Windsurfing UK’s editor, Tez Plavenieks, gives us a little preview of what’s to come as far as windfoil test reports are concerned in the next issue. Here we’re looking at AHD’s AFS-2 high performance 100% carbon hyrdrofoil and Horue’s entry level carbon/stainless steel mix H1o Evo.
Pics: Jonny Williams, Mike Pringuer. Words: WSUK, Tom Pringuer. Over the past few weeks we’ve been putting the Tahe Techno Wind Foil 6.3m windfoil specific sail through its paces. We’ve tested it in every kind of condition from super light wind (less than 10 knots) to more solid blows (up to 25 knots). To shed more light on the Tahe […]
The second instalment of our Club Classics series, which focuses on classic windsurf kit still in use by many, focuses on BIC’s uber popular Techno 283 (or ‘old blue’ as we like to call her). This look back is quite timely with WSUK currently putting the BIC’s 2018 One Design 293 through its paces. (Check out the first Club Classics […]
This test is published in partnership with foilshop.co.uk Review: Tez Plavenieks Pics: Oli Lane-Peirce This isn’t the first time I’ve tested the half hard, half inflatable board concept. For Windsurfing UK’s sister magazine SUP Mag UK I was lucky enough to hop aboard one of the first Pendle Boards (which is essentially what the DUO Boards Wind 130L is) and […]