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Gnu B-Pro C2 BTX 2014 - 2010 Review by The Good Ride

The Gnu B-Pro C2 BTX  is one of the better hybrid rocker women specific All Mountain Freestyle boards out there.  It’s been eclipsed a bit by the Gnu B-Pro C3 BTX but if you are looking for an easier floating more mellow all mountain freestyle ride this is still a top choice.

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A quick look at the 2014 Gnu B Pro
Rider: Heather

Conditions: 2 foot + of powder to icy snow
Days on this board 14+
Size:149 and 155

This Gnu B-Pro, Like Barret Christy, has quite a reputation and is a good board for all mountain freestyle riders at any ability level. They made the board a true twin instead of a directional twin and refined the C2 BTX.  This is a good blend of speed and tunability.  The C2 BTX really changed this board in 2011 and this will be hard to find when it is on sale. From 2012 -2014 there were some refinements with the C2 BTX and a little tech changes here and there but the general ride is pretty similar since C2 BTX was incorporated.

On Snow Feel: The B-Pro has a loose squirrely between the feet kind of feel on harder snow but on softer snow, it feels pretty stable.  It still leans to the more playful all mountain freestyle approach to the mountain instead of the pickup lot’s of speed and carve kind of feel.

Powder:  This is one of the boards strong points and is a whole lot of fun in most conditions.  We’d like to see a bit of a set back for those that ride in deep thick snow.  If you ride in lighter fluffier powder you will always have fun but this twin can be a bit of work when it gets super deep and thick.  It is quite a treat to have minimal to no rear leg burn on a board that isn’t made specifically for Powder.  That being said if you like a centered freestyle approach to powder riding you will love the B-Pro. The easy turn initiation makes it almost effortless to turn between trees or make tight surfy turns.

Turn initiation/Carving- C2 BTX solves a lot of all mountain riding issues and allows you to make a better turn than with a BTX. However, it still turns almost too easy and can take the fun out of a serious carve.  Many experienced riders like to work a little more for their turns so this board could be a let down for some.  Still, this is incredibly easy to turn.  If you lay into a hard carve with the C2 BTX the tail will hold but it’s still more washy than many camber or hybrid camber boards.

Speed:  This board has a fast base and is pretty stiff.  Gnu has really made an effort to make reverse camber better at high speeds. You trade up some speed for more float in powder and such a catch-free forgiving ride.  It’s up to you to decide what is important to you.

Uneven Terrain: The B-Pro can deal well with the slow you down bumpy kind of terrain you can face at the end of a powder day or a soft day of groomer riding.

Approximate Weight– It’s not going to break any records and it runs on the heavy side.  We usually prefer durability over weight and this is pretty durable.

Edge hold– This aggressive MTX cut grips anything you will come across.
Flex:  It’s pretty all around mid flexing.  It seems that all boards aim to the mid flex these days and this is no exception.  Even though it’s a bit stiffer than a lot of boards it behaves rather well in the park where usually a softer board would be needed.

Jibbing/Rails– For such a stiff board the C2 BTX shape makes this ok in the jib park for going medium to small but if you are all about the jib park then get the B-Street.

Switch:  This board has a twinish shape but it doesn’t seem like a twin.  Still, it rides switch very well and you don’t notice any difference going either direction.

Pipe: Great in the pipe! One of it’s best qualities.  The B-Pro holds an edge very well and is also very forgiving.

Jumps: Introducing some camber back into the rocker shape really made this board more jump friendly.  It’s also very springy when it comes to pop.  All in all the Gnu B-Pro is a fun forgiving all mountain freestyle board for someone who spends equal time in the jump/pipe part of the park and the mountain.  This is also great if you ride in harder conditions as you get on the east coast.

 

 

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Gnu B-Pro C2 BTX 2010-2014 Snowboard Review
Mar 09, 2015 by amber

Ability Level: Advanced • 

Riding Style: Freeride/Allmountain • 

Days You Ride A Year: 5-20 

I was excited to try this magnetraction (or however you spell it) for the crud and ice of ice coast riding. I've all over, but east coast is my home base. It is actually more flexible than I expected, so if u are expecting or fearing a stiff full plank wood core feel, this does not have that. It is better at higher speeds (at least on packed trails) than my Burton Feelgood, in that it doesn't get that chatter. Not the most secure that I have felt but a decent ride. Perhaps a stiffer core might actually be better for East coast, but I think this will be a good compromise between powder days and ice days.

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4.04.011I was excited to try this magnetraction (or however you spell it) for the crud and ice of ice coast riding. I've all over, but east coast is my home base. It is actually more flexiGnu B-Pro C2 BTX 2010-2014 Snowboard Review

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The Gnu B-Pro C3 BTX Snowboard is a lot different from the C2 model that’s been around for a while.  This is a bump up in stability and also aggressiveness. Not much has changed from 2014-2016.

Mary is an aggressive rider who generally rides men’s boards and Ginger is an aggressive rider who generally rides women’s boards. So this is their take on the C3 B-Pro.

C3 technology really changes things up for the women’s side and the Gnu B-Pro C3 BTX gives women more stability and a more aggressive all mountain freestyle ride.

