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Created by colas > 9 months ago, 17 Jul 2019
allesad
35 posts
2 Oct 2020 12:26AM
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Nice! What are the conditions? Wind speed? Size of Wing? Size of Foil? Rider Weight? Board Size.

Looks like Winging is more efficient that the windsurfer who was in the video.

dejavu
331 posts
2 Oct 2020 10:08PM
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Some nice transitions in this video:

DavidJohn
VIC, 16582 posts
3 Oct 2020 5:45AM
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dejavu said..
Some nice transitions in this video:



Very nice lay down gybe type transitions

dejavu
331 posts
4 Oct 2020 3:20AM
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Three ways to tack:

blueplanetsurf
239 posts
4 Oct 2020 9:10AM
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In this voiceover video we talk about learning new tricks:

Youngbreezy
WA, 714 posts
10 Nov 2020 9:34PM
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Now this is some epic winging

Windgenuity
NSW, 436 posts
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12 Nov 2020 11:55AM
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Fun Up/Down winder yesterday. Unfortunately the forecast didn't come in as predicted. It actually got so light I came off foil and struggled to get back up at Newport Reef. But even so, a great fun DW'er back milking it for what I could.

Riding the Hover 110, Jet 1400HA/310HA/75cm and Wing-Surfer 5.3m.

Here's a quick minute of some of free-winging action.



Here's the track I did.

Ride safe,

JB

JB
NSW, 2149 posts
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12 Nov 2020 9:09PM
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Today was too much fun, ins and outs at Fishermans beach. The bumps were amazing. The wind was actually very light and difficult to get onto the foil when I came off, but once you got onto the bump train it was irrelevant. Just surfing the whole way back down wind after each work upwind.

Wind NE 8-13kn.
Riding - Hover 110 with JET 1400HA/310HA/75cm and the Wingsurfer 5.3m

Here's a quick vid of what the glides were like, doesn't do it any justice though. FUN!!



A few sats too,




Ride safe,

JB

JB
NSW, 2149 posts
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29 Nov 2020 8:25PM
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Here's a bit of an edit from today's Up/Dw Wind run. Unfortunately the wind kicked in after the tide turned, so the bumps were a little light on, so I left the wing up for the DW'er (plan was to paddle-Foil DW). But all in all, good fun for a gusty NorNor-Wester.



Here's a few stats also,

This was the upwind run from Station beach, Palm Beach to Flint and Steel.

And this is the DW leg from Flint and Steel round Barrenjoey to Palm beach ocean side.


Such a good run even when it's light with no tide. Amazing with wind and tide.

Enjoy,

ride safe,

JB

dejavu
331 posts
2 Dec 2020 2:06AM
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Great White North in November. North shore of Lake Ontario -- big winds, big swell and flat water between the swells -- near Picton, Ontario, Canada -- Just before it's too cold to do anything sane outside.

Jethrow
NSW, 950 posts
2 Dec 2020 6:32AM
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"Just before it's too cold to do anything sane outside"

After living in Canada for a number of years and looking at the gear you're wearing, I think the sanity ship has already sailed DeJa!

dejavu
331 posts
2 Dec 2020 8:52AM
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"Just before it's too cold to do anything sane outside"

After living in Canada for a number of years and looking at the gear you're wearing, I think the sanity ship has already sailed DeJa!


I'm not the crazy one in the video -- too old for that! However, I'm not far from this spot so next summer I may give it a try. Lake Ontario starts to warm up by mid July but with a steamer maybe at the end of June.

Here's a video of warmer waters and an eleven year old who puts me to shame (the Robbie Naish of winging?)!

Windbot
262 posts
2 Dec 2020 2:39PM
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Bobo's crossing is definitely worth casting to the big screen, it's beautifully filmed.

Jethrow
NSW, 950 posts
2 Dec 2020 8:21PM
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dejavu said..

Jethrow said..
"Just before it's too cold to do anything sane outside"

After living in Canada for a number of years and looking at the gear you're wearing, I think the sanity ship has already sailed DeJa!



I'm not the crazy one in the video -- too old for that! However, I'm not far from this spot so next summer I may give it a try. Lake Ontario starts to warm up by mid July but with a steamer maybe at the end of June.

Here's a video of warmer waters and an eleven year old who puts me to shame (the Robbie Naish of winging?)!



All good @Dejavu, just messing with ya!

I remember training on I-14's out of Ashbridges Bay SC in late May (full dry suits) and having to keep shake the spinnaker sheets so they wouldn't freeze, so my sanity is way gone!

I do miss my years in T.O and hope to be back one day

JB
NSW, 2149 posts
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25 Dec 2020 11:00AM
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Another long one, sorry kids.

Had a fun run in Broken bay yesterday. The wind was light, but a heap of fun. Only did the one big run as I came off foil at the end and it was hard getting back up in the light wind, so opted to head back into Pittwater.

