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Ronix One ATR Wakeboard Sizes

One ATR 134

140lb-160lb

63-72kg

9-11 Stone

One ATR 138

160lb-175lb

72-79kg

11-12 Stone

One ATR 142

165lb-175lb

74-79kg

11-12 Stone

One ATR 146

175lb +

79kg+

12+ Stone

 

Specs

Waist Width
Rocker Size
Stance Width

One ATR 134

16.4"/41.7cm

4.0"/6.1cm

21.5"/25.5"

One ATR 138

16.6"/42.2cm

2.5"/6.4cm

22.5"/26.5"

One ATR 142

16.8"/42.7cm

2.6" 6.6cm

23.5"/27.5"

One ATR 146

16.8"/42.7cm

2.7 /6.9cm

24.0"/28.0"

 

Fins:

Comes complete with 4 x Fibreglass 1.0" Fins and 4 x Fibreglass 0.8” Slider Fins.

 

 

Slider Fins:
A fin actually designed to be used on rails! Wider profile, flatter bottom surface and a durable construction ready for anything in it's way. Also designed for riders that like that "finless" feel, the wider design creates turbulence giving it a looser contact with the water.

 

Wake / Kite Binding Stance:

When mounting your bindings on a wake or kiteboard, it is important to start off with a wider stance when learning, and then adjust it once you are more comfortable on the board. The wider stance gives you more stability and most people will always ride with their feet angled outward, also known as a duck stance.

 

If you feel pressure on either or both knees, or on the outside of your feet, the chances are your feet are parallel or straight on the board and you need to angle them outward a little more.

 

Try wakeboarding or kiteboarding with several different stances to find out what works best for you.

 

How is a kiteboard different from a wakeboard?

Wakeboarding is a great way to keep up with your skills when there is not enough wind for kiteboarding. Your skills are already honed for wakeboarding and you will have no trouble getting up and moving.

 

Kiteboards may look the same but they are very different from one another. A kiteboard has a concave bottom unlike the convex bottom of a wake board. Kiteboarders constantly ride on the edge of their board a lot like a snowboarder carving down a slope. The concave bottom helps kiteboarders to cut into the water holding a better edge, and helping them to stay upwind and are also designed to handle waves.

 

Wakeboards are designed to be thrusted off the tail, riding behind a a boat or cable e at higher speeds and typically on flat water. They are typically heavier due to the bindings but act as a counter weight aiding rotation speed in the quick jumps off a boat /cable wake. Their stiffness and rocker are designed for hard landings.


The other major difference is the rocker, or the slope from one end of the board to the other. If you stand a kiteboard up next to a wakeboard the wakeboard will have much more of a bow-like curve to it. Continuous rocker is a smooth curve that does not change from tip to tail, while three-stage rocker has two distinct bend points almost like a skateboard deck. When you ride wakeboards with continuous rocker you lose a bit of your pop, but you get a faster ride because the water flows without disruption across the bottom of the wakeboard right out through the tail. Wakeboards with a continuous rocker also makes for a more consistent ride. Since a wakeboard with a three-stage rocker has two distinct bends, it pushes more water in front of the wakeboard. This makes you ride slower but you gain a lot more pop off the wake.

 

For beginners a wakeboard with a lot of rocker will feel loose, but it will teach you how to edge correctly rather than relying heavily on fins. In contrast, less rocker allows wakeboards to move faster, hook up better and become more aggressive. The wakeboard rider can be more aggressive with his turns and really edge hard through the wake.

 

If you’re the type of wakeboard / kiteboarder who loves to turn fast, go big and land out in the flats but you ride a bigger, steeper wake, try to find wakeboards with medium rocker. The slower, smoother and more wake-to-wake your style is, the more rocker you need in your wakeboards.

 

How cable park wakeboarding can help your kiteboarding - Aaron Hadlow

 

 

 

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The Ronix One ATR (All-Terrain Ride) 2011 Wakeboard has a shape that pioneered the evolution of surf style designs for soul turn connoisseurs looking to come into a turn with a relaxed arcing transition. Shallow molded fins, forgiving angled bevels, and a full mid rail set the pace of this mellower inspired turn.

 

As a rider’s weight shifts back, the variable rail transitions to a sharper rail and bevel in the tail – so the board can hook up with a strong, predictable edge up the wake every time. Upgrade your travels with this fast signature 3-stage lift, balancing the spectrum of rockers.

 

Ronix Rider Danny Harf is constantly spending time with in-house shapers developing new rockers to find that balance of top water speed vs. a board that will make every transfer feel like a triple up. The first rider to sign with Ronix, the first freeride feel of its kind and the first to land a 1260 - the Ronix One Collection.

 

Features:

 

Rounded Centre Rails:

Rounded rails through the centre, with a angled bevel prevent that all too familiar edge catching digger, creating an even mellower transitioned carve.

