BIC Board Selector - TheYogaBoarder

BIC Board Selector

Choose your  BIC board

 

Range overview
   Choosing the Right Board     Board Specification Table
and Weight Ranges 
 Video Presentation

 

 

     

ACE-TEC Original
ACE-TEC Performer
ACE-TEC CROSS SOFT-TEC

For what ?
Multi purpose :
flat water paddling, surfing

 

For whom ?
For intermediate to
advanced level

 

 In short :
Easy to use, high-performance,
solid and light boards

For what ?
Multi purpose :
flat water paddling, surfing

 

For whom ?
For intermediate to
advanced level

 

 In short :
Easy to use, high-performance,
solid and light boards

For what ?
Multi purpose:
flat water, fitness & Yoga, waves

 

 For whom ?
For beginner to
intermediate level

 

 In short :
Customizable allround
board for all activities

For what ?
Multi purpose:
flat water & surf in small waves

 

 For whom ?
For intermediate to
advanced level

 

 In short :
Light, easy to use and safe

 

 

 

ACE-TEC Wing
C-TEC Tracer
RACE-TEC Race Pro
RACE-TEC World Series

For what ?
Flat water or open ocean cruising,
recreational racing, fitness

 For whom ?
For intermediate to expert level

 In short :
Fast, easy to use, light

For what ?
Flat water or open ocean cruising,
recreational racing, fitness

 For whom ?
For intermediate to expert level

 In short :
Fast, easy to use, light

For what ?
Flat water or open ocean
Long distance Race, fitness.

 

 For whom ?
For intermediate to expert level

 

 In short :
Very fast, easy to control, very light

For what ?
Flat water or open ocean
Long distance Race, fitness.

 

 For whom ?
For expert level

 

 In short :
Very fast, easy to control, very light

 

 

        

DURA-TEC Original
SUP AIR Allround/Touring
C-TEC Wave Pro
ACE-TEC Wind

 For what ?
Multi purpose:
flat water paddling, surfing

 

 For whom ?
For beginner to intermediate level,
and for schools

 

 In short :
 Easy to use, solid and well-priced

For what ?
Multi purpose:
flat water & surf in small waves
Inflatable = easily carried in back-pack

 

 For whom ?
For intermediate to advanced level

 

 In short :
Easy to use, high-performance,
solid and light boards

For what ?
Surf in medium to big waves

 For whom ?
For intermediate to expert level

 

 In short :
Reactive and manoeuverable
for maximum surf performance

For what ?
SUP and windsurf on flat water or in waves.

 

 For whom ?
For beginner to intermediate level

 

 In short :
Highly versatile boards.
Easy to use for SUP or windsurf

 

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SUP FOR LIFE Paddleboard Categories


There are four general categories of Stand Up Paddleboards. These categories are based on the type of activities the board will be used for;
All-Around, Touring, Surfing and Windsurfing.

 

1) All-Around: All-Around boards are designed to perform well in all conditions. These versatile, multi-purpose boards are great first time boards because they allow you to explore all facets of the sport with only one board. All-around boards are wide enough to be very stable, have decent glide and tracking for flatwater paddling or open ocean touring, but also enough rocker and sidecut for decent surf performance.

2) Touring: Touring boards are optimized for flatwater, open ocean paddling and ‘downwinders’ (going from point A to B with the wind at your back). They are typically longer than all-around boards for more speed, and often have a nose area that is pointed and shaped like a “vee” on the bottom to help the board slice through the water smoothly, increase glide and help the board go straight. The rails are usually rounded, at least in the front section, for more glide and speed. Most touring boards are wide enough to be stable for beginners, however “race” boards are like touring boards but narrower for more speed. The narrowness makes race boards challenging for beginner paddlers and are not recommended.

 

3) Surfing: Surf-Specific boards are generally shorter, have a narrower nose and tail and more rocker (curve). These features make the board much more maneuverable on a wave, but the trade-off is that they are slower and don’t track in a straight line on flatwater and are also often less stable.

4) Windsurfing: This is an option available on some all-around boards. A mast foot fitting is included on the board on the deck so that a windsurf sailing rig can be mounted, making these boards exceptionally versatile.

 

 

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