Willing to consider offers because I need to shift it asap....I don't want this poor kit sat here being uneglected collecting dust for any longer! Please e mail me for more info or pics, or to make an offer email@example.com
2012 JP twinser quad 68 litre - ₤680
In amazing condition, abosultely no repairs or anything. This is a great board, sick for wave riding and really light for jumping
2012 Neil pryde Fly2 4.8 in pink/blue - £300
Used less than 10 times, no repairs or damage. The Fly 2's are a really versatile sail easy to use and they feel great.
2011 Neil pryde Fly2 4.2 and 3.6 in green - £240 & £220
Good condition, no repairs, great sails (as above)
Naish Aeromax mast 430cm 75% carbon - £40
This was only ever used a few times, it's a regular diameter at the bottom which tapers into a skinny at boom height. So you can use your old extentions but get the benefits of a skinny.
Tuesday, January 1, 2013
Back safely and in 1 piece! It really was such an amazing trip, there is too much to mention and I'm still a bit overwhelemed thinking about it. We crossed the Ocean and didn't see land for over 15 hours. We surfed endlessly for 2 weeks with only us and no one else around. The water was crystal clear, we fished, we swam, messed around, but most importantly we laughed. We laughed so much and non stop, so more than anything I'm honored to have spent the end of 2012 with such an awesome group of people in such an un-real place. The new kit was amazing, I used a Quatro LS 78 litre and even on the logo high sets I felt like the board had so much control and I could really trust it. Combined with a 4.7 Banzai and the whole set up was unreal!! Will definitely write more specifics in the next few weeks but in the meantime here's a few pics :) HAPPY 2013 to ALL
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Just because this made me laugh and wanted to share it: So when Henry and I went on a little mission to find a cool backdrop in Bristol it was hard not to head straight to Stokes Croft. Bristol is home to some of the most famous Urban Art on the planet. We explored a few different walls but as soon as I saw the Hawaiian flowers I knew it was the one. However, the Hawaiian graffitti was all over the back entrance to a rather unfortunate business enterprise! Take a look at the pic!
Friday, November 30, 2012
So I'm starting to gear up for the big trip in a couple of weeks. Going somewhere so remote makes me realise how we probably all take medical care for advantage. Right now I'm trying to pack and educate myself in the treatment of basic injurys and I would be at a complete loss if it weren't for my friend's website. Dave is a Dr and an avid surfer (well actually a sponger but Ssssshhhh), he's always in search of the fastest hollowest waves on the planet. So he's compiled this website with typical surfing injuries and how to treat them. I think it's incredibly useful and defintely should be shared with the windsurfing community. Check it out: www.getswellsoon.com
Saturday, October 20, 2012
So I didn't manage to get on the water much this summer, but over the past few weeks I've really gotten into the South Wales scene. Kind of gutted I didn't get involved with the guys and girls over there a little sooner. I took the go pro out last week and got a pretty funny shot at the point at which I saw Scott from Rat Rigs on the water so you can see me waving like crazy. Watch this space, Autumn is here and hopefully there will be some more fun sessions coming up!
Sunday, April 29, 2012
So, while I have only ever partaken in wave events before, I decided it would be fun to get involved in something a little different. The British Slalom series seems to have really taken off over the past 3 years whilst I've been out of the country so sounded like a new fun thing to try out. Who better to drag along for the ride than Henry - always up for a laugh, and we cruised down to Weymouth for the 2nd event of the year. We managed to underestimate how long it would take to get there and as a result missed round 1!! We managed to sort our selves out in time for round 2 and entered the Amateurs. Big thank you to Pryde Group UK for the "much larger than usual" loan of kit....lots of litres and momfilm later we were heading out to the start line which was a 15 minute sail up wind! To cut the story short the racing was absolutely tons of fun! I was expecting it to be kind of boring but it wasn't at all! It was also super cool being at the Olympic venue where they have a full suite of changing luxury facilities! Taking wetsuit off in hot shower was something I could easily get used to :) Due to a whole host of reasons we drove back to Bristol in the evening and couldn't make it back down for the 2nd day. But we had a good taster of what to expect next time, and we will be much better prepared for the whole weekend. Pic 1 = the olypic facilities Pic 2 = the biggest pasty in the world. Bigger than Henry's head.