Moonshine MFG and Ronin Trucks are excited to announce the latest additions to the growing Moonshine Mfg. longboard lineup: the Tucker and Pro Tucker race boards.
These downhill race boards are collaboration between Moonshine MFG and Ronin Trucks, combining Moonshine’s unique and bomber, high-performance construction with the DNA from Ronin’s renowned and world-record holdings speed outline.
“I’ve been going to the Agenda trade show in Long Beach for years; Moonshine MFG was the first thing I’ve seen in five years that caught my eye,” said Fred Bauman, founder and CEO of Ronin Trucks. “With their revolutionary new construction, I knew I had to meet these guys. Moonshine is the perfect partner, with the perfect technology, to help bring the legacy of the GMR/Ronin Tucker and Pro Tucker back to the market.”
Moonshine and Ronin teams have been testing and perfecting this race-ready setup in the hills of Glendora, CA for the past several months. The deck features medium concave and micro drop rocker that allow riders to stay locked-in at speed, while providing maximum foot comfort and maneuverability. The urethane truck mounts deliver a smooth, vibration-dampened ride and, like all Moonshine decks, the Tucker and Pro Tucker are lined with urethane rails, making them waterproof and impact resistant.
Hand made at Moonshine’s Distillery Factory in the Pacific Northwest, the Tucker is another outstanding addition to our lineup of high-end longboards that meet the rigorous demands of our 100-Proof stamp of approval
The Tucker complete ships with a race-ready set up of RONIN cast trucks and White Lightning 70mm Grip wheels, while the carbon-constructed PRO Tucker complete comes with a set up of legendary machined RONIN billet trucks (45 degree front, 30 degree back) and White Lightning 70mm Grip wheels.
“Ronin is the undisputed industry-leader in precision, performance trucks,” said Jeff Logosz, founder and CEO of Moonshine Mfg. “This collaboration is a great marriage of top-of-the-industry technologies that create the ultimate downhill set up.”