Riding a sample/proto foil 914cm2 on the 85cm mast with the 280HA rear wing all on the Hover 125 and Wing-Surfer 5.3m.

This is basically majority of the DW run. Some stats below for those interested.

enjoy,



My full journey from home, upwind to Barrenjoey, then out into Broken bay.


Just the DW fun glide (video).

ride safe,

JB

Can555
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25 Dec 2020 12:53PM
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dejavu said..
Great White North in November. North shore of Lake Ontario -- big winds, big swell and flat water between the swells -- near Picton, Ontario, Canada -- Just before it's too cold to do anything sane outside.



Great video; looks like a super fun spot! I'm over on Vancouver Island where it's comparatively balmy. Which Armstrong setup where you riding? Looks like HS 1250? 85 mast?

dejavu
331 posts
25 Dec 2020 1:14PM
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Not me in the video (too cold for me). You are partially right -- 1250 Armstrong wing on the 100 cm. mast.

hilly
WA, 5825 posts
28 Dec 2020 9:04AM
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Struggling getting useful content off the GoPro Fusion 360 camera
Latest effort is ok. Drag the view around to avoid looking at my arse

kobo
NSW, 495 posts
28 Dec 2020 2:43PM
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Looks good Hilly, like the drag and look around function very cool.What foil wings you on ? and does the 360 view make the waves look flatter smaller ?

azymuth
WA, 1269 posts
28 Dec 2020 6:16PM
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You might have to fast-forward a little
Heaps of smooth windwing transitions by Pete this morning

hilly
WA, 5825 posts
28 Dec 2020 7:02PM
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Looks good Hilly, like the drag and look around function very cool.What foil wings you on ? and does the 360 view make the waves look flatter smaller ?


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I like to think th 360 makes it look small.

kobo
NSW, 495 posts
29 Dec 2020 1:14PM
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hilly said..

kobo said..
Looks good Hilly, like the drag and look around function very cool.What foil wings you on ? and does the 360 view make the waves look flatter smaller ?



1250 232
I like to think th 360 makes it look small.


Great , haven't had a chance to wing 1250 yet , but lovin it prone , pumps fast and easy and carves fantastic ,looking forward to DW on it when conditions improve.I was thinking the waves looked decent size on your video which made me think either they were huge ( some 360 cameras flatten everything) or the camera is giving a true perspective of their size ( 3-4 ft ? )

hilly
WA, 5825 posts
29 Dec 2020 10:45PM
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kobo said..

hilly said..


kobo said..
Looks good Hilly, like the drag and look around function very cool.What foil wings you on ? and does the 360 view make the waves look flatter smaller ?




1250 232
I like to think th 360 makes it look small.



Great , haven't had a chance to wing 1250 yet , but lovin it prone , pumps fast and easy and carves fantastic ,looking forward to DW on it when conditions improve.I was thinking the waves looked decent size on your video which made me think either they were huge ( some 360 cameras flatten everything) or the camera is giving a true perspective of their size ( 3-4 ft ? )


They were huge

blueplanetsurf
239 posts
30 Dec 2020 2:38AM
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All about the Wing Master board shape:

JB
NSW, 2149 posts
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31 Dec 2020 4:17PM
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Here's another quick clip. A bit boring to watch, but it was a super fun run. First time I have made it up past Scotland island. The wind normally gets real funky and shifty, but this time on the larger foil and small Wing, it was easy to smoke all the way to Bayview.

My original plan was to free-wing back, but there was minimal bumps, not really enough, so instead I just B-Lined it home which turned out to be lots of fun.

This video is just the DW part. My stats are below showing the entire run and just the DW portion.



This is the full run.

And this is just the DW part.


Plenty of fun. Was riding the Naish Hover 125 and testing a new 2140HA Foil (2140/310/85) and the 3.6m Wing-Surfer.

An impressive average speed all up and DW really. Could of done with a little more wind, but good anyway.

Enjoy,

JB

Jethrow
NSW, 950 posts
31 Dec 2020 5:33PM
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What day was that JB? How do you find the big foil/ little wing combo?

DavidJohn
VIC, 16582 posts
1 Jan 2021 9:22AM
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dejavu
331 posts
1 Jan 2021 7:56AM
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Water + wind + Muller =

hilly
WA, 5825 posts
5 Jan 2021 8:22AM
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A few random shots from a long way away. Quality a bit hit and miss but you get the idea.
Rollerbladers of the ocean
Thanks for filming Jas

Alysum
NSW, 678 posts
5 Jan 2021 2:04PM
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hilly said..
A few random shots from a long way away. Quality a bit hit and miss but you get the idea.
Rollerbladers of the ocean
Thanks for filming Jas



Nice to see all the Smik presence !

Larry Foiler clearly looks fast on the Axis black series.



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