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Komplett Foilpaket som även passar perfekt att köra med eller utan foil. BIC brädan är speciellt framtagen för att kunna foila bekvämt i vindar från 5m/s. Ihop med Gaastra Hybrid riggen får du ett kanonpaket att köra i alla freeride-förhållanden.

Paketet är komplett seglingsklart för både foil och vanlig windsurfing med Select S1 fena.

Ihop med Hybrid  riggen och Manta Foilen får du ett kanonpaket att köra supertidigt i lätta vindar.

Paketet är komplett seglingsklart för foil. För andra alternativ kontakta oss för förslag.

Produkt tillgänglig för beställning


  • Komplett bräda BIC 130 med fena (select)
  • Komplett Gaastra Hybrid rigg med Carbonmast, förlängare, mastfot, bom, uphalslina
  • Komplett Manta Foil

Vill du ha en annan foil eller rig kontakta oss så bygger vi ett paket utifrån dina önskemål.

Tez, you are an experienced freeride foiler. Could you tell us what freeride foiling is about and what you enjoy the most about it?


Tez: 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). 


There are two main reasons I like windfoilingFlying back and forth in 12 knots of wind, effortlessly, 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. It was like this for about 7 weeks!


The other reason is I can be on much smaller sails 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...?


What level do you need to be able to start freeride windfoiling?


Tez: I don't think there's a level that we can categorically say is when you should start foiling. In one of your previous articles about a light wind spot in Brazil, 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.

The brand new TECHNO FOIL is the ideal board for experiencing and enjoying freeride and foil-board riding. Conceived to do both to high level, it enables you to sail in much lighter winds, and to get maximum fun in the widest range of conditions possible. With the foil it's perfectly balanced and will have you sailing in as little as 10 knots of wind. The foil is wide, making it easy to get up, and to enjoy effortless control of the board itself. Remove the foil and you have a TECHNO that is powerful and very quickly up to planing, extremely responsive and high speed.

In this configuration you'll get the best out of it between 15 and 25 knots of wind. It's a "convertible" package that will please riders who want the best of both, light-wind foil riding and strong-wind fun.
The Techno Wind Foil is 100% Made-in-France using the BIC Sport exclusive ACE-TEC construction technology, resulting in a board with an unrivaled strength/weight ratio. The board was designed by one of the hottest shapers around, Jean-Marie Guiriec.


- A rocker line that gives a very smooth ride with maximum control, and a very balanced feel on the water.
- A width that facilitates early and easy planing.
- Thin rails facilitate easy gybing despite the board’s width. Volume and width ensure that the board powers out of gybes.
- Balanced feel makes the board very easy to power upwind.
- Softened rails refined for Foil use, also ensure that the board has a very smooth ride over choppier conditions.
- Wide wind range from 15-25 knots, ideal with sail sizes up to 8.5m², perfect when the wind is too strong for comfortable wind foiling.
- Max GPS Speeds of 31-33 knots achieved in testing confirm a very sporty ride, fast and comfortable to sail.

Key features with foil:
-Maximum stability to uphaul the sail and get started in light-wind conditions.
- With a maximum width of 81.5cm, and a width carried through to 1-ft from the tail, the board takes-off early and easily.
- Comfortable and even drive through the legs once flying. Sailing position balanced with the Foil.
- Softened rails in the front 1/3 of the board so that the board sails through touch downs and flies again quickly, with maximum control and safety.
- Refined board shape that flies efficiently through the wind, ideal for driving upwind or blasting across the wind.
- Full deck pad at the rear of the board for maximum comfort during take-off and foiling.

Length 230 cm
Width 81.5 cm
Volume 130 L