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Discussion in 'The South' started by BikeGeek, Oct 19, 2005.

  1. BikeGeek

    BikeGeek BrewMonkey

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    Anyone into windsurfing? My neighbor is moving and wants to give his equipment away. That's right, free. Board, sail, and what looks to be carbonfiber, uhh, post things. He's outta here on Saturday. You have to pick it up either at his place or mine. I'm blocks from Accotink park.
     

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  2. danielsapp414

    danielsapp414 Monkey

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    i'll take it...pm sent

    Daniel
     
  3. ridetoofast

    ridetoofast scarred, broken and drunk

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    crashing at a trail near you...
    lemme know what ya get, im a boardhead too.

    where are you and what do you sail?

    ive got a F2 Xantos II, 310, 147 ltr board with a 7.5 North 3D Pyro and a 6.8 North 3DIQ
     
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    corey_rideDC Turbo Monkey

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    wow, now i know what my wife feels like when i talk bike geekery :D was that english?
     
  5. BikeGeek

    BikeGeek BrewMonkey

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    I have no idea. :)

    My neighbor saw that I was "outdoorsy" and thought I might want it. I really don't have time for another hobby, but told him I knew of a lot of "outdoorsy" folks that might be interested.
     
  6. ridetoofast

    ridetoofast scarred, broken and drunk

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    yes i can see where that might appear a touch esoteric :D

    i rattled off the brand, length, volume of the board, and then the size in area and make/model name of my 2 sails.
     
  7. BikeGeek

    BikeGeek BrewMonkey

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    Oh yeah? Well this one has a fin-thingy on the bottom.

    :D
     
  8. spectaculardark

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    yeh i windsurf sometimes
    my dad and i got into it a few years back and we surf over the summer at our river house

    we have 2 boards: beginers board and a more experienced racing type of board
    a carbon fiber mast
    standard boom
    and two sails: a 7.3 and 6.8

    its a lot of fun once you get the hang of it which isnt hard to get
    i learned at VA beach so i was really windy and its a lot of fun you should check out VA beach for windsurfing, there is a cool shop there and they are pretty friendly too. and alot of people windsurf there