 

Sintered Base:

The most durable non-stick compound Ronix have ever tested on rails without loosing any glide speed on the water. This exclusive base was formulated from a powder by heating the material in a sintering furnace below it's melting point until the particles bond to one another.

 

A higher purity of a compound that preserves it's bond over time. No obstacle is safe at cable parks with the Ronix jib friendly material!

 

Rocker and Base Features:

An exaggerated rocker profile designed with a later arc (closer to the tip / tail) and a higher degree arc angle (10°), make for a straight up explosive pop off the wake. This style of rocker creates instant energy the second the tip hits the wake creating a more intense buck with less effort.

 

Specifically designed to mesh with Ronix’s Carbon R3 Technology – for durable flex and strength – you’ll experience everything the wake has to offer day after day.

 

Stiffness:

A carbon fibre weave provides a more rigid layup than a traditional fibreglass constructed wakeboard. These properties are also less likely to break down, with superior weight, and help the board maintain the intended rocker line. There is so much energy taking place when a board hits the trough of the wake, peak, and landing.

 

A 2.8" subtle 3 stage rocker can become much higher or lower during a transition, take off, and landing. This year Ronix went with more carbon on their ATR edition. The result is you can ride the board the way the rocker line was designed.

 

Thin Profile:

Reducing Swing Weight

 

Clean Centre Bottom Design:

This rockerline leaves the wake and lands with more forward momentum so there is no need for big channels to reduce the impact on landings.

 

Side Vents:
For a stronger grip up the wake.

 

Carbon Techology:
Ride the board the way it was intended to be ridden with the most carbon maintaining the original rocker line - reacting 7 times quicker than fibreglass!

 

Krypto Cable:
Makes the sidewalls the strongest part of the board – not the weakest, along with a torsionally stiffer board. Different fibres are brewed up and then woven together to make a stronger compound. The Krypto cable surrounds the profile of the board and is fused together with Mod Pour construction.

 

Combined with Ronix's monocoque laminated glass, this cable makes the sidewalls of the board the strongest part of the board.

 

The strength of the Mod Pour and Carbon R3 technology means a board will want to maintain its intended rocker line through a transition, trough and landing impact beyond a conventional layup. A torsionally stiffer ride allowing the board to create more angle and speed out of a turn by preventing the profile from flexing side to side.

 

Mod Pour Construction:
This demanding alternative core is made from an exclusive blend of carbon and atoms with a higher strength to weight ratio.

 

Artwork:
Screened UV clear top / neon GP yellow, 3-D, and pearl inks / machined aluminium emblem / recessed multi-faceted badge underneath the topsheet.

 

Slider Fins:
A fin actually designed to be used on rails! Wider profile, flatter bottom surface and a durable construction ready for anything in it's way. Also designed for riders that like that "finless" feel, the wider design creates turbulence giving it a looser contact with the water.

 

Fins:

Comes complete with 4 x Fibreglass 1.0" Fins and 4 x Fibreglass 0.8” Slider Fins.

 

Ronix One ATR 2011 Wakeboard:

 

Why go to 6" Wakeboard Boot Plates?
6” patterns are now standard on many bindings and boards. 6” binding plates are lighter, stronger and have less torsional flex.

 

* Riders can choose to use both inside and outside mounting locations on Strata track boards. Four additional Strata track t-nuts will be required.

 

You have 6” binding plates and a wake or board with an 8” hole pattern. Are they compatible?
Yes, Liquid Force, CWB and Ronix have binding plate extenders that allow you the full range of stance options.

 

How do I measure my inserts?
Wakeboard Insert Spread refers to the hole pattern on your wakeboard or kiteboard. It is the distance from any hole in the outer group of holes to the corresponding hole in the inner group for each boot mounting area (either Left or Right). Both Hyperlite Strata and Slingshot Fastrack Mounting Systems have infinite stance options.

 

Highlighted Features:

  • Shaped by Danny Harf
  • Rounded Centre Rails
  • Sintered Base
  • Carbon Fibre Stiffness
  • Three-Stage Rocker
  • Mod Pour Core Construction
  • Thin Profile
  • Clean Centre Bottom Design
  • Side Vents
  • Krypto Cable Sidewall Construction
  • Monocoque Construction
  • Fins: 4 x 1.0 inch Fibreglass and 4x 0.8 inch Fibreglass Slider Fins

Ronix One ATR Wakeboard Sizes

One ATR 134

140lb-160lb

63-72kg

9-11 Stone

One ATR 138

160lb-175lb

72-79kg

11-12 Stone

One ATR 142

165lb-175lb

74-79kg

11-12 Stone

One ATR 146

175lb +

79kg+

12+ Stone

 

Specs

Waist Width
Rocker Size
Stance Width

One ATR 134

16.4"/41.7cm

4.0"/6.1cm

21.5"/25.5"

One ATR 138

16.6"/42.2cm

2.5"/6.4cm

22.5"/26.5"

One ATR 142

16.8"/42.7cm

2.6" 6.6cm

23.5"/27.5"

One ATR 146

16.8"/42.7cm

2.7 /6.9cm

24.0"/28.0"

 

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Ronix One ATR Wakeboard
Ronix One ATR 2011 Wakeboard - £389.00

Ronix One ATR 2011 134 Wakeboard:

- £389.00

Ronix One ATR 2011 138 Wakeboard:

- £389.00

Ronix One ATR 2011 142 Wakeboard:

- £389.00

Ronix One ATR 2011 146 Wakeboard:

- £389.00

 

Specs

Specifications:

 

Rounded Centre Rails:

Rounded rails through the centre, with a angled bevel prevent that all too familiar edge catching digger, creating an even mellower transitioned carve.

