Psycho Bunny Ride on Guadeloupe Islands

14th July 2016

Guadeloupe Islands are a great place for windsurfing, in this short clip from Psycho Bunny team you can appreciate our tree riders in "Sainte-Anne", "Le Gosier" and "Petit-Bourg". Usually, the wind is blasting between 12 to 20 knots in Guadeloupe. Best setup for slalom is 110 l and 7.7m.

Riders : Stephane Queniart / Julien Queniart / Arnaud Lethuillier
Footage : Aeroworx
Edit : Matteo Nativelle

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