Skate Phoenix created a video that shows the Lunch Tray is not just a freeride board. You can also skate it through the city and cruise on it. DB team rider Jason Bither took the DB Lunch Tray out to lunch and showed us the funkier side of the board's capabilities. This video was filmed and edited by Sean Tobin.
The Lunch Tray
Learn More About the Lunch Tray Longboard
The Lunch Tray is the perfect board for both freeriding and downhill skateboarding. The board's unique symmetrical design features flared wheel wells that give the rider more wheel clearance than ever thought possible. The front and rear flares also provide perfect pockets (in front of and directly over the bolts) for locking in and great leverage points for both heelside and toeside slides. This board features 1" of continuous rocker and .69" of continuous concave. With your foot bumped up against the flares your feet will stick to this board like peanut butter on toast. Although the kicktails appear flat, the 1" rocker gives them additional leverage while maintaining a close relationship to the ground for "ollieability" with reverse kingpin trucks. Did we mention this board is flush mounted so your trucks will ride with their true geometry? What could be better? OH YEAH it's made by DB in the USA.
Drop: 1.125", Concave: .5"
Construction: 8 ply maple
Trucks: Atlas 48* RKP Black
Wheels: Cloudride Ozone 70mm 80a
Bearings: Cloudride Abec 7
Bearing Spacers: Cloud Ride
Grip Tape: EZ Grip Fine
Hardware: Black 1.25 Phillips