William Munney wrote:
Good video. I took my board (2011 Cabrinha 183) out yesterday for the second time. Still a bit rough starting on my switch side and I think I'm going to have to do some toe pointing stretches to keep it flat while in the correct stance.
Would you take your raceboard out for recreational riding on a day that's windy enough for a twin tip?
I've been riding that same board for about a year now. It depends on how choppy your location is. Here, it gets too choppy when the wind is over 16 or 17 knots. With that amount of wind we have 2 foot chop really closely spaced, so you can't really keep the board up to speed. I've tried the board up to the low 20's, but it's just no fun in the heavy chop.
I do choose the raceboard over the twintip though when it's blowing 15 knots