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  1. #8
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    Quote Originally Posted by andyf7 View Post
    When their current 116 Freeride board has pushed just shy of 39 knots I'd say this is a pretty promising step forward to a competitively fast slalom board
    Who/where/when did just shy of 39 knots?

  2. #9
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    I had the same thoughts Phil about the planing flat. My slalom boards have planing flats that finish just about at the front footstrap. A longer planning flat is typical on freeride/freerace boards and even fast tail FSWs ( usually with a bit of tail kick)

  3. #10
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    I'm not too fussed whether a board is labelled as freerace or slalom, so long as its quick and easy to sail.

  4. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by phil_in_poole View Post
    Who/where/when did just shy of 39 knots?
    I did, early last year. I was at West Kirby, albeit on a speed run it is still testament to the board's potential.

  5. #12
    Perhaps it's more testament to your skills. That's a serious speed on any board. Interested to hear what you think aboutnthe bolt after your first test ride.

  6. #13
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    I've now got one of these goya bolt,s and have to say brilliant so fast

  7. #14
    Congrats on the new board. Do you consider the Bolt closer to a freeride board or closer to a full on slalom board?

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