List Price US $229
Ride Rodeo Snowboard Binding Review And Buying Advice
Riding Level Intermediate - Expert
Quick Release No
Manufactured in China
Canted Footbed Yes
Burton Channel Compatible Yes
Mini disc No
Approx. Weight Feels Normal

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Boot Support


Turn Initiation




Binding Adjustability Good
Stance Adjustability Great
Comfort Great
Ratchet System Good
Shock Absorption Excellent

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Ride Rodeo 2017 - 2011 Review by The Good Ride

The Ride Rodeo Snowboard Binding is a very likeable binding that could fit a wide variety of riders.

Ethics Statement: We don’t get paid by the manufacturer to write these reviews.  No one is perfect and we do make money from the “Where To Buy” links below, but this is our best attempt at an honest and objective review from an average riders’ perspective.

Days: 1
RidersJames, Peter, Kyle, Jimbo, Eli, Mary,
Boots: Burton Ion, Nike Kaiju
Boards: Ride Crook

Flex: Medium twist but pulling back on it feels maybe on the stiff side of medium

Adjustability: Pretty decent adjustability.

Comfort: Good comfort but the more we wear Ride bindings the more we aren’t that into how the toe strap is a bit narrow on the sides. Also, the rubbery webbing in the middle stretches a lot so we felt the need to crank it down more to makes sure it doesn’t slip off. Because the narrow sides it collapsed our boots and we didn’t like that feeling on the sides of our feet.

Turn Initiation: Nice smooth turn initiation that we felt handled the easy turning crook no problem with the response to spare.  The cool thing is it didn’t feel like the Rodeo overpowered or made the Crook feel twitchy either.

Buttering: Pretty easy to butter and you can feel the board flex easy underfoot. I like the mini disc and how it makes the binding work better with the boards natural flex.

Boot Support: We all liked the asymmetrical ankle strap and how it supported us where we wanted it but as mentioned above we didn’t feel the toe strap was the best. It pulls the boot in well enough if you crank it down.

Ratchet System: Decent ratchet system and it felt smooth enough.  It doesn’t own the ratchet world but it seems like it’s reliable enough to last a while.

Shock Absorption: Love the shock absorption.  It’s like riding on a responsive canted pillow. Probably one of the best qualities of this binding.

The 2013-2015 Ride Rodeo Binding has an upgrade to the Chassis where there is now a smaller disc (mini disc) so there is less contact with the board than before. This makes for an easier flex underfoot and better response.

So, all in all, we liked the Rodeo and if you can get past the toe strap issues we had then this isn’t a bad binding at all.

2015, 2014 and 2013 Ride Rodeo Bindings are all pretty similar in terms of the ride but we like the ankle strap better with the 2014 and 2015.

The Ride Rodeo has a lot of new 2012 tech but still has some good things from 2011. The old is the highback which was new for 2011 but it’s still a great high back.  The ankle strap and toe strap are an old tech as well but they still do a great job. The Rodeo has the new chassis that really does a good job with flex under foot and turn initiation.

Ride also has a 2 hole disc to accommodate Burton’s 2 Channel system boards.

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