, I didn’t want to spend a fortune, so I bought this Quest board on price alone. And I didn’t regret buying blind. It’s even strong enough to hold the weight of my husband!”
Another buyer, Peter Smith also loves this longboard: “The board is fast and carves well. As a beginner, I found this board easy to ride. The board could have been a bit wider, but cruising boards tend to be slimmer. The wheels are very smooth and the grip is like clue keeping you on the board”.