15/01/2012 | 6 comments
In most sports, ‘freeride’ is the term used to describe a product that generally does it all. The term has become such a loose expression in windsurfing that it can refer to many different types and styles of board, from near race-worthy designs to a board on which you could ride your first waves.
Going back to the roots of what freeriding is all about, this test is focused on ‘all-round freeride’ boards – namely boards that have a foot in both the blasting and manoeuvrability stables. Boards that you could drag-race your mates on flat water or take to the coast and crank turns off the chop and swell…
Read the full group test on our sister site, Boardseeker.com