I would say this is about the learning curve more than anything else. A tt rider might first want to learn to ride a sb before learning a foil...?Peter_Frank wrote:Just an observation around here:
Almost every single hydrofoiler are avid and hardcore wavesailors only (based on only about 15 riders if I only count locally, so not much for statistics I know), or in a few cases racers.
There are a couple that might pick up a TT for a few days, but only a few percent of the active.
And not one single guy/girl that rides TT only, are hydrofoiling ?
It could be a coincidence ?
It could be because it is only old geezers like me who find it awesome ?
It could be because we have found what "matters" ?
Anyways - just an observation around here, how is it at your spot if a hydrofoil culture has built ?
It makes sense though, as waveriding and hydrofoil is both about the feel of purity and smooth carving sensation, and most of all, the feeling of ZEN. when it all works !!!
I am just an old softie, I know, but noticed this
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