Last issue we looked at the rather swanky way of popping to toeside. So it’s probably only fair to give you the equally impressive method of styling back from toeside to heelside. It’s all good and well ha...
There are many life-changing moments in kiting, from the first planing runs, through coming in with a dry kite, to the virginal moment of silent airtime. Once we’re up and running, being able to change direc...
The Air Gybe done well is the King of smooth: just freezing mid flight, maybe throwing in a cheeky grab, whilst hanging in the wind then casually changing direction before powering off back out to sea. Once fu...
This move is a bit of a classic from the archives. Reminiscent of huge four line kites, powered up with the bar wedged against the knot of the oh so effective trim strap, solid no flex mutant strapped onto you...
There is probably a far simpler but yet less descriptive name for this rather smooth little number. The toeside front loop transition can be done big or small, fast or slow, with or without looping the kite. O...
In our constant quest to spice moves up as best we can, which is quite fitting as we sit and write this from Sri Lanka, it’s high time to mix the best of British with the ever-pleasing sent front loop, or ro...
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