Category Archive: MiniEPIC

May 22

Morgan at La Perouse Bay

Not much to say, sit back and enjoy the epic waves, beautiful colors and amazing action! More to follow…

Apr 15

Do you have the right size wave fins?

I have just returned from Ho’okipa and following some interesting chats on the guard rail about fin sizes for smaller riders I thought I would share some insight. The wave fins which come as standard with many production board will be too big for many smaller riders under 65kg.    Take 4 x AWT Champion …

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Mar 29

Russ & Ruben reflect on a dream mission to Cabo Verde with the AWT

2015 saw a new addition to the American Windsurfing Tour calendar and Black Project riders #RussFaurot and #RubenLemmens were never going to miss this opportunity. Unfortunately PWA Aloha Classic champion #MorganNoireaux had to cancel his plans at the last minute as his replacement passport had not arrived in time. Black Project owner #ChrisFreeman was in attendance …

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Feb 12

More Fins = Less Excess Baggage & Reduced Carbon Footprint

We live in cost conscious and environmentally aware times and hence adding an extra set of fins might actually save you money and reduce your carbon foot print. Can a new set of fins actually save you money? Jip first approached me with his dilemma some time ago, together he and his partner Inge had …

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Jan 14

Aloha Classic Champion Morgan Noireaux looks back on an amazing year! (VIDEO)

Morgan Noireaux with his fluid, powerful and nonchalant style has exploded onto the world scene following his win the PWA World Tour Aloha Classic but those at his home break and on the American Windsurfing Tour had seen it coming. Thanks to Kevin Pritchard and JP AUSTRALIA for putting together this great video and interview. …

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Nov 24

Fanatic Tri-Wave 88 initial impressions with MiniEPIC 16.5/12.5 Thruster Fins

As much as we try different boards with our fins there is only so much we can do and hence it is always great to hear feedback from around the world, different boards, different sails, different riders and in different locations. We all face a unique set of variables and while we have become skilled …

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Nov 16

Morgan claims his maiden PWA victory at Aloha Classic with his MiniEPICs

What a month it has been for Black Project Fins’ team rider 20yr old Morgan Noireaux from Haiku, Maui. We are thrilled for Morgan who not only has claimed his first PWA victory but also the first PWA victory for Black Project Fins.  Having watched Morgan sail these past years in a range of conditions …

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Oct 03

“Speed and Control” – MiniEPIC Customer Feedback with Goya 84 Custom Quad

Traveling with the American Windsurfing Tour (AWT) enables me to meet many riders who we would otherwise only know via emails and names. It was great to meet Jad in Peru during the Pacasmayo Classic and he wanted to try some fins on his GOYA 84 Custom Quad board. All went very well and he …

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Aug 30

Morgan Noireaux unleashed (video)

Fresh from his win in Mexico Morgan went straight back to college in Hawaii, a new breed, he balances full time study with full time windsurfing. Traveling this summer with Morgan I have learnt so much about life and windsurfing, the unassuming teenager wise beyond his years is ever motivated and a true inspiration on …

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Mar 18

Fanatic Freewave 106TE & Black Project Thruster Fins Review

This review looks at the thruster fin options for the Fanatic Freewave 106 ltr. We are always very keen to hear customer feedback about their experiences with different fin set ups on particular boards, conditions, sails etc. This interaction really helps us further build our understanding of what our customers need so that when asked …

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