Fall into this!
Our Fall 2021 Issue is Out Now!
On the cover: Just another day in kiteboarding paradise; Tim Walsh edges out an early morning megaloop session at the Hood River Event Site. With a clear runway, Tim tests the big air potential of his Pivot. // Photo Richard Hallman.
Loaded into 120 pages of long-form storytelling, Vol. 18, No. 3 of The Kiteboarder Magazine tails some of the most adventurous kiteboarding characters in the pursuit of wind, waves and big air. Kicking off the front stretch of this issue, Gabi Steindl sends its deep into the Abrolhos frontier in search of uncharted kite sessions 40 miles off the Australian coast. Paula Rosales and Susi Mai spin out an environmental-themed comic that blends kiteboarding heroes and ocean conservation messages to audiences both young and old. Clinton Filen talks about Airush’s culture of innovation and F-One celebrates 15 years of the Bandit kite in the most obvious place to do so. Gwen Le Tutour shares his road notes on Cabrinha’s great American demo tour and Carved opens up the hood on the R&D path towards the next generation Imperator twin tip.
Profiles include ski town lifestyler turned Maui fixer, Greg Mebel, and Flysurfer’s Marie-Eve Mayrand. Fred Hope explains how to breach your wing tip, we learn about the brave new world of adjustable twin tip rocker and reminisce about Robby Naish’s longest wave.
Each one of this issue’s deep-dive stories is accompanied by stomping kiteboarding imagery that will carry you through fall’s changing kiteboarding scenery. In the mail and at your local kite shop, click here to get a piece of the action: Subscribe with Tkb’s Vol. 18, No. 3
Get your hands on 120 pages of unmatched kiteboard storytelling replete with tales of pioneers, innovators and the kitesurfing obsessed.
Grab a copy for your coffee table or read it on your phone.
Our fall 2021 issue is available in both print and digital.
Welcome to Vol. 18, No. 3 — Take a Peek Inside
Tkb’s fall issue, Vol. 18, No. 3 is landing in mailboxes now. Get 7 issues yearly: 4x print, 3x digital supplemental. Subscribe today.