After numerous World Cup victories in the
early 2000s, BIC Sport steered a different
sporting course to other manufacturers,
investing heavily in mono-type/formula regattas
for junior racers, launching the Techno 293 OD and
a comprehensive range of One Design sail rigs in 2006.
Ten years down the line, the Techno 293 OD has beaten
the all-time record for the number of riders competing at a
One Design World Championship. Supreme recognition, if it was
needed, for a board that has come to symbolize all the best values
of windsurf-for-all as identified by BIC Sport.
On the industrial side,
BIC Sport has again opted for a radically different path than that of its
competitors who have out-sourced their production to Asia. BIC Sport chose
to keep its manufacturing close to home, producing all its boards in its factory
in France, using the unique manufacturing process that has underpinned its
reputation for decades. In a market crowded with a bewildering number of models,
BIC Sport has chosen to focus its 2018 Windsurf range on three different board series,
each with a limited number of models, that will help you easily identify the board that
suits you best : TECHNO, BEACH, SUP WIND. Learning, progressing, competing, or just
spending time on the water! The BIC Sport view is that windsurf is still the most exciting and
most affordable way to enjoy the sailing sensation, as long as it stays simple.