1. Lie on the board, hold the front of the board with one hand and the handle controller with the other hand. After starting, let yourself totally press the front of the board. The hydrofoil electric surfboard uses a safety lock, which will ensure that the pusher stops rotating when the user accidentally hits the propeller to avoid accidents.
2. The controller of the hydrofoil electric surfboard must be held. Check whether the controller is at level 1 speed. Whether there are any foreign objects around the propeller in a safe position. Start the motor once and then completely loosen it. Count down five seconds in the display window to start the propeller. The board will start to move forward.
From kneeling to standing, keep pressing the controller. If you don't press the controller or lightly press the controller, you will lose your balance and fall into the water. When driving at a constant speed, place your hands on the front of the board. Move your knees forward and stand upright. The position of the knees should be moderate. Be careful not to hit the nail on the front cover. If the front end of the board sinks at this time, it may be too slow. If it is swaying from side to side or falling into the water, it may be too fast or the center of gravity of the body is too far back. After bending the knees, move the center of gravity forward to keep the front end down. Take some time to practice balance and switching speed.
Hydrofoil surfing is different from surfing, you need to control the board with your front foot. Always pour into the water from the side in the direction of travel. Keep your body's center of gravity leaning forward and press hard on your front knees to make sure your feet are in the correct position. Too much worry about speed will only make the driving unstable, and it is difficult to grasp the balance. Hydrofoil flight like an airplane requires a constant speed to maintain a smooth ride. Don't drive too slowly, the hydrofoil will stop and you will fall. Do not change directions when driving in a straight line. Turning requires balance and force on the axis. It can't turn in shallow water. Before unpacking, carefully read the storage and maintenance instructions in the manual.