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5 118319 Mon April 26, 2004
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100% of reviewers $314.50 4.8

Board Specifications:
Length: 137 cm
Mid width: 16.7"
Tip width: 9.6"
Rocker height: 2.7"
Rocker type: Abrupt 3-stage
Stance options: 17-23"
Fin configuration: Four 1.0" molded-in/Two 1.2" P-Wing
Skill level: Advanced
Construction: Biolite core
MSRP: $420.00
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  • Manufacturer's Description:
    In the last three years Scott Bouchard and I have designed eight different shapes with Hyperlite. The designs we've come up with have helped create the idea for the Premier series and the Parks series, plus boards from some of the other guys. We know what works, and we're always trying to come up with the freshest ideas.

    I didn't want to change my shape for this year because my line of boards does everything I was looking for. My board gets so much traction from the deep molded-in outer fins, cupped rails, and the two-tier rail. A Byerly board has a lot of grip, but it still releases quickly off the wake because the center fin is only 1.2" deep. My pro model still has the "Byerly pop", explosive, abrupt, whatever you want to call it - it suits my style. It also lands a lot softer with the center beam in the middle.
    -- Scott Byerly

    Byerly Features:

  • 2.8" 3-Stage Rocker - a bucking pop off the wake for an explosive wake to wake style.
  • Two Tier Rail - the board doesn't sit quite as deep on the water as a step down rail but has just as much edge hold.
  • Deep Center Beam - super smooth landings even with a 3-stage kick.
  • Two 1.2" P-Wing Machined Aluminum Fins - designed for a quick release and a moderate feel.
  • Four 1.0" Deep Molded-In Fins - Hyperlite's thinnest and deepest molded-in fins for a knees bent style of riding that relies more on the outer fin.
  • Deep Cupped Rails - a more responsive grip into a rail-ride turn.
  • Vented Channels - less friction on the water when on rail for a faster feel.
  • Jib Base - a stronger material with a more controlled feel for riders looking to get their jib on.
  • Butch Innovation - Scott Bouchard and Byerly continue to push the limits of progressive wakeboard shapes.
  • Keywords: Byerly Biolite 137

    Josh R

    Registered: January 2003
    Posts: 3163
    Review Date: Mon May 26, 2003 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 5 

    Pros: MAJOR Byerly pop
    Cons: Tracks like it's on rails with center fin.

    Had the opportunity to ride this board on several occasions, and I've always loved the pop it gives you. I find I get more pop with this than the Parks board. It'll really buck you right up, and frankly it is probably my favourite board in this respect.

    I personally perfer the last generation shape to this one, but it is still a great ride. I don't like the way this board edges as much as the previous shape, especially with the fins in. It's far to grippy, like it's on tracks. Once they are removed, it is however a much more enjoyable ride.

    I'd recommend this board to anyone how loves the aggressive and abrupt way a 3-stage board will buck you up off the wake.

    Registered: May 2003
    Posts: 34
    Review Date: Fri June 13, 2003 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $238.00 | Rating: 5 

    Pros: sweet graphic....wicked pop off the wake
    Cons: wondering if the seams of the board will unravel

    just bought this board today...havent gotten a chance to ride it yet...hoping to get higher in the air than farther out in the flats.....its a good thing i work at a hyperlite retailer....
    refuse to conform

    Registered: June 2003
    Posts: 13
    Review Date: Sun June 29, 2003 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $350.00 | Rating: 5 

    Pros: crazy pop, great edge hold
    Cons: none

    i love this board so much! it has so much pop. i ride it without center fins because it's too tight with them. i like the way it rides better than the premier. it's a little easier to control. it jibs really well. i busted part of the fin off because our slider is poorly made. mad props
    roller rider

    Registered: October 2003
    Posts: 5
    Review Date: Thu October 23, 2003 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $320.00 | Rating: 5 

    Pros: awsome pop
    Cons: nonw

    i love the pop this board has! i ride with out the fins on and once your comfortable without the fins you can ride any other way.

    Registered: January 2003
    Posts: 463
    Review Date: Mon April 26, 2004 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $350.00 | Rating: 4 

    Pros: nice pop, rides nice
    Cons: i didnt care for the flame skull bottom

    I thought this is a great board, im a snowboarder and with out the fins it felt similar to the snowboarding feel, great pop a little inconsitance but with all 3 stage its like that. great sliding board.

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