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Rob Kopmels / The Netherlandsage: 51 yrs / height: 182 cm / weight: 88 kgs
Tweak 98 Rock SG
Excellent support on the selection and order process, so as during building. This is a real customer intimacy experience. I approached Mojo because I was disappointed in many serial products. I needed a strong and resistant board that rides as I wanted it to ride. She arrived perfectly packed on time in 6 weeks after order. Finish and built of the board is very good, footstraps already installed ready to go. The performance of the board is as I hoped for. The keyword is control. I wanted to have a bump & jump buddy for coastal blasting in sometimes severe chops with control in all conditions. And that’s what i got. I sail it from overpowered 4.0 up to 6.5 and it never disappoints me. It glides easy through lulls and accelerates smooth and fast. With a single fin on flat water, it’s fast enough for free ride blasting, with thruster set up it always keeps you in control. Jibing and jumping is easy, it really does what you want.
Overall I am very happy with this board, and I hope that I can have fun with it for a long time! You should not have any doubt. The Mojo team and the board you’ll get will not disappoint you.
Hajas Albert / Hungaryage: 50 yrs / height: 177 cm / weight: 78 kgs
T-Bird 5'1" Soul BX
I have been wingboarding for a year now. My level: consistent jibes, tacks and jumps. After one season winging I got a vague idea of what board I needed. After consulting the shaper Berto and giving him some basic data he came up with the T-Bird design. With the CAD-shaper program I could already see on the screen that the compact shape looked great. On the water the board just delivered fantastically. Despite being 20+ liter smaller than my previous board it planes a lot earlier due to a proper wing-rocker. The low weight contributes to high jumps, low swing weight in manoeuvres and it is less tiring during sessions. The light concave in the nose softens the landing. But what is probably most outstanding is the quality.
Compared to the factory boards this is a masterpiece of craftmanship. If you ask you can get pictures of the production stages to see it for yourself. 5+ star board. Pure joy to ride it from 10-30 kts. From flat water lakes to chest high waves. Albert in action
Jürgen Lückenbach / Germanyage: 54 yrs / height: 184 cm / weight: 108 kgs
Thriller 112 Rock SG
Now I have the board for some time and I could sail her in 6 to 8 wind forces and I must say it is a dream board. Despite 112 liters I'm still able to ride her in so much wind. Even in the strongest gusts I still have very good control.
I am very happy with my new baby.Thanks for the great board! You have done a good job...
Torsten Klünder / Germanyage: 39 yrs / height: 193 cm / weight: 87 kgs
Tweak 90 Rock SG
In low wind, the board is used by me immediately as soon as it is enough for the water start. Sheet launching is then not possible in my weight class. Easy standing and slow speed are no problem at all. As soon as there is enough wind, the Tweak 90 is a fun machine that I hope to have fun with for a long time due to its robust construction. If you want to ride a custom board or not, you have to decide for yourself. Also the question if you prefer to buy in a local store or online. But in any case check out mojo's homepage. The guys shape in Hungary from passion and produce locally in Europe.
I was convinced by the combination of price, customizability, own design and mega good support for all questions!
Torsten's full review in German at windinfo.eu
Markus Bouhier / Germanyage: 23 yrs / height: 185 cm / weight: 81 kgs
Trick Pro 97 fin + foil Hard Rock DY
First of all i'm very satisfied with the shape, the look and the characteristics of the board on the water. I'm happy with the contact and your service and how you managed all my wishes with my board - i really recommend it to buy a custom board at mojo!During delivery the package was damaged, but there ist no damage to the board. In the fin box was a little bit of resin, so it was difficult to get the screw in the board / fin. But i removed it and now it works perfectly.
Surf Magazin / Germanyage: 40 yrs / size: 30 x 20 cm / weight: 0,3 kgs
BeSTYLER 99 fin + foil Rock BX
Fin out, foil in - the beStyler from Maui Ultra Fins is not only supposed to be a full-fledged freestyle board, but also capable of taking off with a foil. We tried out whether a comparatively wide freestyle board with a foil makes any sense at all. On land: the beStyler 99, a hybrid concept for freestyle and foiling, comes from the Hungarian custom workshop MOJO, just like the beRacer (surf 8/2020), which has also already been presented. The deep-tuttle box sits directly under the rear strap, yet everything can be mounted quite straightforwardly. Due to the construction, the board has to be very thick in the area of the box, the 65 width is probably a concession to the foiling suitability, because here applies: the wider a board, the easier the control over the foil. SURF conclusion: A hybrid concept like the beStyler is always a compromise: as a 100 percent freestyle board a bit heavy and sluggish, as an entry-level board for foiling for leisurely cruising and jibing too difficult to control. But if you already freestyle at a good level and are looking for a "one fits all" concept for 50 percent freestyle and 50 percent foilstyle, you will quickly get the hang of it and have fun with the beStyler. full article in German
Stefan Matej / Greeceage: 35 yrs / height: 175 cm / weight: 70 kgs
Trick Pro 92 Rock BX
Even before my Trick Pro 92l was delivered I was very happy with the perfect customer support. Bertalan sent me pictures of the production and so the anticipation was enormous. Sadly, when the board arrived there was no wind for more than one week to test the board here at Naxos. Then, finally some very gusty offshore southwind, with the advantage of totally flat water, arrived. After another periode of windless days the common northwind let me test the board in strong winds, about 30kn, super choppy conditions as well as in moderate winds about 17-22kn.
