Test JP-Australia Super Ride LXT 113l 2022!
After the Freestyle Wave PRO 114l test, it was time for the JP-Australia Super Ride LXT 113l mentioned in the previous publication. This board was a huge unknown for me, because it is the only model from the JP freeride trio that I have never had under my feet. The Super Ride is the "middle" model in the JP-Australia range of freeride boards, between the calmer and beginner-friendly Magic Ride and the more sporty and performance-driven Super Sport. I sailed the board with NeilPryde sails in the following conditions:
- Spot: Puck Bay, Chałupy 6
- Atlas PRO 5.4 - 16 - 26 knots
- Fusion HD 6.5 - 14 - 20 knots
GA-WINGS POISON 2023 is out!
Introducing the latest version of the GA-WINGS POISON for 2023! Take your wave and freestyle riding to the next level with unparalleled speed, control, and the friendly character of Poison 2023. If you look for maximum performance in a huge range of conditions, the Poison is undoubtedly the right choice with its outstanding control and direct handling.
JP-Australia's SUP boards technologies and constructions.
JP-Australia has years of experience and many successes in windsurfing competitions. The knowledge gained in this field has been used by the company to create its range of SUP boards. JP inflatable boards have been in their collection since 2014, and since then, the technology used to produce them has been continuously developed. In the article below, we present the technologies and constructions of JP-Australia inflatable SUP boards.
Raceboard set Unifiber x Loftsails!
This time, we have something special for raceboard connoisseurs - the Loftsails x Unifiber set! Whether you're planning to compete in the World Championships or just looking for the best equipment for this classic discipline, this set has everything you need to meet the most demanding requirements! The package includes: - 2 sails: Loftsails Raceboardblade and Raceboardblade ULW - Mast: Loftsails Team Edition - Board: Unifiber Proteus - Boom: Unifiber Elite V2
MaverX masts - the choice of windsurfing connoisseurs!
We have just received a shipment of MaverX masts! But let's make one thing clear, these are not just any masts! MaverX is a child of the Italian brand Reglass, which was the first to introduce carbon fiber masts to the world of windsurfing. MaverX designers are clear in their vision, combining 30 years of composite work experience with modern technology to produce masts that are not only lightweight, durable, and super reactive, but can also withstand much greater loads (up to several hundred kilograms!) than typical masts.
FMX Racing the 2023 collection!
FMX Racing riders showed last year that the boards they ride on are in the current TOP! Finian Maynard managed to build a brand that dominates on race tracks in just 4 years. Riding on Invictus and Hyperion boards, they easily reached the podium in most national and international races. The culminating moment of last season was the achievement of the PWA Slalom World Championship by Maciek Rutkowski! (Once again, congratulations to Maciek!) As if that wasn't enough, Justine Le Meteyer won the PWA Slalom World Championship silver medal among women, while Delphine Cousin took third place.
Test JP-Australia Freestyle Wave PRO 114l 2022!
After such a positive response to my JP-Australia Magic Air review, I am pleased to continue my work. This time I took a set for the workshop, which in my opinion will be a great choice for the Bay of Puck - JP-Australia Freestyle Wave PRO 114l with the NeilPryde Atlas PRO 5.4 sail. And here again my freestyle soul told me, but how is 114l in a Freestyle Wave board and a 5-batten wave sail, it must be clunky, unpleasant and bleee at all. Nevertheless, reading all the ahs and ohs about the previous Freestyle Wave years on various foreign portals, I approached it as a tester befits, i.e. with the so-called open mind.
Test JP-Australia Magic Air 150 - inflatable revolution!
During the long weekend, we had the opportunity to test an inflatable board for the family, designed strictly for windsurfing. I didn't believe in this concept myself, and in the fact that such a board can glide, or even give so much pleasure! But more on that later. First some information. We had a JP-Australia Magic Air 150 board at our disposal, and a NeilPryde Fusion HD sail in the size of 6.5 m2. I would like to point out right away, that I usually use a freestyle set: 93l board and sails in sizes 4.0 - 4.8, so the test set quite differ from mine 😉 In the JP Magic Air set we have 4 foot straps, a RIDE 44cm fin made in Glass technology, a pump and a repair kit. Folded board (with attached straps) fits into the backpack the same as inflatable SUPs, so no more fighting with luggage straps and a roof rack. The backpack itself is well made with high-quality materials, and the large and strong wheels, which make it easy to carry. The whole thing, i.e. the board, backpack, pump and accessories, weighs approx. 15 kg.
Test JP-Australia Super Ride LXT 113l 2022!
After the Freestyle Wave PRO 114l test, it was time for the JP-Australia Super Ride LXT 113l mentioned in the previous publication . This board was a huge unknown for me, because it is the only model from the JP freeride trio that I have never had under my feet. The Super Ride is the "middle" model in the JP-Australia range of freeride boards, between the calmer and beginner-friendly Magic Ride and the more sporty and performance-driven Super Sport.