2019 Axis Axis Mv Series Ride
Bought brand new from WA Surf around 4 months ago and learnt to foil, gybe switch feet and ride ocean swell
on it in that time. Selling it as I'm getting a surf foilboard and can't afford to keep both. That is a big compromise as I've tested the surf foilboard with a kite and it doesn't come close to this MV for tactile carves.
I cannot speak more highly of this board. Youngbreezy on seabreeze wrote this about it (although he is talking about the 125 (same width just shorter than the ride). I hope he doesn't mind me pasting this in but he totally nailed it...
"The board is very tough solid twin tip style construction which seems like it will be really durable. There is some thickness added around the mast plate and a center spine gives it a bit extra float and makes it really rigid. I believe some carbon has been used in the build and the weight is really good, not crazy light but quite good weight.
I am liking the deck contours, it's mostly flat around the rear foot with a curved spine that is pretty mild under the front foot and deeper through the middle of the board. The deck is slightly concave. The spine gives a really good point of reference for strapless riding, it really helps you to feel where your feet are.
There is one minor imperfection. Sliding the board in and out of the back tray of my car (too lazy to take the foil off) I have taken a small amount of the top cork layer off at the top which you can see in the picture. Mend it, don't, doesn't matter for performance. It didn't worry me because I was about to cut it down to the 125 size...because they have the same width anyhow. But then had a crack at foil surfing (like yesterday) and decided I need to visit WA Surf again!,
Once you have learnt and get half competant you may wish to do so.
Probably the best thing about this board is it will sit on its side all day long. Perfect when learning to water start.
Over a grand new, save yourself 250 ish.
||Mandurah Mandurah, WA
||Axis Mv Series Ride