Bogan Speed Team (SA, Australia) - 2020-04-11
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
33.58(D)
31.25(D)
9.9(D)
10.21(D)
22.87(D)
34.81(D)
3/4 Bogan
31.558(D)
28.893(D)
17.657(D)
19.526(D)
25.949(D)
92.402(D)
Oversized bogan
34.074(D)
32.253(D)
15.749(D)
21.459(D)
27.012(D)
105.801(D)
Kraken Bogan
31.996(D)
30.445(D)
14.772(D)
19.61(D)
25.087(D)
84.213(D)
Trousers
30.464(D)
28.698(D)
17.751(D)
21.62(D)
24.944(D)
64.955(D)
Sellicks Bogan
37.808 [PB](D)
34.565 [PB](D)
14.063(D)
18.789(D)
25.725(D)
59.093(D)
Captain bogan
33.739(D)
31.99(D)
21.194(D)
21.535(D)
28.448(D)
217.855 [PB](D)
Caddy Bogan
31.858(D)
27.698(D)
9.999(D)
14.008(D)
22.17(D)
72.163(D)
Full Bogan
Retired Bogan
Jimbob the Bogan
Tricky Bogan
PJ Bogan
Adopted Bogan (KJ)
Jack Bogan
mikewho
JOZ
Social Distancing Bogan
1% Bogan
Bushman Bogan
NeedSpeed Bogan
Average35.9433.4119.4721.5827.73161.83
Choc dipped Bogan (12922km):
126 days ago

Squally day, water was very rough had trouble keeping my 114 down in the biggger gusts but it was a good workout.

Lake Bonney gusts 

 

FF114  36cm 6.4



3/4 Bogan (21460km):
126 days ago

12-20 SSW

FF102,GPS6.6,choco27weedy

Patient sail waiting for the pick up in breeze. Nothing special.

 



Oversized bogan (7236km):
126 days ago
1 categories

Buggy Lake, SA, AU lauch from death strip to stay away from crowds

another choppy day 15 to 22 ish knot

Jp 113L, 7.8 Mach 1, 36 carbon  = 33 knots

Mistral 95L 55cm speed , 7.0 R8 32 jp slalom =35.14  nice in chop

broke mast on a turn?? dont know how then tried the 7.8 on mistral but too big really.

called it a day, good to get out 



Kraken Bogan (1319km):
126 days ago

Buggy Lake, SA, AU

Isonic 107 with 7.0 R8, them Severne Fox 95 with  6.2 R8 finished the day on Isonic 80 and R8 6.2

Lots chop, windier than expected , great to blast with Daishy and Stash.



Trousers (8886km):
126 days ago

el bog, a choppy wsw varying over the day, 18-25kts. falcon 78l with Mach One 6.2 and BPR325.

Lumpy day, with some meaty gusts coming thru early in the day. Became more comfortable as the afternoon wore on and even found some good spots to about-face. Slowly coming around to the Falcon. Had some good blasts, giving a bit of support to the Captain who was going hard all day. He's a machine! 

Stoked to sail, and just get out the house. Few out today, but on the foreshore people kept the groups to two or three, and everyone kept their distance. Windsuring in isloation - an awesome way to get some exercise, and a dose of sanity.



Sellicks Bogan (4821km):
126 days ago

Not expecting much, rigged up the 6.2R8 on the my first sail of the 62L Missile, chucked the 18MUF on, happy with the result, jumped on my 97 isonic and sailed with a local guy he was on his Strapper with a 4.7. nice flatness everywhere. it would have been 20-25 with some sweet gusts. Lake George, SA, AU



Captain bogan (35124km):
126 days ago
3 categories

Boggy Lake, SA, AU - 15 to 25 knots w/sw

Fun day on the water.  Decided last night to try for 200k's so headed down early.  Plan was to wake up at 5 but woke up just after 3 and couldn't get back to sleep - ended up getting up at 4.45.  On the road at 5am and at the lake just before 6.30.

Wind was light so waited to see what the wind was going to do.  Soon it picked up enough and was pretty set on trying the Patrik 100 for the second time with the 7m.

Headed up to death strip and had a couple of runs and mainly spent time along the top reeds racking up the k's.  I soon realised it was choppy as hell so not really going to be any good speeds.  The wind really started to kick in so decided to head back and change to the 87 and 6.3.

Very glad i did headed back up the top and the wind had really filled in nicely. 

Met up with Trousers at 180k's and tried to decide if i could get a pb.  Trousers was pumped for me to do it and spent a number of runs cruising with me - cheers Trousers for the company it did help me keep going.

 Unfortunately the GW-60 was steaming up and the battery was almost dead at 200 k's so headed back to shore - hit 200 when i got back so did a quick charge and headed back out on Patrik 100 to complete the k's to get the pb.  Bloody hard work with the gusty wind and my body was really hurting but managed to do it!

Awesome day on the water - been a long time since i have had a pbCool.

Patrik 100 / 7m ka race / Atomic Weapon 36cm fin  - (32.5 peak)

Patrik 87 / 6.3m ka race  / Black Project R30 fin 

 



Caddy Bogan (1475km):
126 days ago

Pretty full on day.  Started out on the 7.1m on the 94L Isonic with BP35S.  Was having issues being over powered later realised that I had lost downhaul burnt my arms before I realised.  Heading back in for lunch and dropped down to the 6.3m and 79L falcon but wind was to gusty went back in again and grabbed the 94L but it was all over the wind was dropping out too much.

