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Top UK racer and KSP World Wave Tour competitor, Lee Harvey from Cornwall, talks you through the basic skills needed for a smooth, fast downwind gybe.
Banging a strapless aerial into your repertoire is all the rage at the moment. Practicing them off fun little waves like this one is something we all have the opportunity to do
Dr. Sarah Ellis and Lars Rousing Jorgensen are back to help toughen you up for kitesurfing.
You could have sworn that new kite you just purchased was ready to fly. If you're having a lot of 'What's wrong with this thing?' or 'Why's my kite not working?' moments, then the chances are your kite needs a little tuning. Adjus...
A handy manoeuvre to have up your sleeve for any smooth move emergency. Making the difference between an average and a nice, fast, fluid heel- to toe-side carve is all about kite control. You must become at one with your kite; a s...
INTRO ? Kiteboarding should be revelling in a snug blanket of glory as it welcomes in a melting pot of diverse influences from other sports. The future is now with 'surf' moves like this in the mix. John Amundson introduces his sh...
AIR CONTROL Going fast in choppy water inevitably results in a little air time, desired or not. Here's how to control it: Pushing out a little with your back foot as you come up to the bit of chop/wave to control your speed. Ideal...
INTRO - Whether you get caught out by a squall or are intentionally riding super over-powered to do some mega airs, holding that edge down requires extremely good technique. Kiteworld test rider, Chris Bull, weighs in with some he...
INTRO: Learning to jump is like being given the keys to the door on your 21st birthday. Unlocking a 3D world where boosting big airs is routine, suddenly things start to make sense
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