Location: New Forest District, GB
Postage: courier or collection
Width: 72 cm
Volume: 130 Ltrs
Range of use: Freeride/Recreational
JP Funride 130 litres 2010
EPOXY SANDWICH TECHNOLOGY Normal Finish.
FOCUSSED ON FUN
Because of its big success this line has been extended to 6 sizes.
The ultimate easy going freeride boards based on the X-Cite Ride shape concept with additional control and easy jibing.
They fulfill what their name promises - no other boards are so easy to control while going fast and in jibes. They never get out of control even in overpowered conditions.
Perfect, easy jibing boards which stay on a plane through any jibe. They work great for fast carving jibes as well as for basic beginner jibes.
They begin to accelerate very early and when up to speed they are effortless to sail and reach very good speed requiring minimal input from the rider.
Long enough as length makes the boards very forgiving.
Rocker line shaped for a loose feel and super comfortable ride, even in rough and choppy conditions. Short wetted surface for high speed gives the impression of riding a much smaller board.Constant volume distribution gets the board planing without an active sailing style. The Fun Rides can be used with a huge range of different sail sizes.
Many strap positions offer the ideal trim for pleasant and relaxed sailing suited for short board beginners through to advanced riders.
Comfortably domed deck for a relaxed stance. Further outboard strap position and ergonomic rails to transfer the sail power into speed.
The pintail combined with thin rails provide great maneuverability. They turn easily and the radius can be changed at any time during high speed carving maneuvers.
FUN boards made for short board beginners and advanced freeriders who look for boards which demand very little input and offer great fun. They almost sail themselves. They plane early and easily reach top speed but always stay comfortable even in really choppy conditions.
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