SUP Foil surfing

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Re: SUP Foil surfing

Post by ronnie » Tue Jan 07, 2020 11:12 am

Bobo Gallagher. Just turned 10 y.o. Loose straps.


Where to hold the Duotone wing to stabilise it while riding a wave.


The 2020 Duotone Echo wing,
2.6m, 3.3m, 4, 5, 6, 7m. Second boom size 141 to 201cm. Shorter battens and a 2 pulley tensioner on the centre batten area.
https://www.h2o-sports.co.uk/products/4 ... -echo-2020
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Re: SUP Foil surfing

Post by ronnie » Tue Jan 07, 2020 11:24 am

Getting the board and wing to the water.

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Re: SUP Foil surfing

Post by ronnie » Wed Jan 08, 2020 10:17 pm

Its easier to find wings used on waves, but here is some windfoiling on a wave. Jump to 2:40


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Re: SUP Foil surfing

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Re: SUP Foil surfing

Post by ronnie » Wed Jan 08, 2020 11:34 pm

Dave Kalama talking about how difficult and rewarding downwind foiling is.

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Re: SUP Foil surfing

Post by ronnie » Fri Jan 10, 2020 10:34 pm

Wingfoiling with a canard foil. The foil in the video looks to me like it has different shaped wings compared to the squared off wingtips of the 1300 sq cm Spitfire XXLW shown at the end of the video. Zeeko are saying that they will be introducing a 1600 sq cm foil soon, so maybe it will be a Canard?
Because both wings lift upwards on the canard foil, it can get more total lift from the same wing area. Regular foils total lift is the front wing minus the downforce of the back wing.

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Re: SUP Foil surfing

Post by ronnie » Mon Jan 13, 2020 10:15 am

Balz Mueller trying out different boards.
His usual 89 litre windfoil board, 40litre strapped board, 25litre unstrapped board.


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Re: SUP Foil surfing

Post by ronnie » Thu Jan 30, 2020 11:45 pm

SUNOVA board designs. The most difficult to design seems to be for downwinding, and they have developed a complicated shape for performance downwinding.
Also interesting that they wingfoil upwind a long way and then deflate the wing (+ put it in a backpack) and either prone downwind or SUP downwind back to their starting point - but that is when the rider is very proficient. The easy way is to keep the wing inflated..


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Re: SUP Foil surfing

Post by ronnie » Sat Feb 01, 2020 2:11 pm

Casey Treichler comparing foiling waves with a sail to foiling waves with a wing.
The wing he was using was the Slingwing, which seems to be one of the heaviest wings.

https://reefwarriors.wordpress.com/2019 ... omparison/

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Re: SUP Foil surfing

Post by ronnie » Fri Mar 06, 2020 12:47 pm

Bigger waves,


Aerials seem to be a strong point of using a wing - if you have all the required abilities.

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