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Learning to Ride a Race Board: Like Learning to Kiteboard All Over Again

Learning to Ride a Race Board: Like Learning to Kiteboard All Over Again

It's been awhile since I last wrote about my experiences of learning to ride a race board and I feel like I've come a long way since I first tried to ride this thing.

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Learning to Ride a Race Board: A Few More Sessions

Learning to Ride a Race Board: A Few More Sessions

Anxious to get a few more race board sessions, I tried going out in wind that was just too light. Not one to learn lessons quickly, I did this two days in a row, each day ending up getting to swim back in.

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Learning to Ride a Race Board: First Two Days

Learning to Ride a Race Board: First Two Days

I know a lot of other riders look at racing with at least a little bit of interest, so I've decided to write about my experiences as I learn to ride these wild course boards.

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The Kite Racer Interviews

The Kite Racer Interviews

The Kiteboarder Magazine sat down with some of the world's top kiteboarding course racers and designers to talk to them about the direction of course racing and what it means for the sport of kiteboarding.

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Can you Kite in Six Knots of Wind?

In searching for the most efficient board around a race course, shapers of course racing kiteboards have lowered the threshold for light wind kiteboarding to as little as six knots.

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EVENT REPORT: Regatta Copa Mexico, Puerto Vallarta, FINAL RESULTS

The 2010 North American Kiteboarding Course Racing Championships are finished, and it was Adam Koch and Steph Bridge who came out on top.

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EVENT REPORT: Regatta Copa Mexico, Puerto Vallarta, March 4, 2010

The 2010 North American Championships are going on right now in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico and The Kiteboarder Magazine is here on site on the beautiful Banderas Bay.

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I’m Faster than You! KITEBOARING COURSE RACING BASICS

As simple as it might seem initially, course racing is actually very technical and involves much more than just being able to handle your kite and board.

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