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Bic Nova Windsurf Board 160D


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Description: Bic Nova Windsurf Board 160D

Learn to windsurf with a taste of funboard action!

Stable and easy to ride, fitted with a daggerboard, the 160 D was designed for learning and progressing. Its short shape makes it simple to carve and jibe, even in light winds. When it gets properly up to planing, its short length and reduced weight make it an exciting funboard ride.

These boards have been designed specifically for learning to windsurf and progress towards funboarding in the best of conditions. With their comfortable volume and wide deck area, these are great boards for making your first runs and starting to have fun from day 1. They are made using the thermoformed composite technology and are as a result much lighter than those of the competition. The deck is covered in EVA foam for extra grip and comfort.

Nova boards have a retractable daggerboard to help return back to shore safely. The multiple footstrap positions placed quite forward on the board make it easy for all levels of rider to learn funboarding and jibes easily. Their short length means they're highly maneuverable and still have great speed when the wind fills in and they start planning, giving you the excitement of full-on funboarding!

Key Features of the Bic Nova Windsurf Board 160D:
  • Length (cm): 255
  • Width (cm): 82
  • Volume (L): 160
  • Weight (kg): 12
  • Ideal sail range: 2.5 - 6.5m
  • Daggersystem (cm): 60
  • Fin: Beach WA30
  • Fin box: Deep Tuttle

Nova 160D

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Can a 200lb man uphaul on the Bic Nova 160?
Pat Harper on Jul 30, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes. I'm 215 lbs and no it's problem. I did buy a bigger sail to get me moving. 6.5 isn't big enough in lighter winds. Haven't had the chance to try my 9.0. Hope this helps.