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Instructional video on the BIC Techno 293

by Patrik Pollak on 22 May 2013
BIC Techno 293 fleet Patrik Pollak
Many kids around the world join the biggest windsurfing class every day, but not all of them have an experienced coach who can help them to learn.

Thanks to the BIC Sports international, the International windsurfing association, the Techno 293 One design class and with help from Mauro Covre (Techno 293 Italian national coach), we hope that tips about BIC Techno 293 One design setup and some sailing tips will help you to get on the right path...

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