Our goal through having a kiteboarding blog is to provide as much knowledge as possible. Our passion is sharing this sport with others. We strive to overcome the stereotype that you need to be strong, young and athletic to learn how to kiteboard. Kiteboarding is a sport for all ages.
We’re stoked to be chosen as one of the Top 40 Kiteboarding Blogs in the world. Our work isn’t done yet; we want to continue to improve and provide our readers with content they want to see. If you could take a minute to fill out the brief survey below it would help us focus more on the content you want to see:No Fields Found.
We try to prepare our students with as much knowledge as possible so they progress through their training as efficiently as possible. If you’re new to kiteboarding here are some things to study:
There are some things that you may want more information about, whether that be on or off the water. Here are a few examples:
We want to provide true and unbiased reviews. When testing out a kite we adapt our riding to the characteristics of that kite. Different shapes and aspect ratios play a huge role towards what a certain kite is meant for. If the kite has different tuning options, we’ll fly the kite in every way possible before making a general consensus. Here are a few reviews from the past year:
As often as possible we try to provide our interpretation of the forecast. Different models show different predictions for the wind. We will use the various forecasting models with our local knowledge of studying the wind patterns here to provide as accurate of a forecast as possible.