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LEARN TO SURF

 


 

 

 

BIC Surf Range

 

                                   

 

 


ACS Surfboards

 

ACS 5'10'' Fish

ACS 6'7'' Shortboard

ACS 7'3'' Wahine

ACS 7'9'' Natural Surf 2

ACS 8'4'' Magnum

 

 

 


 

 

E-Comp Surfboards

 

 

E-Comp 7'6'' Performer


 

E-Comp 9'0'' Longboard


 

E-comp 9'4''

Nose Rider

 

 


 

 

G-Boards Surfboards


                         

 

 


 

 

HOW TO SURF

 

Introduction

Surf history, learning how to surf, a few keys to success.

 

Surfing Stuff

Before you get into the water, some information about your surfing equipment...

 

Warming Up

It is highly recommended to take a few minutes to warm up before surfing. We tell you how to do it.

Spot Check

Sandy beaches, sandbanks, rocks, currents, channel... we show you how to "read" the surf spot.

Basics skills

Safety, initial gliding exercices, wave choice, built up speed with the right timing, rough trim, control of the board...

 

Tides

Low, mid, high tide... to surf successfully, you must follow the tides.

 

 

Take Off

Take off is the first great obstacle in surfing. Are you goofy or regular ? We tell you how to succeed.

 

 

Weather and Waves

Wave and swell origins, wave periods, on and offshore wind, surf spot, wave circulation, we tell you all you need to know to understand waves better.

 

 

Paddling

When surfing, you spend more time on the board in a lying position than in an upright position. We show you how to improve your paddling technique.

 

Getting Out

When paddling out, you will keep on getting waves coming at you. We show you the best way to overcome them.

 

Priorities

The safety and right of way rules.

 

 

 

Green Waves Take Off

The more often you'll catch green waves, the more you'll feel the point of acceleration. We show you how to choose the right wave and get good timing.

 

Trim and Turn

Shoulder surfing, trimming the board, turning, positioning on the wave, pushing to accelerate. Speed and control are the keys to success!

 

Bottom Turn: Experts

Surf the wave vertically. That means that directly on the break edge, ride steeply from the top to the bottom and vertically up again. Learn the basics for this manoeuvre.

Top Turn

While you perfect pushing in the centre of the wave, you will also learn the fundamentals of the top turn...

Cut Back

If the wave is weak or you have surfed too far on to the shoulder, you steer back to the stronger pocket with a cut back.

Duck Dive

If you have mastered the advanced surfing techniques, and have already surfed a small board, it's time for you to dive under the wave like a duck.

Floater

In order to keep contact with the shoulder, you can overcome sections that suddenly change with a floater...

 

360°

The ultimate rotation

 

 

 

Tube Ride

 

 


 

Longboarding

Longboards can perform manoeuvres like any shortboard.