[one_half]The Winter 2014 Issue of The Kiteboarder Magazine[/one_half]



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The Kiteboarder Magazine Volume 11, Number 4 is now shipping! Visit your local kite shop or school to pick up a copy today.[/one_half_last]


[two_third]KITEBOARDING’S MAIN STAGE BROADENS – In the northeast corner of Brazil a mob of kiteboarders frantically traverse an unknown patchwork of shallow lagoons and towering sand dunes, fighting to be the first to find the finish line in a new kind of kiteboarding event: The Red Bull Rally Dos Ventos.[/two_third]
[one_third_last]V11N3-tease-Rally Dos Ventos[/one_third_last]


[two_third]THE KUZI PROJECT: Inshallah – The problem with sequels is that what you think you know, can be just as dangerous as what you don’t. After last year’s failed first attempt, documentary filmmaker Seth Warren assembles a ragtag crew of athletes and adventurers on a rickety East African style dhow boat to take another crack at the unknown Quirimbas Archipelago of northern Mozambique.[/two_third]
[one_third_last]V11N3 the Kuzi Project: Inshallah[/one_third_last]


[two_third]10 YEARS OF BEST – The early days of Best Kiteboarding was a bizarre and salacious cocktail of scantily clad bikini girls, videos of co-founder Alex Shogren spinning donuts in his yellow Ferrari and a storm of controversy over Best’s direct sales and heavy discounts. 10 years down the road, we check in with long time marketing staffer Lia Feriancek to get the rest of the story.[/two_third]


[two_third]THE ROAD TO DAKHLA – When the KSP Tour grinds to a hault, Maui’s Moona Whyte defects to the PKRA for her first wave event in the sandy expanse of the windswept coast of Western Sahara. Moona and her boyrfriend, Keahi de Aboitiz, explore the Atlantic’s bounty along Dakhla’s northwest facing points. [/two_third]

[two_third]OUT OF THE FOG – Tyler Brown was hitting his stride in his mid 30’s with a young family in tow and plans to build Lake Tahoe’s first snowkite center in the works. After multiple rounds of persistent non-seminoma testicular cancer, Tyler finally realizes a long-term dream in the Hardangervidda Plateau of Norway.[/two_third]
[one_third_last]V11N3 Tyler Brown Out of the Fog[/one_third_last]


Get your copy of the Winter 2014 The Kiteboarder Magazine Volume 11, Number 4 or visit your local kite shop or school to pick up a copy today.

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