The cable park is just so beneficial and fun when you are a kiter and if you haven’t tried it out yet then here are 10 reasons which will help you realise just how much you are missing out on.
Many of you may think van living is not for you. Emely Freja tells us why you should reconsider these thoughts and give it a try.
If you think you are ready to try your first kiteloop then you should definitely listen to Liloo’s advice to be sure to master the move without hurting yourself.
If you have already got your Back Roll under control then the Indy Grab is a good next step to add. It will make your Back Roll look more stylish and advanced.
Crashing in waves is part of the progression process. Don’t let it hold you back from trying new things but here is some advice on being ready from Jalou Langeree.
Kickers are one of the easiest features to start launching off with a kite. So if you are feeling ready to hit your very first kicker Sensi Graves has 5 crucial steps to follow to ensure your first kicker hits are a success.
Follow these 5 tips and your hair will grow faster and will be much healthier, even if you spend your time in salt water.
This article is dedicated to all the girls out there who don’t have the chance to kite in a bikini all the time and who have to deal with tough and hardcore conditions.
Snow kiting might sometimes be cold but it is also a lot more fun that you might imagine. Kari Schibevaag offers some advice to get you started.
The back-roll trick can be turned into a very stylish manoeuvre to which you can add your own personal style… So it is time to give you 5 tips on how to improve your back-roll and transform it from a hurried move into a stylish trick.
Wakestyle is in at the moment and it seems like everyone is getting into sliders and kickers. So we thought you might like to know what the queen of sliders has to say about hitting features for the first time with a kite.
Wave riding ignited Jalou Langeree’s world. These are her ten reasons why YOU should get into it and why she loves it so much.