Overview Reviews Product Description Tahe Techno 185D Board w/ Chinook Power Glide Rig Bic 185D Techno Board: Big volume, stable, the Techno 185 D is the perfect combination for bigger sized beginner riders looking to learn and progress fast and easily. In light winds, its long length gives it excellent glide, perfect for cruising the coastline. Chinook Power Glide Rig: Performance, durability, and light-weight built into one sail. Majority of X-ply material combined with Dacron is very light yet extremely durable. Endo-batten seam shaping helps to create a powerful sail that is tunable with screw-adjusting batten tensioners. Comes with Ezzy built sail, 2-piece epoxy mast, Competition boom, 1-Bolt Tendon mast base, alloy extension, and uphaul. Designed for demanding recreational sailors. RBS Battens. *this package includes board, rig, harness, and harness lines. Harness pictured may vary based on availability* Product Videos Custom Field Product Reviews Write a Review Write a Review × BIC Tahe Techno 185D Board w/ Chinook Power Glide Rig Rating * Select Rating 1 star (worst) 2 stars 3 stars (average) 4 stars 5 stars (best) Name Email * Review Subject * Comments * 2 Reviews Hide Reviews Show Reviews 5 Windsurf package order Posted by Vanessa on 14th Jun 2021 They rock!!!! Easy to order, answer all questions you have in the minute (thanks Jess!) and smooth delivery at your home. Strongly recommend them. 4 A fine board overall Posted by Roch Guerin on 14th Sep 2017 As the title indicates, this is a fine board overall. A couple of minor negatives to start with: - The rear fin is "huge". It goes nearly as deep as the centerboard and I'm not sure it adds a lot, when it comes to stability of sailing upwind, but it means that you have to stop when you hit shallow waters. This can mean a long walk back to the shore depending on where you sail - The board and the rig came with zero instructions whatsoever. Granted, I was able to find what I needed online, but I was at a location with lousy Internet connectivity, and so this turned into a major hassle. - The footstrap locations are both unintuitive when trying to install them (there are several options you can choose from), and once installed not very effective. Except for these mostly minor issues, which are why I only give it 4 stars, the board is very forgiving and while not a high-performance board, sails reasonably well. Rigging the sail is pretty straightforward. Its only disadvantage is that the built-in horizontal battens mean that you cannot roll the sail on the mast. The sail has screw-adjusting batten tensioners, but I did not think they made much of a difference. The mast extension is easy to use and setup and useful. The harness that came with the rig was very nice, but it took me a while to figure out how to attach the harness lines on the boom (you have to remove the end-part of the boom and slide them over).