I can tell you I love the board. It's a dream! It pops and rotates incredibly good! It feels like every move is on the next level. I am even thinking about replacing my 100l light wind board against a Mojo Board. Hang Loose! Stefan
Flemming Bak Nielsen / Denmarkage: 62 yrs / height: 185 cm / weight: 68 kgs
Trigger 122 Hard Rock DY
In the past my Hungarian World Class product was the Pick Salami from Szeged. Nothing next to or above. Now I will add Mojo Custom Boards to the list. I got tired of production slalom boards because they are too fragile according to my taste. I contacted Bertalan and got a 122 L Trigger designed. 75 cm wide and 52 cm one-foot off. After several pleasant conversations and 40 e-mail exchanges the board was shipped on time. It was shipped on Tuesday and arrived in Denmark on Friday. Packed in a reused carton. Through one of the holes a footstrap was visible, only covered by a thin plastic film. Luckily without damages. I tested the board at my east-wind spot in only 8 km in 6 degrees. The Mojo team had in advance already fitted the foot straps to my shoe size, so it was not necessary to fiddle with the adjustment. A nice bonus. I used a 7,1 m2 Gunsails Vector and a 44 cm T-Lab fin. Normally I have the mastfoot at 135 cm, but on the Trigger it keeps the nose too much down, so I moved it 3 cm further back, and the board behaved better.
The Trigger 122 L is nice and easy to use. I think the two of us will be Best Friends.
Marco Schmidt / Germanyage: 49 yrs / height: 185 cm / weight: 85 kgs
Tweak 95 Hard Rock DY
I tried the board on saturday but in not very good conditions...
I was at a flatwaterspot with it and I had to use a 6.2 Sail and I used it with a 24 cm weed single fin. The board feels maximum stiff and very direct. It´s not a board for someone who wants it very comfortable;-). It reacts very quick/direct on every little foot stearing. Bali said that the board is not really fast.... in the Single fin set up it is!!! It was easy to get plaining and to go upwind, it keeps the speed in the turns so I could do jibes in various diamters. The volume is well balanced so that it is easy to tack.
Peter van den Haak / The Netherlandsage: 37 yrs / height: 205 cm / weight: 85 kgs
Trigger 120 Rock BX
The windgods were in my favor so I had the opportunity to test the board today. Conditions were far from optimal, but that is often the case at my homespot. The condiitions: The wind was very gusty, varying from 12 to 35 knots N-NW. The rig: Gunsails GS-R 8.6 and a Select S1 XL Slam EVO fin (43cm). Because of the extremely gusty day, I was able to test the board in all conditions. The board starts planing very early without any effort, It lays high on the water, feels loosely and eats the chop like there is none. In windlulls the board keeps planing very easy In overpowered conditions the board is very controllable as long as you keep the sail sheeted in. The board is fast and it gybes like heaven! It carves very good in the turns and it keeps it speed.
In short... I love the board!. You guys created a masterpiece!!!
Trevor Fisk / United Kingdomage: 55 yrs / height: 180 cm / weight: 81 kgs
Trick Pro 100 Rock BX
I used the board for the first time yesterday. The wind wasn’t wonderful but she worked great. The sailing area feels very compact which enables me to pump with my feet in both front and rear straps, which is perfect for early foiling. The control whilst up on the foil is also great, in any lull of the wind because you are sailing over the center line, it stays on the foil very easy and is also very efficient to pump the board for extra float. Transitions are a little more difficult, due to the small size and narrowness of the board but that is just going to be a learning curve for me to adjust.
It is going to be really nice once I get use to it, I love it.
Martin D. Gottier / Germanyage: 55 yrs / height: 186 cm / weight: 90 kgs
Tiny 87 Soul SG
Yeaaaah, i am happy. A little piece of Happinees in our Life. The baby comes to me...:) I think Love and Windsurfing are the best drugs against all the problems in the World!!!!! :)))
By now, the baby has arrived to Sommerland. The quality of the board and your design modify is great. It looks very good and it’s neat and tidy handled. Yesterday, it was first time with the baby on river Elbe. The wind was strong with 6-7 Beaufort and i used the 4,7qm sail. It was great and i am happy with the baby.
