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RRD 2011 Kiteboarding Gear Preview

While many companies seem to be releasing more products marketed as being all-around, RRD is taking a different approach and is offering four kites this year that are each being marketed for a specific purpose.

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Wainman Hawaii 2011 Kiteboarding Gear Preview

In answering our questions, R&D Manager Mike Husky hinted at the possibility of some new Rabbits and even a single size of the long anticipated Wainman C-kite, but is keeping the details vague.

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August 2010

*13,000 Miles of Kitesurfing: 15 Countries over 145 Days in a VW Van *From the Beginning: An interview with Wainman Hawaii's Franz Olry *Instructional: Nuclear Grab, Unhooking in Waves, Hitting a Slider

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INSTRUCTIONAL: Edging and Controling Speed

Whether you are trying to hold it down in overpowered conditions or drive upwind, here are some tips for having better control over your riding.

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2011 Kiteboarding Gear We Are Excited About

Everyone here at The Kiteboarder Magazine love to get out and ride and we get just as excited as you do when the new products come out.

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Ben Wilson Launches New Brand

Today, Ben Wilson announced he is launching his own brand of kites and boards called BENWILSONSURF.

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INSTRUCTIONAL: The Costs of Kiteboarding

Many people who may be interested in kiteboarding are turned away from the sport because of the initially large investment that it takes to get going as a kiteboarder.

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Final Wrap Up from PKRA Tenerife

The wind averaged approximately 20-25 knots throughout the day under cloudless, sunny blue skies.

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INSTRUCTIONAL: Riding Toeside

Even for many seasoned riders, riding toeside seems to be an elusive skill, not because it’s hard to do, but because it’s hard to do well.

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Liquid Force Launches 2011 Website

Today, Liquid Force Kiteboarding launched their new website featuring their 2011 products.

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INSTRUCTIONAL: Unhook!

The truth about unhooking is that it’s not nearly as difficult as most people think it is.

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World Champion Kevin Langeree Injured at PKRA Fuerteventura

Langeree was dominating the final heat, but in an attempt to execute a blind judge in gusty, unpredictable 35-40 knots winds, he landed on the chop causing him to twist his knee out of position.

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Strapless Surfing: Getting to the Outside

Strapless riding is a great way to challenge yourself and have fun on even the flattest of days. One of the biggest challenges when riding strapless can be getting out past the waves.

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GK Kiteboarding 2011 Quick Release Sneak Peak

We just got our hands on this quick video clip showing the 2011 GK kiteboarding quick release. It's been made easier to put back together, which is what a lot of riders were asking for

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IKA Kicks Off Olympic Campaign

The International Kiteboarding Association (IKA) is launching a campaign to gain inclusion of Kiteboard Racing as an event on the Olympic Sailing program for the Rio de Janeiro 2016 Olympic Games.

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