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Brave the Unknown - Kitesurfing


Kitesurfing is a risky sport if you don’t know what you’re doing. Before even considering buying yourself a kite and harness book yourself in for a lesson.
Ultimately the greatest feeling from kitesurfing is catching air on a great swell, kitesurfers fortunate enough to go pro will spend their summers competing in UK events and pack up for the winter to warmer climes to get as much practice and travel in as they can.
Fairly new to the waterports scene, kitesurfing is still evolving with new tricks and equipment being introduced every season. The UK has plenty of beach breaks to offer for surfing and kitesurfing it’s just finding out where to go. The kitesurfing community fortunately has one of the most receptive, enthusiastic attitudes to new starters and you should have no problem getting assistance from the locals on your beach.
British kitesurfing also has it’s own Association to point you in the right direction for schools and event information.
Go to:

University kitesurfing clubs


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