BIC TECHNO 130 (FOIL-READY)
11 999,00 kr
KATEGORI FREERIDE- FOIL
En helt ny bräda från BIC som passar för Freeride med senaste design och för Foil. BIC var en av dom första att hoppa på FOIL med samarbetet ihop med KERFOIL. Denna nya Freeride / FOIL brädan är en perfekt modell om du vill ha en grym allroundbräda som även är speciellt framtagen för att passa windfoil.
Komplettera med Select S1 fena och/eller windfoil.
Brand new Wind FOIL 130L windsurf board.
User target : Freeride windsurfing and foiling in light-medium wind conditions :
•Wind FOIL 10-20 knots of wind.
•Freeride windsurfing 15-25 knots, with 6.8 – 8.5 sails. - 2 years of development and testing to achieve a board that offers exciting freeride performance in both Wind FOIL & windsurfing conditions, yet remains accessible to the large majority of potential users. -
•TECHNO WIND FOIL – ACE-TEC construction, made in BIC Sport, France, including a NEW digital direct graphic printing providing maximum shelf appeal.
boards delivered with a high quality SELECT Edge 43 cm DTT fin for maximum freeride performance in windsurfing model.
: For most people, freeride windfoiling will be about making use of light wind (sub-18 knots) and flying back and forth. Gybes will then be the move of choice I think. This is a good thing and definitely the main area industry bods should be focusing on rather than pouring all energy into high performance ends of the spectrum - foilstyle and racing (although these niches do need due attention as well).
. Flying back and forth in , with the sun beating down and nobody else on the water is pretty much picture postcard perfect. This was my scene most days this summer with the UK experiencing Mediterranean like conditions , effortlessly. It was like this for about 7 weeks!
The other reason is I can be on than most others. If it's 25-30 knots then great. But for everything below that threshold being able to use your small sails when all other riders are still on big rigs is just bliss. Why restle with anything bigger when you don't need to...?
I don't think there's a level that we can categorically say is when you should start foiling. In one of your , Marcello was explaining how he takes beginner windsurfers and transitions them to foiling as soon as they've cracked the sport's fundamentals. And why not? After all, learning to foil is no harder than learning to plane using a harness and footstraps.
In fact, due to there being no real necessity to use footstraps and harnesses foiling for progressing riders could end up being easier. For most sailors looking at foiling they'll already be planing comfortably. Some maybe going round corners whilst others will be aiming to crack that elusive carve gybe.
|230 cm||81.5 cm||9.5 kg||130 L||ACE-TEC|
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