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Under The Bridge Downtown

Cape Town is one of kitesurfing's most important hubs in terms of gear development. Airush relocated their operation to Cape Town a year ago and have now developed a fully in-house working system

Under The Bridge Downtown

Pit Lane RRD Range 2012

RRD produce a range of six kites focussed on very different disciplines. So who better to kick-off the first in a series looking at the technical aspects of kite design? We begin with a look at the skeleton structure of the RRD ra...

Pit Lane RRD Range 2012

George Dufty ? Season Notes Part 1

George Dufty competed in the BKSA Under 15s (juniors) series last year and in this column, recounts some of his highlights and experiences from his first season, finishing third overall. Now sponsored by Liquid Force, he's current...

George Dufty ? Season Not

You Never Get Skunked In The Keys

The Florida Keys, a flat water paradise littered with sandbars, waist deep waters, luxury living and more non-wind activities than you could possibly fit into one trip. And we're not talking the boring museum variety. Jim Gaunt sa...

You Never Get Skunked In

Soma Bay

Our time in El Gouna was filled with daily activities, but Soma Bay gave us a chance to unwind and focus on nothing but kiting. Again, our new friend Nour picked us up from the Movenpick to escort us to the second half of our stay...

Soma Bay

Kite Like An Egyptian

We asked local kiter, English ex-pat Jenny Cooper, to explain what makes kiting spots in Egypt tick and to introduce us to some of her friends from the beach

Kite Like An Egyptian

A Tale of Two Halves

As the England football team crashed out of the World Cup we tore it up in El Gouna and Soma Bay, Egypt for eight out of ten days on seven metre kites. Now that's a result!

A Tale of Two Halves

Motor Drive: Project Transitions 2

With so many ways to turn around and head back the other way, Jo Ciastula is here with a few more takes on reversing direction, starting with the basic toe-to-heel-side carve

Motor Drive: Project Tran

Motor Drive: Project Transitions

The transition is one of the first aerial tricks you will learn. Changing direction in the air may sound complicated, but because the kite moves smoothly in only one direction and can be done quite slowly, it's not as demanding as...

Motor Drive: Project Tran

Splitting the pack

A virtual lap through the mind of ace racer, double PKRA Kiter Course Race World Champion, Steph Bridge

Splitting the pack
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