A look into the future

The Israeli team just held their first iQFOiL race to launch their Paris 2024 campaign… and the future looks bright. 8 races were completed over two days with excited riders battling it out in a variety of wind conditions.

This year will also see the first ever iQFOiL World Championships along with other events around the world. You can find information about this year’s events on the official iQFOiL class website. For more information about all of the iQFOiL equipment, you can visit the iQFOiL equipment website.

Until then, check out the video of the Israeli team battling racing each other on their brand new gear.

Photos by Uri Magnus/Moshe Menagen Photography

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