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Big thanks to The Snowpost - July Edition for the write up! We are really excited to introduce our Wintersteiger tuning machine. The team in the workshop at Rhythm Snow Sports have a new shiny toy to play with. The Wintersteiger Mercury is a monster machine that is fully programmable to tune all boards and skis. The advanced machine is Austrian made and one of only three in Australia at the moment. From a basic all-round service to a full race tune up, it does it all. Rhythm Machine2 It grinds bases, does your edges and puts structure in the base of your equipment, giving it the ultimate service. Structure is very important, just like the tread on a tyre, and this machine is the best and easiest way of getting the job done. The Wintersteiger technicians can even program the Mercury all the way over in Austria should there be any issues with how it is running. Starting out in a ski hire shop at the age of 12, Stuart Hodges has been in the snow industry for more than 30 years. Passionate about everything snow, he is very excited to have such an impressive addition to the workshop. “The thing is worth more than my house,” he says, “It is state of the art and will give any skis or board the best possible treatment, improving performance and safety on the slopes.” For a full basic service, the price is $100 and for a top-end racing tune, including hand waxing, you’re looking at about $150. It’ll feel like you’ve got a brand new set of skis or board when you hit the slopes after visiting the Rhythm workshop this winter. Rhythm is now the biggest snow sports store in Australia with a huge range of gear to buy or hire. So come along for helpful and friendly advice from the experienced team for everything you need this winter. To keep up to date with local news and events head to www.monaropost.com.au For tips on your Snow Sport equipment stay in touch with us: facebook/rhythmsnowsports instagram: @rhythmsnowsports twitter: @rhythmsnowsport

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