Boards are ranked by Cross-on riding
Cross-on riding Cross-on riding is usually a mixture of front side and backside riding. A good board should hold speed through turns, be comfortable in clew first position when the sail is powered up and be able to perform a tight radius top turn
 
Get up and go Jumping Straight line control Cross-on riding Cross-off riding Get up and go Jumping Straight line Cross on riding Cross off riding
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Get up and go Jumping Straight line control Cross-on riding Cross-off riding Get up and go Jumping Straight line Cross on riding Cross off riding
Rider input
 
Get up and go Jumping Straight line control Cross-on riding Cross-off riding Get up and go Jumping Straight line Cross on riding Cross off riding
Rider input
 
Get up and go Jumping Straight line control Cross-on riding Cross-off riding Get up and go Jumping Straight line Cross on riding Cross off riding
Rider input
 
Get up and go Jumping Straight line control Cross-on riding Cross-off riding Get up and go Jumping Straight line Cross on riding Cross off riding
Rider input
 
Get up and go Jumping Straight line control Cross-on riding Cross-off riding Get up and go Jumping Straight line Cross on riding Cross off riding
Rider input
 
Get up and go Jumping Straight line control Cross-on riding Cross-off riding Get up and go Jumping Straight line Cross on riding Cross off riding
Rider input
 
Get up and go Jumping Straight line control Cross-on riding Cross-off riding Get up and go Jumping Straight line Cross on riding Cross off riding
Rider input
 
Get up and go Jumping Straight line control Cross-on riding Cross-off riding Get up and go Jumping Straight line Cross on riding Cross off riding
Rider input
 
Get up and go Jumping Straight line control Cross-on riding Cross-off riding Get up and go Jumping Straight line Cross on riding Cross off riding
Rider input