CURF electric surfboard review by Allstar Jetboard Team

The CURF electric surfboard review is the last video review from the Allstar Jetboard Tour Team in 2018.

The team had the chance to ride the CURF jetboard in Sotogrande, Spain.

CURF electric surfboard review
CURF electric surfboard review

Allstar Jetboard Team can look back to an exiting year. The 2018 tour started at BOOT 2018 in Dusseldorf (Germany) where multiple prototypes were shown.

Not only the CURF jetboard was shown first time in January at boot, but also the new Lampuga boards, the Radinn GX2 and the Jetsurf Electric.

In June the Onean Carver X was reviewed in Barcelona before the team was heading out to Brno (Czech Republic) for the MotoSurf WorldCup where the Jetsurf Electric was shown first time in action.

Allstar team interviewing Benjamin Koehnsen from CURF
Allstar team interviewing Benjamin Koehnsen from CURF

Further trips to Jetsurf Academy (Czech Republic) & CarbraTec (Czech Republic) Liftfoils (Slovenia) and Flying Rodeo (Slovenia) took place, but the highlight was the Jetboard Festival in Sotogrande with Fliteboard, Torque and Onean.

Also Jetwake and ESURF were visiting the team in Sotogrande (Spain).

Now back to the CURF electric surfboard review.

Benjamin Köhnsen and his CURF team were visiting Wayne, Tania, Mike and Miona from the Allstar team in November for the review of their jetboard.

Please see the full CURF electric surfboard review video from Mike here:

CURF Surf review - new electric surfboard YouTube play

    The CURF electric surfboard is with 70 kg probably the heaviest electric jetboard on the market. 2 batteries of 18 kg each plus the board itself.

    It has however quite a lot of power with 61 km/h or 38 mph for a 65 kg rider. For a 100 kg rider the speed is still supposed to be 56 km/h.

    Curf jetboard batteries
    Curf jetboard batteries

    This amount of power and the weight enables it to tow a wakeboarder or other water toys. So it s probably more a Jetski replacement as an electric surfboard.

    The board is 192 cm long and 73 cm wide with a height of 26 cm.

    Curf surfboard tows water toys
    Curf surfboard tows water toys

    Unfortunately the E-Surfer team was not able to join the test rides and our own test rides with the CURF team were cancelled for this year. We hope to have the opportunity to do our own CURF electric surfboard review next year. We are still concerned about the weight.

    More info at the CURF website at curf.surf