 

Sintered Base:

The most durable non-stick compound Ronix have ever tested on rails without loosing any glide speed on the water. This exclusive base was formulated from a powder by heating the material in a sintering furnace below it's melting point until the particles bond to one another.

 

A higher purity of a compound that preserves it's bond over time. No obstacle is safe at cable parks with the Ronix jib friendly material!

 

Rocker and Base Features:

An exaggerated rocker profile designed with a later arc (closer to the tip / tail) and a higher degree arc angle (10°), make for a straight up explosive pop off the wake. This style of rocker creates instant energy the second the tip hits the wake creating a more intense buck with less effort.

 

Specifically designed to mesh with Ronix’s Carbon R3 Technology – for durable flex and strength – you’ll experience everything the wake has to offer day after day.

 

Stiffness:

A carbon fibre weave provides a more rigid layup than a traditional fibreglass constructed wakeboard. These properties are also less likely to break down, with superior weight, and help the board maintain the intended rocker line. There is so much energy taking place when a board hits the trough of the wake, peak, and landing.

 

A 2.8" subtle 3 stage rocker can become much higher or lower during a transition, take off, and landing. This year Ronix went with more carbon on their ATR edition. The result is you can ride the board the way the rocker line was designed.

 

Thin Profile:

Reducing Swing Weight

 

Clean Centre Bottom Design:

This rockerline leaves the wake and lands with more forward momentum so there is no need for big channels to reduce the impact on landings.

 

Side Vents:
For a stronger grip up the wake.

 

Carbon Techology:
Ride the board the way it was intended to be ridden with the most carbon maintaining the original rocker line - reacting 7 times quicker than fibreglass!

 

Krypto Cable:
Makes the sidewalls the strongest part of the board – not the weakest, along with a torsionally stiffer board. Different fibres are brewed up and then woven together to make a stronger compound. The Krypto cable surrounds the profile of the board and is fused together with Mod Pour construction.

 

Combined with Ronix's monocoque laminated glass, this cable makes the sidewalls of the board the strongest part of the board.

 

The strength of the Mod Pour and Carbon R3 technology means a board will want to maintain its intended rocker line through a transition, trough and landing impact beyond a conventional layup. A torsionally stiffer ride allowing the board to create more angle and speed out of a turn by preventing the profile from flexing side to side.

 

Mod Pour Construction:
This demanding alternative core is made from an exclusive blend of carbon and atoms with a higher strength to weight ratio.

 

Artwork:
Screened UV clear top / neon GP yellow, 3-D, and pearl inks / machined aluminium emblem / recessed multi-faceted badge underneath the topsheet.

 

Slider Fins:
A fin actually designed to be used on rails! Wider profile, flatter bottom surface and a durable construction ready for anything in it's way. Also designed for riders that like that "finless" feel, the wider design creates turbulence giving it a looser contact with the water.

 

Fins:

Comes complete with 4 x Fibreglass 1.0" Fins and 4 x Fibreglass 0.8” Slider Fins.

 

Why go to 6" Wakeboard Boot Plates?
6” patterns are now standard on many bindings and boards. 6” binding plates are lighter, stronger and have less torsional flex.

 

* Riders can choose to use both inside and outside mounting locations on Strata track boards. Four additional Strata track t-nuts will be required.

 

You have 6” binding plates and a wake or board with an 8” hole pattern. Are they compatible?
Yes, Liquid Force, CWB and Ronix have binding plate extenders that allow you the full range of stance options.

 

How do I measure my inserts?
Wakeboard Insert Spread refers to the hole pattern on your wakeboard or kiteboard. It is the distance from any hole in the outer group of holes to the corresponding hole in the inner group for each boot mounting area (either Left or Right). Both Hyperlite Strata and Slingshot Fastrack Mounting Systems have infinite stance options.

 

Highlighted Features:

  • Shaped by Danny Harf
  • Rounded Centre Rails
  • Sintered Base
  • Carbon Fibre Stiffness
  • Three-Stage Rocker
  • Mod Pour Core Construction
  • Thin Profile
  • Clean Centre Bottom Design
  • Side Vents
  • Krypto Cable Sidewall Construction
  • Monocoque Construction
  • Fins: 4 x 1.0 inch Fibreglass and 4x 0.8 inch Fibreglass Slider Fins
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