Funny guy! Yes, we live in an area that happens to have a no wind or very light wind season. We also have though a windy season to go along with it. Yeah, too bad for us we can't live where it blows all day every day. However, we choose to still have fun at the beach and on the water even when we are restricted by light winds. It's still fun. Is this a bad thing?
Down at the Masters in Miami that just past, alot of the riders were unable to perform their magic. This was due in large to the fact tht the winds were so light. However, they weren't so light that you couldn't ride and you couldn't jump. The riders that DO take the time to still ride when winds are light are the riders that will excel in such competitions with such conditions. The riders that choose to stay off the water unless it's blowing 17 knots or above lose when they find themselves in a light winded competition. So, really, you should learn to ride in ALL wind. Even if you are not competing, it's still nice to know that you will make it back to shore if the winds drop to 6 or 7 instead of swimming in or coming in a mile downwind and walking back.
Us poor bastards, you SHOULD feel for us! Or better yet, if you'd like, just go ahead and feel ME!
Da fing is, the man asked how low of wind you can jump in and I answered him. murdoc followed up with details on getting it done. Sp we are all content. Go away and leave us alone fokiten.
just kiddin' bro, it's all good.