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Kiteboarding’s 10 Worst Habits

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Here is a list of Kiteboarding’s 10 Worst Habits. This Top Ten is some of the worst things we see daily on kite beaches that make us cringe or shake our heads. Why do people do it, when there is clearly a better way or at least a better looking way to do it? These bad habits were submitted from our pro-team members as some of the worst examples of sloppy or just plain ugly kite technique. There are many more bad habits not on this list to be sure. Here we have listed ten of the worst in no particular order. Continue reading

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Kiteboarder certification Cards

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For many years now the top training organizations in the world have issued Kiteboarder Certification Cards. Kiteboarder certification cards are for kiters wheat PADI cards are for scuba divers. Kiteboarder certification cards serve several purposes. They are a way for the student to self-evaluate their level achieved. And they are an objective way to prove the skill level of the card holder to another person. Continue reading

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How to be an Independent Kiteboarder

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How to be an Independent Kiteboarder

Kiteboarding is essentially a solo sport. When you are kiting you are alone on your board and are in sole control of your craft. It is always better to have friend to help you launch and a buddy to ride with, but at the end of the day you are alone. To be alone means that you will ultimately need to be self-reliant. Continue reading

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Access to Beaches and Launch sites

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Access to Beaches and Launch sites
All kiteboarders need to maintain their access to kite beaches and launch sites and ride areas. Over the years we have lost many sites due to conflicts with other user groups, safety issues, and lack of cooperation among kiters. Without access there is no kiting. Most kite launches and ride areas are on public lands, and use shared community resources. Continue reading

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