2014 Board Reviews: Ride Hellcat

The freestyle all-mountain Hellcat breathes new life into the Ride Snowboards women’s line up. Designed to be a top performance snowboard that any charging lady would be proud to ride it is chalked full of technology and features simple graphics that our testers loved.

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Type: All-Mountain Freestyle

Camber: Hybrid

Core: Wood with carbon stringers

Base: Fushion 4000 base

Shape: Twin

Flex: soft

Available Sizes: 142, 146, 150, 154 cm

Test Size: 150 cm


What SBC testers are saying


Favourite Tech Feature:

The Hellcat is full of high-end Ride technology, but one feature in particular stood out to us. The board is apart of something Ride refers to as their Right Sized Series. In a nutshell it gives you the freedom to ride whatever size board you prefer, short for the park or longer for the pow, regardless of your foot size.  So if your feet aren’t petite you still have the option of riding a much shorter board without toe drag than you’re probably used to.


Board Tester Quotes:

This board has crazy pop. The Pop Rods in the sidewalls are the shit! It is a smooth ride and sweet charger. –Jessica Poulin


Best graphics, very stable board, very solid on edge and absorbs everything. – Marie-Helene Tremblay



Get more info on the Ride Hellcat HERE





Check out the other Women’s Boards we tested HERE


And check out the 2014 Grade EH test video:

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Grade EH 2014 from SBC Media on Vimeo.



Snowboard Canada’s 2014 Grade EH Board Tests were graciously hosted by:

Sun Peaks Resort


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