Bogan Speed Team (SA, Australia) - 2017-02-12
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Choc dipped Bogan
31.08(D)
28.75(D)
5.8(D)
10.05(D)
22.36(D)
15.48(D)
Trousers
30.82(D)
28.946(D)
19.267(D)
21.093(D)
25.006(D)
119.549(D)
Full Bogan
36.389(D)
34.187(D)
21.422(D)
22.517(D)
31.082(D)
123.62(D)
Captain bogan
35.184(D)
33.071(D)
18.39(D)
22.536(D)
28.94(D)
105.949(D)
Sellicks Bogan
31.3(D)
29.177(D)
13.564(D)
16.353(D)
22.151(D)
46.335(D)
JOZ
29.352(D)
27.912 [PB](D)
9.412 [PB](D)
0 [PB](D)
23.645(D)
36.004 [PB](D)
Retired Bogan
Jimbob the Bogan
Tricky Bogan
PJ Bogan
3/4 Bogan
Adopted Bogan (KJ)
Jack Bogan
mikewho
Social Distancing Bogan
1% Bogan
Bushman Bogan
Caddy Bogan
Oversized bogan
Kraken Bogan
NeedSpeed Bogan
Average35.7933.6320.3422.5330.01121.58
Choc dipped Bogan (12922km):
1270 days ago

Nice swim, luke warm water with the occasional sail.

Lake Bonney



Trousers (8886km):
1270 days ago

Le Bog, SA, AU high-twenties, WSW.

On water by 10:30am, isonic i97/ 6.2OD/ BPR 32.5. As per. On average it kept relatively strong all day, with some but gusts, but also occasionalal lull. Some bumps and lumps, but get lucky and you could fang downwind in the troughs.

Had a good run with the crew, PJ, Sam, ChrisD, Leon. Jacko, Adam. A very close encounter with Carl!

Met Anton and his folks, who were treking for three months around the country with a campervan full of sailing gear. Living the dream. And man, Anton's got skills! Had a ball sailing with ya dude.



Full Bogan (34908km):
1270 days ago
3 categories

Had a great day with a full car park of people. Me and carl met down there for a sail. Been too long. Pj also was there and had a good chat. Had a great time wind was a little all over the place but fun all the same. Shane nic and darren also came later. Great to catch up with all. Fun day cheers for the snags carl. 



Captain bogan (35064km):
1270 days ago
3 categories

Boggy lake 15 to 20.

Hard day but fun with a great turnout.  Very gusty today but made the most of it.

Patrik 87 / 6.3m Gun sails GSR / Black project weed speed 31.



Sellicks Bogan (4821km):
1270 days ago

Nice half day Sail at the Bog, Carl and Sam were flying in the chop, sounds like a bit of carnage from a few of the other guys there, a couple broken booms and a mast.  

A few guys packing up made me think the day was over, but in the light gusty conditions, we had a fair crack i reckon.

 

 



JOZ (54km):
1266 days ago

JP 118 Slalom 36 black project weedie and 6.5 NCX Boggy Lake, SA, AU



Comments
Full Bogan


SA
Australia
1270 days ago

Good to see you out choc

3/4 Bogan


SA
Australia
1270 days ago

Well done guysSmile

Full Bogan


SA
Australia
1270 days ago

Thanks hop. Good to get a couple beans back 😉

Tricky Bogan


SA
Australia
1270 days ago

Nice one Men good to see you had a good sessionSmile  Hey Hey Choco better work on the U turns & get the fitness up on the HRWink bet that was better that a 47deg day at workUndecided

Glad you lot left the YP boys with half the beansSurprisedLaughingTongue out

Choc dipped Bogan


SA
Australia
1270 days ago

Would have loved to sail more k's but the wind was shit, blew it's tits off just on dark

Atomic


NSW
Australia
1270 days ago
Great sailing felt good to go fast again. Awesome meeting you guys hopefully see ya on the water soon 👍✌
Trousers


SA
Australia
1270 days ago

You were hammering through the rough stuff Atomic. We had a few drags that was right on the edge of self-preservation for me. I loved to get pushed like that. Keep at it mate, I'm certain you'll go far.

On carnage: Three runs in Andreas took a huge splat that munted his fin,board, mast and boom. Only the sail and extension aparatus survived, the rest is now just hard rubbish. He's okay, but I fear for his credit card.

Being at least ten kilos lighter on the same gear, I pulled away from Carl and Sam early on a lulled run. Determined to make it hard for the big boys, I put all in and cranked as hard as I could. Over halfway on the run I couldn't hear them, and looking around couldn't see them. Running out of smooth water, time to gybe. I banked it hard. And just on the flip, Carl suddenly appeared screaming downwind across my nose. Hardly a metre in it. I shat myself. He had it under control, but it is a good reminder to look before you bank.

My own day ended when on a downwinder, I caught a rail. Sail went down hard and I followed. The first part to hit the sail was my nose, which in the next milisecond had all my bodyweight behind it. It was like getting glassed. I came up bloodied and certain I'd broke it, but I could move the cartlidge freely, so I was okay. But did get a scar acorss my bridge and bruised cheekbones that are getting funny glances in the office today.

PJ Bogan


SA
Australia
1270 days ago

Hell Shane that's pushing it! I must be super conservative as didn't come close to any stacking:-)

How the hell did Andreas trash so much? I can understand the mast and boom and maybe the board but how you damage the fin to? Shit yeah that's a few bucks:-( Extremely lucky for the sail to be in one piece indeed!!!! Did he receive any scratches, sustain a bruise maybe? Hope he's not in the blues today.

Trousers


SA
Australia
1269 days ago

Andreas reckons he lost the fin somehow. And he don't mean spinout: the whole fin was gone along with the bolt. Powerbox looked not exploded so maybe bolt cacked it.

Big fella reckons a couple of runs in the board explosively lost lateral resistance (seeing the fin just teleported into the twilight zone).

Next heartbeat he catapults into the mast and breaks it in two places. The boom clamp's having none of it and comes apart. And one rail of the board looks like you hit it very neatly with a blunt axe.The body count was high. The walk home was long.

Tricky Bogan


SA
Australia
1268 days ago

DAM never good to here about carnage like that, glad no serious personal damage, bugger about the hip pocketCry

Captain bogan


SA
Australia
1265 days ago

Well done Jozy 😎 - welcome to the bogans ☺

Tricky Bogan


SA
Australia
1265 days ago

Welcome JOZ nice set of strating numbersCool