Options and Accessories
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Binding Blocking Sets
We currently have binding blocking sets for the following 4 bindings:
- Head Freeflex Evo 20 X RD and Fischer RC 4 Z 20X Race Service Freeflex bindings
- Marker Comp 20 and 30 bindings
- Marker Race Xcell and Xcomp 24 bindings
- Atomic/Salomon X20 EGA bindings
The blocking set consists of a front binding, rear block and a pin.
According to the RESNA standard, ski bindings for monoskis are not intended to release. The front plate prevents the toe binding from releasing under most circumstances and mounts under the binding. Professional mounting using longer bolts is recommended. The rear block is CNC milled and made from material with high low-temperature ductility.
Front Plate $63/piece – Rear Block $43/piece – Long Locking pin $4/piece – Set (Plate, Block, and Pin) $100 ($10 discount)
Front Plate $63/piece – Rear Block $40/piece – Locking pin $4/piece – Set (Plate, Block, and Pin) $97 ($10 discount)
Marker Race Xcell and Xcomp 24 Binding Blocking Set
Front plate $68/piece (Xcell: 4 hole, Xcomp: 3 hole) – Rear Block $45/piece – Locking Pin $4/piece
Set 1: (1 Plate, 1 Block, and 1 Pin) for single binding $110 ($7 discount)
Set 2: (2 Plates, 1 Block, and 1 Pin) for a pair of bindings $170 ($15 discount)
Atomic/Salomon X20 Binding Blocking Set
Front Plate $67/piece – Rear Block $40/piece – Locking pin $4/piece – Set (Plate, Block, and Pin) $101 ($10 discount)
DynAccess Non-Release Binding
DynAccess has developed 2 non-release bindings systems: 1) Fixed Front Binding 2) Non-Release Binding Set
1) Fixed front binding: 85 mm wide. The drilling holes follow a Marker Comp 20/30 template.
2) The DynAccess non-release monoski binding (NRB) was designed such that the flex of the ski is minimally affected (considerably less than existing able-bodied ski bindings, including the so-called “Freeflex” bindings of Tyrolia/Head/Fischer). The binding consists of a long aluminum tube replacing the “sole” of any DynAccess monoski , two brackets mounted to the ski, six bearings, a flex link, two shafts, two quick-pins, plus various hardware.
Two relatively small brackets are mounted on the ski, using eight standard binding screws. Two quick-pins are pulled out and two shafts pushed out to remove the monoski from a ski. Limited availability. Please contact if you are interested.
DynAccess Monoski partners with Penske Racing Shocks and offers a high-performance shock absorber, specially modified for monoski applications. DynAccess is proud to be the exclusive dealer of the monoski shock. The Custom Axis Pro Air Shock is installed on the Torque 1&2 and the Tensor. It can be adjusted to a variety of riding styles, heights, and snow conditions, so you can enjoy an array of rides all while using the same shock!
Penske Racing Shocks’ Custom Coil-over shock (single rate and dual rate) is installed on the Tensor and Hydra monoski. The Dual-rate spring setup with an adjustable floating cross-over uses a 2.0″-2.25″ tender spring and a 6″ main spring. This allows for more adjustments in the spring, with a soft spring rate to handle micro-terrain when you go straight (makes in particular high-speed runs smoother) and a stiffer spring rate when you corner hard or land from jumps (less risk of bottoming out).
At Penske Racing Shocks, nothing is ever stocked on the shelf and all shocks are hand-built to order by highly skilled technicians according to the specifications of DynAccess. There are no assembly lines, no stamped out pieces, no off-shore manufacturing. The personalized attention given to every product sold provides the finest reliability, consistency, and performance. Furthermore, all shocks undergo the dyno-testing process.
Aftermarket Nissin Shock
DynAccess and Penske Racing Shocks have developed an aftermarket shock that fits Nissin monoskis. Triple adjustable damping (rebound, high, and low speed compression) and a large option for springs (linear, dual-rate, floating, or adjustable crossover) are available.
The Dual-rate spring setup with an adjustable floating cross-over uses a 2.0″-2.25″ tender spring and a 6″ main spring. This allows for more adjustments in the spring, with a soft spring rate to handle micro-terrain when you go straight (makes in particular high-speed runs smoother) and a stiffer spring rate when you corner hard or land from jumps (less risk of bottoming out).
One-piece thermo-formed plastic seats are our standard and are available in two sizes: 15″ ( 38 cm) and 17″ (43 cm) wide. They are made with high backs, allowing easier height adjustment should your seat need to be trimmed. DynAccess will trim and equip a seat with handles, a ratchet thigh strap (M2), chest belt and lap belt, red evacuation straps, and a carabiner.
Custom Aspen Seating / Ride Designs Seats
Shark Teeth (Seat Brakes)
DynAccess SharkTeeth are mounted on the outside of your bucket seat and their jagged teeth dig into the snow and ice to prevent sliding if you fall on your side.
A Seat Wedge is an option that allows you to change the sitting angle of your monoski from 28 degrees to 38 degrees.
Belts and Straps
DynAccess monoski comes standard with five straps : Chest straps (option), Waist straps, Thigh ratcheting belt, Leg straps, and Footrest straps. From 2019/20 season, new M2 GRIP Ratcheting strap & webbing rings are installed as waist straps (available for sale). A M2 Ratcheting Padded Click Straps is installed as a thigh belt. The buckles for the chest and leg strap belts are of the non-sewn type that are easy to adjust.
Options and Upgrades
A DynAccess monoski comes with a narrow foot rest as a standard. A wider footrest is available as an option. The height of the footrest is adjustable. The majority of our riders prefer the narrow footrest as it is lighter, yet very strong and durable.
Custom Foot Rests