Ohh and it was crazy choppy, but a new 2sec PB for boggy.

Good work Carl on the kms 

 

Boggy Lake, SA, AU



Comments
Sellicks Bogan


SA
Australia
126 days ago

3/4 Bogan


SA
Australia
126 days ago

Congrats Sellicks on your PBs, great stuffCool

Social Distancing Bogan


SA
Australia
126 days ago

Well done Shane. That's a big effort. You've come along way.

I wanted to sail el Bog today, but was being a "good egg" (as Steve Marshall told us all to do) and instead sailed local. Nobody encountered police check points, frisking and cavity searches on the way down to the lake ??

No postings from me now. I'm just an interloper Wink

Pete: Can I get to the Buggy launch area in a sedan ? or is it 4WD/private land ?

Jimbob the Bogan


SA
Australia
126 days ago
Yay Sellicks bogan. Thatís my old Missile be great for your weight and size. Didnít make it today seen the wind was early and had to have a sleep after 6 nights. Would have been Danny you sailed with.
Captain bogan


SA
Australia
126 days ago

Well done Sellicks Cool.

Caddy Bogan


SA
Australia
126 days ago

Nice 2sec Sellicks

Retired Bogan


SA
Australia
126 days ago
Well done on the PBís Carl and Shane great effort. Being in the prime age bracket for CV I thought I should practice social distancing, but the temptation for a sail will probably overcome my conscience soon
Oversized bogan


SA
Australia
126 days ago

sounds like trousers it was good that we were on the other other of lake at death strip.  we might have pushed the 10 limit?

 

but yeah  soooo choppy

Oversized bogan


SA
Australia
126 days ago

nice Km Carl in that shitty choppy mess!!  oH been spoilt by the mouth and lg too much. well done 

Great speed shane well done

 

Wannabe , yes 4WD definitely for the last section , private property, permission needed but Grant seems a nice guy.

BTW  its a long way round to the spot , 3 dodgy gates mud and cows but only really go ther to clear the water with a chain or sail the death strip.

 

It is nice to sail straight onto the speed strip and sail straight of the shore  but if you dont have a high pressure cleaner for yr truck then you might regret it.

 

definitely keep in isolation.  

Sellicks Bogan


SA
Australia
126 days ago

Plenty of k's Captain, good stuff. Nice turnout guys Jimbobs right...lifes good :-) 

Kraken Bogan


SA
Australia
126 days ago

Top effort Captain !! Congrats on the double century in pretty tough conditions, not much LG type smooth water , Bogey bumps !!Tongue out

1% Bogan


SA
Australia
126 days ago

Nice speed Sellicks Bogan Tongue out Good effort Captain Cool

Boombuster


QLD
Australia
125 days ago

Nice going Carl

Trousers


SA
Australia
125 days ago

Well done Shane & Csptain , PBs in Autumn!

Happy to help give you a little nudge towards two hundred Carl - that's a huge day on the water, but what realy blows my mind is a 21kt hour in that lumpy westerly! 😲 Skills! 

Captain bogan


SA
Australia
125 days ago

Cheers guys - great fun but no glass 😂

Full Bogan


SA
Australia
125 days ago

Well done all. 

 

 Wow Sellicks you really are pulling out some serious speeds. Maybe putting the challenge up to Gun bogan 😉😉

 Nice work. Good to see you put that board to work 😃😃

Well done all looks like Daishy won the day in the chop. Nice one mate

 

Carl (captain bogan great effort for boggy mate. Really challenging to do that sort of distance in the chop. Happy for your pb mate 😃😃

 

Nice turnout well done all. 

Oversized bogan


SA
Australia
125 days ago
Carl and anyone else of the owner of the dreaded but wonderful GW60 Coming from a cycling and endurance back ground , yes donít judge me 🙏🏻🙏🏻 And all the gadgets that cycling have Iím bewildered of that lack of choice for the windsurfing world Below are some of the tricks I have done to solve the crazy deficiencies of this watch. Or maybe if you buy one then below will/ maybe extend the watches durability 1. NEVER push the buttons in the water , waterproofing is loss water apparently from those who have dismantled these watches and seen the internals know this. 2. Use silver tape over the 4 contacts whilst sailing to reduce wear and tear on contacts. 3.better still apparently Chris d puts his in a waterproof bag on water . That way it never gets wet. For me that defeats the purchase of a watch but still excellent way to persevere watch for massively longer life span!!! For me though at 350$ if it lasts 2 years Iím happy, I just broke a mast at 1000$ replacement and didnít get that annoyed 😩😩 so why does a watch at only 350$ piss me off so much??? 4. If doing distance buy a small charger and plug in while sailing. Place in water proof container ( test at home beforehand) watch will charge as u sail. 2 hrs later back at full charge. 5. Buy a second cord, somehow they get useless after a while, 😀😀 Anyway happy sailing
Tricky Bogan


SA
Australia
125 days ago

WHHHOOOOOTTT Sellicks crack'n speed Tongue out PB's are Cool

Captain Carl bout time you put in some hard yards nice work on the Km.s PB's are Cool

Bunta Bogan outing boysWink

3/4 Bogan


SA
Australia
125 days ago

Congrats Carl, 217ks in those conditions is Cool. Well done.

Nice team effortSmile

Choc dipped Bogan


SA
Australia
125 days ago

Nice PBs  Carl & Shane, great team session