Size: 155
Days:  3
Conditions: Hard snow one day and medium/hard to playful snow the others
Riders:Ginger and Mary

On Snow Feel: The B-Pro has a very camber feel compared to other hybrid cambers but it feels like easier camber. It’s stable between the feet and a great aggressive all mountain freestyle ride. Don’t get us wrong this isn’t camber made easy.  It’s camber made easier that can be catchy on occasion like camber boards. It’s still an aggressive board for riders that like more technical camber like ride with a little less bite. It’s best for Advanced to expert riders only here.

Powder:  The C3 is easier than camber but still not close to the C2 BTX when it comes to effortless float in powder.  This planes a little better than camber but you are still going to be more off the back foot. It would of been nice to see a -20mm set back here to make directional powder riding more fun and give it more of an all mountain feel. Let’s face it. The average rider benefits greatly from a set back stance in powder so why not accommodate most riders who are going to buy this.

Turn Initiation and Carving:  Huge improvement over the C2 model.  Both Mary and Ginger love to make good turns and especially carve.  This is easier than you would think for camber when it comes to quick edge to edge transitioning.  It’s kind of middle ground here.  Medium to wide radius turns are springy and fun.  Carving is exceptional for a twin and it’s a great board to carve regular or switch.

Speed: Very damp and the base is very good here too. If you compare it to a longer directional freeride board it’s not that fast but compared to most twin’s or directional all mountain boards it’s near the top.

Uneven Terrain: Better than you would think.  Maybe that submissive rocker between the feet does a good job absorbing extra shock and helps riders get their way through bumpy slow speed snow pretty well.

Edge Hold: As usual excellent grip and a great icy ride that provides more stability between the feet in the harder snow where C2 can be loose.

Flex: Feels Medium to Medium stiff.  It’s not terribly easy to butter compared to the C2 version but it’s not terrible.

Switch:  Very easy switch.

Jibbing: Not an ideal jib board but you can hit a wide box or easy bonk without too many issues.

Pipe: Really solid pipe ride. It drives very well from wall to wall and can handle a very hard pipe.

Jumps: There is really good spring going on here for generating your own ollies and it’s border line excellent hitting the kickers. If you like to find natural kickers all over the mountain

 

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GNU B-Pro Snowboard – 2015

The GNU B-Pro Snowboard is a Snowboard Magazine Platinum Pick

Barrett Christy’s board is the longest-running women’s pro model in history. It’s as badass as its creator and able to step to any terrain.

The GNU B-Pro Snowboard has proven itself in all areas of shred. From Kaitlyn Farrington taking gold in Sochi’s less than perfect pipe to Maria Debari’s powerful big mountain riding, the B-Pro has what it takes to get the job done. A concoction of C3, LCP fiber, a sparkly Bio Beans top sheet and Magne-Traction form one of the best boards known to women. No matter where, when or why you want to ride this board, just know it will be down. Cosmic art by renowned artist Adam Haynes makes this board a collector’s item, and for a decade standing a portion of sales from each B-Pro is donated to B4BC. B4bc.org

For the rider who: wants a quality board that has stood the test of time, gives back and supports made in the USA.

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Gnu B-Pro Gold Edition C3 BTX Snowboard - Women's [NOS]

Gnu B-Pro Gold Edition C3 BTX Snowboard - Women's

With the Gnu B-Pro Gold Edition C3 BTX Women's Snowboard you can get the gold edition of none other than Kaitlyn Farrington. This special edition board was for Kaitlyn winning that litle old thing called the Olympics. This camber dominant snowboard means control at speed, magne traction enhances that, the bio beans topsheet is more environmentally friendly than any other board. So if you want a special snowboard that few others will have look no further.

 

Please Note:

- Snowboard base graphics may vary.

- We are a small store and don't ship from a warehouse.  Many of our snowboards are display models and may show minor cosmetic wear from being handled by customers.  This could include small scratches or scuffs on the topsheet or evidence of fingerprints.  We will always contact you if there is damage that is more than cosmetic such as any damage to the base or edges.  Please contact us if you have a question about the condition of a particular board.  Thank you for supporting core shops!

 - Snowboard base graphics may vary.

- We are a small store and don't ship from a warehouse.  Many of our snowboards are display models and may show eet or evidence of fingerprints.  We will always contact you if there is damage that is more than cosmetic such as any damminor cosmetic wear from being handled by customers.  This could include small scratches or scuffs on the topshage to the base or edges.  Please contact us if you have a question about the condition of a particular board.  Thank you for supporting core shops!

Recommended Use:    Freestyle, All-Mountain, Freeride
Camber:    Camber Hybrid
Flex:    Mid-Flex
Shape:    True Twin

Features


Twin All Terrain Geometries
C3 BTX
Magne-Traction
LCP (Liquid Crystal Polymers)
Wood Core Great Lakes Aspen, Polonia, and Rocky Mountain Aspen
Beans Bio Polymer Topsheet
UHMW Sidewalls
Co Sintered Base

How to Size a Snowboard - 2015 GNU B-Pro Women's

Size (cm)Waist Width (cm)Tip/Tail Width (cm)Setback (cm)Max / Min Stance (Inches)Rider Weight (lbs.)
149 24.2 28 0 19.24 - 24 90 - 160
152 24.4 28.5 0 19.24 - 24 100 - 180

 

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