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Amihan Sessions on Boracay Island

Amihan Sessions on Boracay Island

Three European riders catch the Amihan winds, apres Kiteboard Tour Asia (KTA) 2013.

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VIDEO: Charlotte Consorti Explores the Bahamas

VIDEO: Charlotte Consorti Explores the Bahamas

White sand beaches, clear blue water, and steady tradewinds. F-one rider Charlotte Consorti travels to Columbus Isle for a tropical kite vacation.

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VIDEO: Jeremie Eloy’s Make My Day, the Final Episode

VIDEO: Jeremie Eloy’s Make My Day, the Final Episode

North team rider Jeremie Eloy and crew finish their epic 6 week adventure exploring the mountains and coastlines of New Zealand.

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VIDEO: North Team Rider Jeremie Eloy Makes our Day

VIDEO: North Team Rider Jeremie Eloy Makes our Day

Follow 1 camper, 3 friends, and tons of toys as they venture through New Zealand.

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Offshore Odysseys Announces the Next Journey: The Cabrinha Quest

Offshore Odysseys Announces the Next Journey: The Cabrinha Quest

A mutual desire to seek out the world’s most remote and dynamic kitesurfing and surfing locations, while building awareness and inspiring solutions to the environmental crisis has culminated into a five year agreement between Cabrinha and Offshore Odysseys. The expedition is called the Cabrinha Quest.

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What Took Me So Long? Why Every Kiter Needs to Experience Cape Hatteras

What Took Me So Long? Why Every Kiter Needs to Experience Cape Hatteras

You don’t have to be kiteboarding for very long to hear about the epic conditions that Cape Hatteras in North Carolina offers.

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Rum Cay: The Best Kept Secret of the Bahamas

You can find kiteboarders all over the world. It seems like virtually every ridable place has been conquered and written about either online or in print. Our signature is on every continent and in almost every country on the planet. We have kited exotic places like Alaska, Korea, Cambodia, New Caledonia, and even Antarctica, so it’s hard to imagine that a location with warm water, steady wind, pristine beaches, and long consistent waves with a mix of reef breaks and soft sandy bottom barrels has so far been home to only a single kiteboarder.

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April 2011

April 2011

*TRAVEL: 2011 La Ventana Classic and KiteXpo *INTERVIEW: Slingshot Designer Amery Bernard *RUM CAY: The Best Kept Secret of the Bahamas

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St. Martin: The Pearl of the Caribbean

St. Martin: The Pearl of the Caribbean

Just 186 miles from Puerto Rico, St. Martin is the smallest island in the world to have been partitioned between two nations, France and the Netherlands.

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Banana Hammocks and Caipirinhas: The Bay Area Kitesurf Crew Heads to Brazil

Banana Hammocks and Caipirinhas: The Bay Area Kitesurf Crew Heads to Brazil

On kite trips, sometimes you get lucky with wind and sometimes you don’t. From June to December, 98% of the days in northeastern Brazil have 15+ knot winds, so we knew from the start that no luck was necessary for “kite-‘till-it-hurt” riding every day of the trip.

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VIDEO: H-Wood’s Trip to Mexico

VIDEO: H-Wood’s Trip to Mexico

Check out this video diary of a month-long visit to Baja.

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Kiteboarding Featured in New Discovery TV Show Catchin’ Air

Coming up in early January, you will be able to watch a new show centered around kiteboarding on the Discovery HD Theater Channel. Starring Andy Hurdman and Sean Reyngoudt, Catchin' Air goes to kiteboarding locations around the country.

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Tobago Cays: Jewel of the Grenadines

Tobago Cays: Jewel of the Grenadines

Accessible only by boat, The Tobago Cays consists of five small uninhabited islands surrounded by the infamous Horseshoe Reef. Abundant with beautiful coral formations, tropical fish, and sea turtles, the area offers off-the-hook kiteboarding in crystal clear blue-green waters surrounded by white sandy beaches.

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Kiteboarding in Merry Old England

The atmosphere here creates a rather different kiting experience. With a large steel works located a mile down the road, those on the hunt for a tropical session need not apply.

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Alaska Road Trippin’

Way up north in Alaska, there’s a little town where the wind blows across vast glaciers and up mountains so large that simply calling them big doesn’t do them justice.

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