The Bakery Snowboards

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Akiwi
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Post by Akiwi »

Looks realy awesome..
I have to come and visit you guys sometime soon..
Let me know when you are there.
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Minga
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Post by Minga »

@akiwi: Thanks, we are in the shop almost every Friday, one day on the weekend and sometimes also doing nightshifts during the week :)

We ordered a stack of bamboo custom made for us. It is more than we need in the next time so if anyone is interested in high quality moso bamboo blanks let us know. The available sizes are:
35€: 1600 mm x 330mm x 8mm (longer size up to 2m available upon request)
29€: 2000mm x 160mm x 16 mm
55€: 2000mm x 330mm x 16 mm


This includes 19% VAT. If you live outside the EU, the above prices are accordingly lower.

Shipping is possible, we expect the bamboo to arrive in beginning of november.
For those interested it is easiest to contact me via email:
hannes@thebakerysnowboards.com


Cheers,
Hannes
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As some have asked, the blanks are one piece, no finger joints. Feel free to aks any questions. Below are pictures of a snowboard blank.

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Cheers,
Hannes
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Akiwi
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Looks pretty nice... but expensive!!
You guys in the shop tomorrow?
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Minga
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Post by Minga »

yes, we are in the shop in the afternoon. Well, bamboo is a little bit more expensive than regular wood, but it s a similar range as regular cores in e.g. skibaumarkt so I guess it is a fair deal.

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Actually you are right. They look beautifull.
I will probably take some for my snowboards. I'll contact you on that
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Post by Minga »

A friend of ours did a little shooting, hope you like the result :)

https://vimeo.com/191212159

Cheers,
Hannes

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Awesome video!!
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Post by Minga »

Thanks!

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Post by hegan »

that is one legit shop

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Post by pmg »

Nice! If I ever make it to München (only 2 hours from here), i'll pay you a visit if you don't mind.

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Post by Minga »

We would be more than happy to show you around :)

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Post by skimann20 »

Minga wrote:A friend of ours did a little shooting, hope you like the result :)

https://vimeo.com/191212159

Cheers,
Hannes
Great video. But no VDS on your edges? have you ever have any delam issues?

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Post by Minga »

Well observed :) Ususally we use VDS but this time we tried it without to test the difference. Haven t had a time to test it yet but I will let you know.

Hannes

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Post by Minga »

The bamboo arrived, superior qualitiy :) Anyone interested, just sent me an email:

hannes@thebakerysnowboards.com

You can pick it up in Munich or we organize shipping.

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