Lush Fuel Mini Cruiser - Boat

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Lush Fuel Mini Cruiser - Boat

The Lush Longboards Fuel is a little board with big ideas.

At 28.5"x8", it's spot on for kids, smaller adults, or those looking for ultra-portability.

Lush have specced this board with a flat nose, which gives a little more space for your feet -  a little easier to skate for beginners.

The Fuel also features a slightly longer wheelbase than most boards this size, which makes it a little bit more forgiving to skate than most other mini-cruisers and kids boards.

A mellow concave is super-comfortable over distance, and a proper skateboard kicktail makes the Fuel fully ollieable.

The Fuel comes built in two options:

The Elite Complete is a premium minicruiser, featuring Sabre Built-In Labyrinth Bearings for a fast-rolling, maintenance-free ride, and legendary 65mm Cult Chronicle wheels. The slightly larger 65mm diameter of these wheels gives the Fuel Elite build an unmatched rollover, really increasing its ability to deal with rougher roads and making it a lot more comfortable over any kind of distance. The whole thing turns on Sabre Street Trucks at 127mm, specced out with Sabre's aftermarket bushings.

The Pro Complete is a super-good value, slightly cheaper build, with 60mm Cult Nova wheels and Vandem Value ABEC 5 bearings. Still turning on Sabre 127mm trucks though, which is the bit that really matters.

Length 28.5"
Width 8"
Wheelbase 15.5"
Nose 3.5"
Tail 5.25"
Flex Stiff
Profile Flat with kickail
Concave Mellow
Construction 7ply Hardrock Maple

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Cruiser board

A lot of what I want to say is not specific to this board, so if you're just looking a product review, here's what I've got: the Fuel is 28.5 inches long, 8 inches wide, has a wheelbase of 15.5 inches. That means it pretty much the same dimensions as a Landyachtz Dinghy. The quality of the build and the components is, as far as I'm aware, pretty much the same as a Dinghy. Thanks to judicious use of a discount code in an already very generous Vandem sale, I got it for basically half what I'd have paid for a Dinghy, which made it a very easy decision. More generally though, when I decided I wanted to get back into skating after many years away, I spent a lot of time trying to work out whether to buy a longboard or a cruiser board. Based on a lot of reviews, articles and videos online, I brought a longboard (you can find my review of it elsewhere). Three weeks later, I brought this cruiser board. So did I make a mistake? Should I just have brought the cruiser (it would have been a lot cheaper)? For me, no - getting back on the longboard I quickly knew how excited I was to skate more and progress, and being in the fortunate position of being able to start a quiver of boards early, I'm extremely glad to have both. However, it has afforded me an interesting perspective on the merits of a longboard vs a cruiser for a new or returning skater. The consensus tends to be that the choice should be a longboard because they're: - Easier to push - Easier to ride - Comfortable with bigger hills and longer distances The thing is, all these things are true. However, the Fuel (and presumably any good quality cruiser) is by no means difficult to push, or to ride. The longboard definitely will be better for bigger hills and longer distances, just now I'm neither good nor confident enough to ride them. On the other hand, because the Fuel is smaller, it's easier to take with me speculatively, or to spots which require a lot of walking before there's a chance for skating. Tl;dr: If you're trying to choose between a longboard and a cruiser, don't be put off from choosing a cruiser if you feel like it will be a better option. And the Fuel, and I suspect also the Nomad, are definitely cruisers worth consideration.

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Had the board I wanted at the best price

Excellent quality cruiser

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Super quick delivery

Excellent fast service, delivered as stated. Great art work.

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