I am enamored and I can't wait the next Sessions!
Hang Loose Martin :)
Matthew Burridge / Franceage: 48 yrs / height: 182 cm / weight: 96 kgs
Thriller 105 Rock SG
So the thriller 105, we used it in 18-20 knots, very choppy conditions with a 5.7 5 batten freewave and a 27 fin. Really nice board, smooth through chop, very turny, some nice little jumps off the chop. The fin was a bit big probably, a wide base 25 would have been better i expect, but it was a long walk to the car... so i didnt change it one downside with the short length and high volume tail for my specific weight is that the centre of bouyancy is quite far aft, so the tail sits high in the water when underpowered, struggling to get home when the wind dies. it makes the balance a bit tricky. Just a touch more wind and more forward movement and the problem goes away completely. this is pretty normal for me in this size and style of board BUT this was the first sail in horrible corrigated chop, and i will need to learn how to sail the board over a few months to give any feedback worth anything to you, the first few sails are always spent comparing it to what i normally sail!
So thanks very much its a very nice board!
Andrey Alexandrenko / Germanyage: 43 yrs / height: 190 cm / weight: 80 kgs
Tempo Pro 130 Hard Rock DY
I used my free time today to take a better look at the boards. They are really good (very good paintwork, sanding, straps, pads and so on). I managed to go on the water with the Tempo 130. And I was surprised about it. The board feels like a freemove board. Even jumping is quite possible. It is very agile, forgiving and quite comfortable in chop conditions. An the other hand it accelerates fast and achieves quite a good speed. I'm looking forward for warm days with more guys on the water, so I can compete with others.I tried the Tempo Pro on foil. And one more surprise, it did very well. I would say it was even better than my old bic windfoil 130. The water touch was quite soft without loosing much speed. And I did not have the so called catapult effect. Maybe I just have to try it harder. Even the straps position was with a 7.5 sail and my afs85 perfect.
Bajzáth Gábor / Hungaryage: 44 yrs / height: 184 cm / weight: 74 kgs
Tidal Pro 82 Soul SG
Beszámoló Sóstóról: napközben ezren voltak es olyan semmilyen volt a szél, aztan délutan 5 utan gyönyörűen befújt, akkorra már szinte mindenki hazament, jó erős 4.2 82 liter ment Sóstó-classic hullamokkal. Fél 8-ig kentem. Ami fontos: ma csak 4.2-vel mentem. Mindkét deszka zseni az adott körülmények között ezzel a vityóval, nagyon szeretem mindkettőt. Egyébkent a 90-est sokkal júzerfrendebbnek érzem, de tényleg szuper a kicsi is ha rendesen fúj a szél.
Report from Sóstó: during the day it was crowded and there was fluky wind, then it picked up nicely after 5 in the afternoon, by then almost everyone had gone home, a good strong 4.2 82 liters went with Sóstó-classic waves. I sailed until 8:30. What’s important: today I only sailed on 4.2. Both boards are awesome with the right conditions on this sail, I really like both. Otherwise, I feel like the Tidal 90 is more user friendly, but the little one is really great with proper wind
Gerd Knarren / Germanyage: 50 yrs / height: 184 cm / weight: 98 kgs
Tempo Pro 140 Soul BX
I could ride the board yesterday and today with 8.6 sail. Today I took another fin and the board felt much more free. Today I used a Select S1 fin in 47 cm. The board felt much more free and I could make more height. With this fin the board rides really perfect.
Exactly what I was looking for. It took a big smile to my face.
Hang Loose from the Brouwersdam
Alessando Guidetti / Italyage: 44 yrs / height: 178 cm / weight: 70 kgs
Tweak 105 Soul SG
mojo buon giorno .. sono a hyeres oggi poca onda e vento da 5.3 .. mio dio .. incredibile .. che tavola che tavola .. nn va mai in spinout strambata in un metro .. incredibile "belin" sono troppo felice .. velocità incredibile .. bolina tantissimo .. cazzo va a 200 sparata in bolina contro vento ... quando surfi con vento da mare e onda che non spinge nn perde la planata riprende la parete e la schiuma della onda ..voto 10000000 grazie mille .. salutoni
mojo good morning .. i'm in hyeres today little wave and wind for 5.3 .. my god .. incredible .. what a board what a board .. never goes into spinout jibe in one meter .. incredible "belin" I'm too happy .. incredible speed upwind .. went 200 times upwind .. when you surf with sea wind and the wave does not push she stays on the plane and gets back on the face to the whitewater ..vote 10000000 thank you very much .. salutoni.
