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Kite the Reef


Raising global awareness for the Great Barrier Reef and Funding MND Research

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Susi Mai joins Tona Life


After 11 solid years with Cabrinha, Susi Mai joins Tona to push the boundaries of women's kiteboarding

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Kiteboarding Across the Brazilian Desert

Competitors - Action

The Red Bull Rally dos Venos challenges the best kiteboarders in a contest like no other

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Air and Sliders

maitai 2-2

A fresh new edit (and a birds-eye view) of flatwater kiting in Cabarete

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Why I Love Kitesurfing


You may, in fact, have more in common with Richard Branson than you think

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Richard Branson’s New World Record


How many people can you fit on a single kiteboard? Apparently, four

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The Spirit of an Entreprenuer: Kiteboarding and Innovation


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

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Volume 10, Number 1


The Spring 2013 issue of TKB features Brazilian Pole Dance, Exploring Ecuador, Cape Town, Donkey Island, Western Australia, and Strutless Kites

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Hot Off the Press: Volume 10 Number 1


Featuring stories from South Africa, Donkey Island, Ecuador, and Australia, plus details on Strutless Kites and a Brazilian Pole Dance.

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VIDEO: Stoke for All. Susi Mai and KiteRight.org.


Susi Mai joins KiteRight, an organization dedicated to empowering people with disabilities through kiteboarding.

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VIDEO: The DR Mix with Dre and Susi


Andre Phillip and Susi Mai show us the gritty side of kiteboarding in Cabarete, Dominican Republic.

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Behind the Scenes with Susi Mai

For the launch of NP, Susi Mai helped recreate the famous Jenna de Rosnay advertisement. Here's a peak behind the scenes...

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Bill Tai: The Kite Guy of Silicon Valley

Like many kiteboarders out there, Bill Tai is passionate about the sport. He is just like the rest of us addicts, every possible opportunity and talking the sport enough that some know him the “Kite Guy” in Silicon Valley, but what seperates Bill from most of the rest of us kite bums is what he does for a living.

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