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Found 11 results

  1. .Joel

    Kite Artists & Prints

    T-Shirts are easy to find, it seems prints and wall art is a little trickier Please share links to artists and places that release wall art & prints. Megan, Kitesurfer & Artist living in Antigua. Megan's Prints: https://www.lifeofmegan.com/prints/ Megan's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/megananxo/ How Megan creates her drawings: Feel free to share any links to other people selling kite related prints.
  2. SoutherlyBuster

    Foil board for next Olympics

    Now this will be interesting to watch, Foil Kites with Foil Boards now accepted as event in 2024 Paris Olympics, see https://www.iksurfmag.com/kitesurfing-news/2018/11/world-sailing-agm-confirms-kiteboarding-for-the-paris-2024-olympic-games/ Sorry LEI fans, no LEI’s permitted Will be an open class.
  3. Spartan

    Flysurfer s new secret weapon

    This is the new kite on the block coming soon to a beach near You !! I'm STOKED
  4. I'm selling all my old kites which includes a 2015 North Dice 6m $650 (kite only) 2015 North Dice 9m $895 (complete with bar and lines) 2015 North Dice 11m $975 (complete with bar and lines) 2013 Airush Razor 7m $400 (complete with bar and lines) 2013 Crazyfly Sculp 8m $450 (complete with bar and lines) please email me if interested: antbrownkite@gmail.com
  5. SoutherlyBuster

    Inland kite surf Lake ColeRidge NZ

    Every time the wind forecast in Christchurch (New Zealand' South Isalnd) is warm and no wind, odds are the cold air from the moutains is flowing down and raising up in the Canterbury Plains, which translates into awsome kitesurfing session at Lake Coleridge the base of those mountains. On the way to get there you pass through a town called Windwhistle and it did live up to it's name. The drive there is just as pleasant as the kiting when you get there. Ignore the max 33 knots on the wind meter, meter was stuck on position from. Zac was on the 8m Speed 4 and I was on the Flysurfer Psycho IV 10m.
  6. SoutherlyBuster

    Salty Freshwater KiteSurf Landboard

    Kite surfing off the snow melt on a fresh water lake up in the Moutains of New Zealand at Lake Coleridge one day, kitesurfing/land boarding the smooth onshore winds at New Brighton Beach the next.
  7. Hi Guys, my name is Travis and I'm the Store Manager here at SeaFreaks Gold Coast. We're loading up with stock for the new season for both Kitesurfing and Stand Up Paddle, we're sporting the biggest selection of Naish and F-One you'll find on the Gold Coast. If you're interested in either brand or you just want to come in and keep me company through the day I'd love it! Come hang out and be part of the family Shop Location & Information Website: http://www.seafreaks.com.au Email: info@seafreaks.com.au Phone: 0411 823 886 Shop Address: 2/22 Hutchinson Street Burleigh Heads, Gold Coast Queensland 4220 We had our opening day with Chubbys Diner supplying great Sliders and Beach Buggy Australia for cruising the Gold Coast.
  8. .Joel

    Buying Your First Trainer Kite

    The right trainer kite can teach you flying skills that will help you progress through your Kitesurfing Lessons much quicker and more confidently. Purchasing a trainer kite before taking lessons can accelerate your natural progression, it also gives you a learning tool to continue to use between your lessons. Learning to Kitesurf is as much about the kite as it is the board, spending time with a trainer kite will develop your muscle memory in the same way when you drive a car you no longer need to think about turning the steering wheel, your body simply does it. Top Choices for your First Trainer Kite 2.0M to 3.5M Trainer Kites are an ideal size for learning, here’s some different designs and options below. Standard 2 Line Trainer Kite Two line trainer kites are the cheapest entry level kites designed to be used on land, in a park or on a beach. They’re inexpensive, easy to setup and fly however they’re best used in the company of someone else to help you relaunch them when you crash. Some Suggestions: HQ Rush V, Peter Lynn Hype TR, Crosskites Boarder, Standard 3 Line Trainer Kite These trainer kites are for use on land, in park or on the beach. They are generally not much more in cost than a two line standard trainer kite and come with a small 3 line bar setup. The benefit of the 3 line design is that if you’re learning on your own when you crash the kite you will be able to relaunch the kite yourself. Some Suggestions: HQ Rush V Pro, Peter Lynn Impulse TR Closed Cell 3 Line Trainer Kite These trainer kites are for use on Land or Water, so if you’re struggling for open space you can walk out and fly them in the water. Whilst they are more costly than a Standard 3 Line Trainer Kite they are a lot of fun and can be used to learn more of the basics of kiteboarding such as body dragging through the water. Some Suggestions: HQ Hydra II, Peter Lynn Skim Single Skin 3 Line Trainer Kite The newest designed Trainer Kites to the market and designed to be used on land, in a park or on a beach. Unlike all the other trainer kites a single skin trainer kite has no “cells” so nowhere to hold air. This makes them ideal for repeatedly crashing again and again when learning, and compared to all the other available trainer kites can take much harder and repeated crashes. Some Suggestions: Peter Lynn Uniq TR, Born-Kite Star3 Second Hand Trainer Kites? A second hand trainer kite can be a good option, look for one that hasn’t been used a lot as the consistent crashing of a trainer kite weakens the kite over time. You can look through our Buy & Sell section of our Community Forum. Still Not Sure? If you’ve still got questions and unsure, ask in our Community Kiteboarding Forum, our members will be more than happy to assist in answering your questions.
  9. Northern Kites Australia

    2Wheel Board - landboard and kiteboard in one

    This could be a game changer... a kite, a better designed "click on" board with fins and a handle... a kite... get my drift?
  10. Sizing up and getting ready to jump The Altona pier. With yesterday's Perfect 27-30 knots
  11. SoutherlyBuster

    Upwind turns

    With Joel banging on about upwind tacks on the buggies, he's got me started to see if I can do them kite surfing. I mostly ride with a uni-directional board and have seen upwind tacks done on course racing vids. I have tried a few times and usually run out of speed and come to a stop before completing the turn or end up doing and upside down superman as the kite goes into the power zone. To try and get the hang of it, I have also started to try this on the landboard. Did not see much on the web until I realised they have another name for it, a duck tack. Here are some instructional videos I found. So please share your tips and experiences trying this upwind tack.
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