Alexander Funk / Germanyage: 51 yrs / height: 192 cm / weight: 91 kgs
Taxi 129 Soul SG
I had the first session yesterday, the weight really makes a difference in carrying and foiling. The board feels more lively in the air.
The trimm with the new positions is fine, the deckpad is comfortable. The board works perfect as a 4in1 board for windsup, windfoiling, suping, supfoiling and now even for winging. The foil inserts are build in rock solid. But the rails seem a little bit more ding sensitive than on Taxi 1. The beach at our lake consists of sand and small, round stones. These left some dings on the rails while attaching the rigg.
About the rails, I didn't have any problems with this after i noticed it at first.
Mátyás János / Hungaryage: 41 yrs / height: 185 cm / weight: 80 kgs
Tidal 85 Hard Rock DY
Aki látta, probálta annak tetszett. Tegnap egyik sráctol az volt a feedback, hogy könnyű nagyon használni (Little Reefre ment ki vele) - ami igaz is. Szerintem is könnyű, illletve (ez nem kritika amúgy) pont ezért gondolkodom a Tidal Pro-n is. Nem kell szerintem senkinek Polakow style radikal deszka, de néha jó lenne egy gyorsabb verzió. A lényeg hogy én egy boldog ügyfel vagyok! De tuti fogok rendelni egy Tidal Pro-t is... :)
Whoever saw and tested liked it. The feedback from one of the guys yesterday was that it was very easy to use (sailed Little Reef with her) - which is also true. I think it's easy, too (and that's not a criticism anyway) that's why I'm thinking about Tidal Pro too. I don’t think anyone needs Polakow style radical boards, but sometimes a faster version would be nice. The main thing is that I'm a happy customer! But I will definitely order a Tidal Pro ... :)
Henk & Paul Slaa / The Netherlandsage: 54 yrs / height: 194 cm / weight: 100 kgs
Thriller 109 Rock SG
Today Paul and I had our very first session with our MOJO’s. It was great. Wind dropped at first, but picked up quit fast and stayed strong througout the afternoon. I must say that my thriller was fantastic. It was very quick with planing and it was very easy to sail. All the chop was ironed away and it was a very relaxing ride. Even when the wind picked up, it stayed easy to control. The jumps were higher than I expected. Very nice! Waveriding went well, but I didn’t have the right finsetup jet, so it could even go better. The only thing is that on the way back I couldn’t put much pressure (floating front foot). This needs a little bit of tweaking, I think.
Overall it was a very satisfying session. Paul was also very happy. He compared it to his JP Thruster and he said that his MOJO was planing much quicker, than his JP.
Mario Röcher / Germanyage: 46 yrs / height: 180 cm / weight: 93 kgs
Twilight 110 Soul SG
Last weekend I was finally on the coast and was able to surf the mojo on Sunday. With my Torro 6.0 I could surf the mojo on flat water. Stand up and feel at home, early planing, maneuverable, lots of fun. Looking forward to the next session with a little bit of a wave.
By the way, it was a lot of fun to order a board from you. Super reaction times, friendly communication, great product, keep up the good work.
I will definitely recommend you and certainly order my next board from you.
Florian Pöckl / Austriaage: 36 yrs / height: 176 cm / weight: 75 kgs
Tweak 95 Rock SG
Andy has just brought me my board, it is great! :-))))
You and your guys has done a really great job! Thanks a lot!!! It’s perfect!
Now we only need some good wind for the first ride on the water! :)
A short feedback to my Tweak 95 which I have got from you last year, the board is awesome and I have really great fun with it!!
Kai Weisweiler / Germanyage: 44 yrs / height: 188 cm / weight: 74 kgs
Thriller 102 Soul TX
You. Are. Heroes. ! I am totally blown away by the beauty of this board. My biggest respect to you and the MOJO crew for how you build and finished it. So much attention to detail, so straight and clean craftsmanship. No bleeding paint edges. Absolutely great work! I know that it's nearly impossible to finish largish high gloss textreme areas without dry spots, little air bubbles are other inaccuracies. As i told you before, i once owned a Fanatic Textreme board. It also had many visible sanding spots. So don't care about that. The weight is definitely ok concerning the many paint layers, thruster boxes and luxurious pads. The Thriller will go on a trip with me to south of France in two weeks, good timing :) We will be raising glasses tonight to the MOJO team.
I didn't give you feedback for a long time about my 102 Thriller. I still looove this board. It's amazingly versatile for our different spots here in southern germany. And it draws lots of attention :)