Two bigger sizes have been added to the Bolt line. When being second is not an option, these new shapes are your match. The 115, 125 and 135 now come as FOIL ready constructions allowing the use of a hydrofoil.
These new bigger volumes with increased widths will primarily add to your average speed around the course while still focusing on top end performance with tail cut-outs and the infinite tail rocker acceleration Goya’s Bolts are known and praised for. The boards are basically the same as the smaller Bolts with increased release. The Bolt’s rocker has almost continuous flat section from behind the mast to the tail, with the lightest release off the tail for unlimited speed and acceleration.
A concave deck drives the power of the rig lower and forward on the water. Tail cutouts bring flotation to lower speeds and reduce the wetted area on straight speeding lines. The Bolt gets up and planing on the lightest breeze, and paces through gusts, allowing you to forcefully ride on the fin with direct control. The outline curves and rail shapes protect you out of gybes like no other board. The Bolt matches best with the Mark Freerace sail.
Available in 95, 105, 115*, 125*, 135* Litres (*foil ready)
Simon Bassett took a trip to Tarifa to visit Goya & Quatro to find out more details about the new range. Take a look at his photos and also a video of Keith Taboul discussing some of the new elements.
|Volume (litres)||Length (cm)||Width (cm)||Tail (cm)||Sail (sqm)||Weight (kg)||Tail Shape||Fins|
|95||236||61.9||40.4||5.0 - 7.5||5.8||Round||MFC H1 TT 36|
|105||236||64.1||41.9||5.5 - 8.9||6||Round||MFC H1 TT 38|
|115||240||71.8||45.4||6.0 - 8.5||6.8||Round||MFC H1 DEEP TT 42|
|125||240||76||52.8||6.0 - 9.0||7.3||Round||MFC H1 DEEP TT 44|
|135||243||80.1||53.8||7.0 - 10.0||7.5||Round||MFC H1 DEEP TT 46|