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Foil Boards and Downwind Riding

Foil Boards and Downwind Riding

Last week, we asked you what you wanted to know about kiteboarding. This week we have your answers! Cabrinha team rider, Damien LeRoy, gives us the scoop on foil boards, light wind and downwind riding. You’ve been riding a foil ...

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The Spirit of an Entreprenuer: Kiteboarding and Innovation

The Spirit of an Entreprenuer: Kiteboarding and Innovation

What do starting a business and kiteboarding have in common? Read on.

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Get It Now: Volume 10, Number 3

Get It Now: Volume 10, Number 3

Our Fall 2013 Issue. Purchase a single copy or subscribe today (and win!)

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Chris Bobryk Goes Global

Chris Bobryk Goes Global

Chris Bobryk on light wind training, wakestyle riding, and money on the line.

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Girls in Kiteboarding: The 10%

Girls in Kiteboarding: The 10%

An inside look at the status of women in kiteboarding. Full feature article coming soon.

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Exclusive Interview with Bruno Sroka

Exclusive Interview with Bruno Sroka

TKB catches up with Bruno to talk about his recent endurance crossing from France to Ireland.

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INTERVIEW with Jon Modica: Do-Good Business Guy and Pro Rider

INTERVIEW with Jon Modica: Do-Good Business Guy and Pro Rider

TKB caught up with Cabrinha Team Rider Jon Modica last week to chat with him about his latest business venture, Nutmeg Education.

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Interview with Robert Graham, F-One’s New Kite Designer

Interview with Robert Graham, F-One’s New Kite Designer

Robert Graham talks about his history as a sail, paraglider, and kite designer and talks about the design process.

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PROFILED: Rachel Callahan

PROFILED: Rachel Callahan

Growing up near Yosemite National Park, Rachel began her adventures at a young age. She believes her time at the Waldorf School helped her develop an open mind, become an individual, and really focus on the artistic side of life.

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Tips from a 6th Grader: The Family that Kites Together Has More Fun Together!

Tips from a 6th Grader: The Family that Kites Together Has More Fun Together!

I am a sixth grade kiteboarder and I would like to share my kiteboarding experiences with you. My name is Emmet Sproul and I have been kiteboarding since I was nine years old. I am currently 12 and I kite on the snow and the water. I have learned a lot about kiteboarding in three years and would like to share my thoughts with the kids and families out there who are considering learning how to kite.

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The Kiteboat Project

The Kiteboat Project

Don Montague has a long history in kiteboarding and was one of the people involved in very early kite development. While still working at Naish as the head of R&D, he began to play with attaching kites to outrigger canoes and boats.

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The Roberto Ricci Interview

The Roberto Ricci Interview

Many kiteboarders in North America are aware of RRD, but few know much about Roberto Ricci, the man behind the brand. An energetic and passionate Italian from Tuscany, Roberto started hand-shaping windsurf boards in the mid 1980s.

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VIDEO: New F-One Office and Raphael’s Garage

VIDEO: New F-One Office and Raphael’s Garage

F-One's Raphael Salles walks us through the brand new F-One office in Montpellier, France, and shows us his new garage full of F-One kite and board prototypes.

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Exclusive: Olympic Gold Windsurfer Speaks Out on Kitesurfing

Exclusive: Olympic Gold Windsurfer Speaks Out on Kitesurfing

​For the Fall Issue of The Kiteboarder, we contacted Olympic Windsurfing Gold Medal Winner Dorian van Rijsselberghe for his thoughts on Kite Racing being accepted into the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil, possibly at the expense of windsurfing

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PROFILED: Chelu Guardati

PROFILED: Chelu Guardati

Chelu grew up in Campana, about 50 miles from Argentina’s capital of Buenos Aires. She got a degree in Advertising/Public Relations and worked various marketing jobs in the city for a few years but realized that being in an office was not what she wanted for her life.

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