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In Hatteras? Demos, Parties, Live Music and More at Frisco Woods and Kitty Hawk

This weekend, Frisco Woods Campgrounds is hosting WindFest 2012 April 27-29. Come join the fun, demo new gear, enjoy an awesome BBQ and win some great swag!

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Pismo Kitexpo Update: Forecast, Online Raffle Tickets Available, More Cool Prizes Donated!

Pismo Kitexpo Update: Forecast, Online Raffle Tickets Available, More Cool Prizes Donated!

It's still a bit early to tell but looks like we will have wind and swell for the 10th Annual Pismo KiteXpo!

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Ribeiro, “Twiggy” Baker, de Aboitiz, Lago, Bichler and Schiebevaag Earn 2012 KSP Wild Card Slots

The KSP is pleased to announce their wildcard picks for the 2012 KSP Tour Season as well as the addition of the latest supporting industry member, Cabrinha Kites.

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Pismo KiteXpo April 13-15: Vendors, prizes, winemaker dinner April 12

Spring is here and that means the wind is on, the sun is shining, and it's time for the annual Pismo Beach KiteXpo in California!

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10th Annual Pismo Beach Kite and SUP Expo April 13-15, 2012

10th Annual Pismo Beach Kite and SUP Expo April 13-15, 2012

Mark your calendars and come help us celebration the 10 year anniversary of the PIsmo Beach Kite and SUP Expo!

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Up Your Game and Help Out a Great Cause! La Ventana Classic Clinics January 16-22, 2012

Check out the great clinics offered by pro riders in support of the 7th Annual La Ventana Classic Fundraiser

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Get Ready for Burning Bush La Ventana January 14: T-Shirts Now On Sale!

Rumor has it that Bruce Sheldon and crew have more than a few surprises in store for us this year and have truly outdone themselves....

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7th Annual La Ventana Classic, KiteXpo, and Paddle Royale January 15-22, 2012

7th Annual La Ventana Classic, KiteXpo, and Paddle Royale January 15-22, 2012

What began as a local competition to help out the local schools in the small Baja community of La Ventana and El Sargento has grown into one of the largest kiteboarding events attracting kiteboarders from all over North America and beyond.

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17th Annual Dead Bird Buggy and Kite Fly In – The Most Famous “Non-Event” in North America

The Dead Bird Buggy Bash - DBBB - is a casual, no-schedule, no-races kite buggy regatta held each November over the Thanksgiving holiday in Galveston Texas.

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Help Support California Kiter Kelly Wren Strachan Complete the KSP Tour: Fundraiser for Last Stop in Cabo Verde

Kelly Wren Strachan grew up at the beach in Santa Cruz California. She has always been most at home in the water and  her passion is riding waves in the ocean. She was accepted to compete in the Kite Surf ...

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Help Victims of Domestic Violence Through Kiting

The Second Annual DREAM EXTREME will kick off on Saturday, September 17th with a day-long beachside bash, two-day female kiteboarding clinic and evening dinner party and auction, all benefiting victims of domestic violence.

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Kitty Hawk Launches “Kite Week” in Sept: Clinics, Demo New Gear, Gear Specials, Win a Kite!

Whatever your riding style, there’s a camp for you at Hatteras KiteWeek. Progress in Wakestyle, Freestyle, or Strapless riding while learning from Kitty Hawk Kite's (KHK) sponsored riders!

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PKRA Fuerteventura Day 1:24 Spots, 32 Competitors, Throw Down Ensues

Day 1 started with trials since the competition only had 24 spaces for men and 32 registered (along with 9 women0. The top 8 men automatically qualified, and all the rest had to go into qualifiers where only 16 men could advance into the main event which starts tomorrow.

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Slider Project Qualifiers

Hood River served up light winds today but enough for organizers to choose qualifier riders for the main event which starts tomorrow.

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2011 Athletes for Cancer Tenacity Games Recap/Results

2011 Athletes for Cancer Tenacity Games Recap/Results

The total funds raised in this weekend’s event have not been officially tallied yet, but funds raised by athletes alone were over $40,000. The proceeds will go to Athletes for Cancer’s Survivorship Camps, as well as regional cancer awareness, prevention, and survivorship organizations.

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