WindSUP Top 10 Tips

Summers here, waves and good wind become less regular, but you can still make the most of those summer swells with a WindSup.  Getting out in waves is a great way to improve your regular wave sailing, it really helps to understand the break, the waves and your interaction with them.  Plus if you can already windsurf you’ll already have the skills to get out and catch those light wind waves.  I’ve had a WindSup since 2010 and I...

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Paul Monnington enters the Loco Asylum

Paul Monninton is an avid Cornwall dwelling windSUPer who can regularly be found playing in the swells that bombard the St. Ives region. Staunchly a boom in hand man, rather than paddle, the Get Sectioned team is pleased to welcome him into the fold. Paul will be helping push the Loco brand and their windSUP designs, although a little bird tells us he may have also got hold of a touring SUP... 1. How did your Loco team rider status come about? I'd...

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Loco SUP on Location at Loch Ard in the Scottish Highlands

Loch Ard Paddle No Swell to get excited about… No wind… what on earth do you do? Lorna and I decided to head north of Glasgow in search of some inland paddle spots. We loaded up the trusted 9’5 Loco and the new 7’10 Loco boards into the bus and headed off. We arrived at Loch Ard near Aberfoyle and unloaded the boards. Wetsuits on and set off across the Loch. Im 80kgs and jumped on the 7’10 for the first time and paddled it across...

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