Lush Freebyrd Lo-Pro Woodgrain Drop Through Longboard

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Bought 2 boards from these guys. First was a Landyatchz Drop Hammer, perfect cruise board before meeting an untimely end under a 4x4. Replacement deck recommended by the team has been perfect and of course arrived the next day!

Lush Freebyrd Lo-Pro Woodgrain Drop Through Longboard

The new Freebyrd LoPro is a lower version of the timeless Lush Freebyrd - now pressed with rocker for an even lower ride height and a more comfortable ride!

The Freebyrd is a drop-through cruiser offering from Lush Longboards, built low for an easy push and footbrake. A great start to longboarding from the original UK longboard brand - you can't go wrong with this for a first setup.

A drop-through truck mount makes this board nice and low, which translates to easy pushing and footbraking - both essential skills. A rockered maple deck gives a lively flex, and a mellow concave is comfortable underfoot whilst giving you just enough grip for the odd slide or two.

The complete turns on Sabre trucks (either Forged or Cast, depending on your choice of setup) for a surfy, smooth setup. A great place to start out longboarding!

The Elite Complete is a premium cruising/carving setup, with aftermarket Sabre "Standard" 180mm longboard trucks . Fast, plush "Cultron" Wheels by Cult are some of the fastest race wheels on the market, with enough grip, speed and control, and the whole thing is rolling on smooth Sabre Trucks Built-In Labyrinth Bearings.

The Pro Complete is also built with "Standard" 180mm longboard trucks  and Cult Emperor Wheels. Sabre Hardware and Vandem Value ABEC5 bearings finish it off. This is probably the best value board we sell in our whole shop, with decent trucks that turn really well and fast aftermarket wheels.

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Length 37.5" / 95.3cm
Width 9.75" / 24.8cm
Wheelbase 26.6" / 67.5cm
Nose 3.11" / 7.9cm
Tail 3.11" / 7.9cm
Flex Mild Natural Maple Flex
Profile Rocker
Concave Mild
Construction 8ply Canadian Maple

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Lush Freebyrd Lo-Pro Woodgrain Drop Through Longboard Reviews

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A great board well worth the money

I hate giving instant reviews before really trying out a product, and this has been tried and tried since I bought it last August when I returned to skateboarding after many years. Using it to get part of the way to and from work 4 days a week I'm typically doing 3 miles a day over London streets and pavements - nevermind the other days of the week. Nearly 10 months and an awful lot of miles later I still have smile on my face when I step on this board. The wheels take care of a wide range of surfaces and, once they're rolling, they don't want to stop. It's a really smooth, stable ride even after I loosened the trucks somewhat to get a bit more carve in. There's also plenty of room for my big feet! Over the months I've been able to try the boards of a few other people and one thing I notice is the difference in quality. Given how much I use the Freebyrd I'm so glad I invested in the Elite setup. Apart from tightening up all the bolts once and slightly adjusting the trucks, I've not had to do anything else and it's still delivering everything it did on day one. I can't talk about tricks on it, because I don't do any - but for straightforward cruising / commuting, it's been absolutely fantastic and worth every penny.

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After spending some time researching online, other reviews here and emails from Matt at Vandem. I went for the Lush Freebyrd. I'm a total beginner, aged 45. I was on the deck getting a feel for pushing, braking and turning within 3 hrs of opening! The board is really nicely engineered! If you're considering taking up longboarding but undecided. Call or email the guys at Vandem. Also their website is full of handy how tos. Which helped me remove the squeeck from my trucks Clearly these guys are passionate about what they build and sell!

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Brilliant board and service

I love the Lush Freebyrd. I'm a beginner to longboarding and Vandem's advice on their website and over the phone was really helpful. It's the reason I bought from them and will 100% do so again in the future. Thanks!

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Approachable & helpful

I’m of vintage age & not skateboarded before so was a bit self conscious of approaching for advice but Adam couldn’t have been more helpful and approachable. First go on the board yesterday and I LOVE it! So stable and smooth but responsive as well. Even the 9 year old expressed her surprise as I rumbled past her, at how well I rolled (all down to the board! ). Highly highly recommend Vandem and the board

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Yes, it’s the longboard to get

Do we really need another review saying that the Lush Freebyrd is the longboard to get if you’re a beginner, near-beginner, or returning to riding after a long time away? Apparently so, because I read every single review saying that here and on the Lush site, and still felt the need to email Vandem asking if I should choose this longboard or [one of various different options]. To his great credit, and another testament to the superlative customer service every review here rightly praises, Adam replied promptly and very helpfully. In the interests of saving him having to write that email again, the other plausible alternatives suggested were the Landyachtz Drop Hammer or the Sector 9 Basin Bintang, so you might also want to check those out before you choose a Freebyrd. I’ve had it a week or so, and I’ve ridden it as often as weather and long unused muscle groups have permitted. It’s very easy to ride, immensely responsive yet forgiving of my (many) mistakes, which in turn gives me confidence to try more, ride more, and progress faster. The really nice thing is, it’s completely obvious that I’m nowhere near the limits of the board - all the limitations are my nerve and balance - which means I know it’ll keep delivering if I ever manage to be a more sophisticated skater. All the resources you need to make a decision on a longboard for a beginner or rusty old rider are here on the site - go read Are Cheap Longboards (Less Than £100) Worth Buying, for example, which was enormously useful in helping me work out what I needed to know in order to make a decision. Or, skip all that, trust all the other reviews like this, and just get a Freebyrd, because that’s what you’ll end up doing either way!

Lush Freebyrd Lo-Pro Woodgrain Drop Through Longboard: FAQ's

Q: How does the Freebyrd compare to the Mindless Wreather?


It's quite a different board to be honest - the Lush Freebyrd is flexier and lighter, as it's designed more as a cruiser/carver than a freestyle board like the Mindless Wreather. With its mini-kicks and stiffer flex, the Mindless longboard is closer to something like the Lush Symbian 3D or the Loaded Tan Tien. Check them out if that's what you're after!

Q: What's a drop-through truck?


See how the truck is mounted "through" the deck? This lowers the deck height, creating stability and making the board lower to the ground. These two things make the board nicer to push and footbrake, and they also makes slides more controllable if you want to do any of that/ For just cruising and carving about though, drop-through trucks are ideal.

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