Simon Crabtree isn’t a pro, nor is he bothered (most likely). Yet he was still out there scoring some fun conditions at Dorset’s premier reef break (Kimmeridge Bay) at the start of 2018. You can see in the vid how much he’s enjoying the session. It may have been on the cooler side but we’re pretty sure Si’s stoke fires were burning bright and keeping him nice and toasty. WSUK salutes you and all you other windsurfers who are just in it for the love…
Pics: James Jagger Having used a number of Monty Spindler’s windsurf sail designs there’s a glaringly obvious trait running through all. Every design has two faces – the Oxygen 7.3m being no different. Once sheathed to its ideal mast the minimum setting displays an impressively bellied out main section that’s shaped for pure power and low end planing. Whack the […]
As Storm Doris bashed the west of the UK a hardy bunch of wave warriors stormed the West Welsh coast in a bid to score some epic conditions. Here’s the edit from Puravida’s crew who managed to snag a banging session at a lesser known Welsh reef.
The goita, which crossed over from waves to flat water via the ponch (invented by Maui based Kevin Ponchitera), is a new school wave move that sees riders hit the lip before throwing the sail to windward and towards the tail. This causes the rider and board to rotate over the rig in 360 fashion and ideally land back on […]