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Flymaax: kites, lines, bars, and kitesurfing accessories by Maxime Nocher

What is Flymaax?

The fruit of a four-year collaboration between French kitesurferMaxime Nocherand Swiss paraglider Hans Bollinger while working on other projects, the idea forFlymaaxwas conceived in 2018 and brought to fruition in 2019.Flymaax specializes in the sale ofkitesurfing products. Its research and development team is on the cutting edge of technology for wings, bars, and other kitesurfing accessories.  The aim? To bring a breath of fresh air into kitesurfing, which became an Olympic sport in 2018.

What types of kitesurfing wings does Flymaax sell?

  • Racing Kites

Developed forperformanceand the best results when taming the wind, the ‘Flymaax Boomkitesare suitable for the most hardened competitors. They come in five different sizes (9, 11, 13, 15, or 20 square meters) and are available in five different colors combinations (one for each size) from blue to red and including gray and black.

  • Freeride Kites

Designed forleisure, the ‘Flymaax Easy‘ Freeride kites are best suited to beginners just learning to kitesurf or to those just looking to have some fun. As with the ‘Boom,’ theEasyis available in five sizes (6, 8, 10, 15, 15 square meters).

Who is Maxime Nocher?

A professional kitesurferborn in Cagnes-sur-Mer on the Côte d’Azur in June 1994, Maxime Nocher is considered the young prodigy of kitesurfing and kitefoiling in France. Now living in Monaco, Maxime is a pro rider for theFrench kitesurfing team(Racing, Foil, and Slalom) as well as a test pilot for Team GIN R&D.11 time World Champion in Racing kiteboarding and present on the top step of the podium in numerous continental and national competitions, Maxime was launched into the world of kitesurfing by his father, a windsurfing enthusiast and kitesurfing pioneer in the 1990s.Launched into the highest level at the age of 15 following the sudden death of his mother, Maxime has proven himself an outstanding athlete for a number of years now.  Though he still has many challenges ahead, Maxime already has in his eye on the2024 Olympic Games in Paris where a kitesurfing event was included in the program. He is hoping to shine at this event and win the title of Olympic Champion on the waves of the Mediterranean Sea, where he learned all he knows, since the kite events will take place at Marseille.Among his other goals, Maxime hopes soon to make it into the Guiness Book of Records by setting the world speed record in kitesurfing! Also passionate about boating, in his spare time Maxime practices other sports such as stand-up paddleboarding, surfing, swimming, windsurfing or wakeboarding.

Maxime Nocher is an 11-time World Champion and 9-time European Champion in kitesurfing

  • 2019 :
    • Winner of the Hydrofoil Pro Tour, La Ventana (Mexico)
  • 2018 :
    • World Number One — Chosen for the 2020 and 2024 Olympic Games
    • 1st in the World Cup, Foil category (general)
    • 3rd in the World Championships, Racing category
  • 2017 :
    • 3rd in the World Championships, Racing category
    • World Record for kitesurfing from Monaco to Calvi
  • 2016 :
    • World Number One
    • World Champion Racing category
    • World Champion, Foil Open category
    • European Champion, Racing category
    • French Champion, Racing category
  • 2015 :
    • World Number One
    • World Champion, Racing Open category
    • World Champion, Foil Open category
    • European Champion, Racing category
    • French Champion, Foil category
  • 2014 :
    • World Number One
    • World Champion, Racing Open category
    • European Open Champion
    • French Champion, Racing Open category
    • French Champion, Long Distance Open
    • French Vice Champion, Foil Open category
  • 2013 :
    • Ranked 4th in the world
    • World Champion, Foil category
    • World Champion, Racing category (under 21s)
    • European Champion, Racing Open category
    • European Champion, Racing category (under 21s)
    • French Champion, Long Distance Open
    • French Champion, Racing Open category
  • 2012 :
    • Ranked 5th in the world
    • World Champion, Foil Open category
    • World Champion, Racing category (under 21s)
    • World Vice Champion, Slalom Open category
    • European Champion, Racing category (under 21s)
    • European Vice Champion, Racing Open category
    • French Champion, Racing Open category
  • 2011 :
    • Ranked 12th in the world
    • Junior World Champion, Racing category (under 21s)
    • Vice Champion Windsurfing Open Series
    • European Champion, Racing category (under 21s)
    • French Champion, Racing category (under 21s)
  • 2010 :
    • Ranked 76th in the world
    • French Champion, Racing category (under 21s)
    • European Junior Champion, Racing category (under 21s)
    • French Champion, Freestyle category (under 21s)
  • 2009 :
    • European Champion, Racing category (under 21s)
    • Vice Champion of France, Racing category (under 21s)
    • 4th in the French Championships, Freestyle Open category
  • 2008 : European Champion, Racing category (under 21s)
  • 2007 : European Champion, Junior Freestyle category (under 18s)
  • 2006 : European Vice Champion, Junior Freestyle category (under 18s)