Island Boys

The kiteboarding life on Antigua. Tradewinds included. No alarm clock needed.
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Like Oh

An inspired journey of kite and cable riding through SE Asia

Snowkite Jam Alaska

Expert guides and a comfty resort. This is a freeride event you won't want to miss

How to Pack Like a Kitesurfing Journalist

I travel a lot in my role as Editor of The Kiteboarder and I often get asked about what I take with me. Over the years I've been able to really narrow down what I need and now I pack the same basic kit no matter where I go or for how long.

Off the Radar in Ecuador

Alex Fox and Mo Lelii get lost to find kiting adventures off the beaten path in South America.
Kirk first attempted his record in 2010 but could not complete it despite many valiant attempts to finish his journey. He accomplished his unofficial record in July 2011

The KUZI Project: 500 Miles. 50+ Islands. Two Old Friends.

In just five days, Seth Warren and Kirk Harris will embark on the KUZI Project -- a 500-mile self supporting journey up the coast of East Africa. Fueled by the Kuzi trade wind, a summertime force that pushes wind and swell from the Indian Ocean northward, the team will paddle and kiteboard this extensive stretch of coastline exploring its adjacent islands and remote, pristine coastal areas.

Grenadine Islands Travel Info

The Kiteboarder Magazine Volume 10, Number 2 features a trip to the Grenadine Islands with the Epic Kites team. Want to do a similar trip? Here's what you need to know.

Dream Sessions

Jake Kelsick rides the crystal blue waters of Antigua and Tobago

VIDEO: Relentless Down Under

Gwen Velge and Morgan Tinsley team up Down Under to produce a classic kite video full of all the usual shots, plus a few you won't expect.
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