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Epic 2011 Renegade Infinity Analyze This Kite Review

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Epic has not disclosed the actual size of the Infinity, so we were curious to see just how large it is. When compared to other large kites, our best guess puts the size at around 15m.

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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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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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INSTRUCTIONAL: Unhook!

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

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VIDEO: TKB Trick Tips: Twin Tip Tack

The Twin Tip Tack is a great way to change directions without loosing any ground downwind and is basically a low backroll transition.

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Liquid Force 2010 Kitefish Analyze This Board Review

The LF Kite Fish is very easily driven and takes hardly any power to get up and going. Once on a plane, it became immediately clear that this board is very loose.

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VIDEO: One Minute in Brazil

Just one minute shot in a nice location down in Brazil, hope you enjoy. In the meanwhile I received my new RPM 2010 quiver and got the chance to fly them. I must say Amery and Youri , they did a great work.

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Snowkiting in Florida? Yes!

Everything was arranged and lots of people were planning on attending. There was one minor issue though: It was about 30 degrees and snow flurries were predicted! I mean, this is Florida, we don’t do cold!

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Wind Meter APP for Kiters Updated

The Wind Meter APP has been in the top 20 Weather Apps at iTunes now for 6 months straight!

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Liquid Force 2009 Rawson 6’ER

At first glance, you see all those fins and wonder how it’s going to ride, but don’t be fooled.

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