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Re: Race board availability!

Postby newind » Fri May 25, 2012 8:36 pm

it is clear that I do not know the English language
I mean
I believe that the chances should be equal for all athletes and builders to participate in the Olympics.
I can not confront the production quantity of RRD and North
not for this I have to be cut off
I must have time to grow as they have had their
or the Olympics are already assigned?
is already written who should and who should not participate?
if you create a law does not harm anyone.
I hope to be wrong
but my impression is that these boards are scary
please tell me I'm wrong

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Re: Race board availability!

Postby g0nz0 » Tue May 29, 2012 9:19 am

In the UK the Naish Venturi 70 wide is easily available. It's an IKA registered shape & remains the same for the 2013 season. I've just picked one up, after riding Sectors for a while, and I'm surprised how easy it is compared to the older race boards I've tried in the past (Nomad, Aguera 59). I can actually ride this fast down wind :thumb:

It does seem a little heavier than some race boards, but I'm thinking that should give it good long term durability. Question for the guys who have been on this board for a while - What fins work well on this board in lighter conditions? Im about 76kg & we ride in fairly choppy conditions in various wind strengths. Supplied fins are 38cm fronts with a couple of degrees of cant, back is 36. I guess they are what makes the board easy to ride & will be good for when the wind picks up.


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Re: Race board availability!

Postby ronnie » Tue May 29, 2012 9:23 am

The Rista fin size guide.

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