“As soon as I hook myself to my kite my energy and awareness start rising and I get into my flow state.” Ruben Lenten
In January of this year when all the participants of the King of the Air were already in Cape Town to train, there were some of the strongest wind days ever.
Look at what these guys are capable of, risking a lot to make record maneuvers: Josh Emanuel has probably done the biggest loop board off in the history of kitesurfing. Enough words, press play!
from Dirty Habits
Anton Chernyshov explains how to progress in the kiteloop technique. In this video he describes how an intermediate kiter can start pushing his first megaloop.
Pay attention the kiteloop are very dangerous tricks, try them only with light wind initially. The keyword is: no uncertainty!
source Anton Chernyshov
“North-West Europe experienced a full gale storm this week. The weather agencies adviced to stay indoors, with winds speeds exceeding 140 km/h, wreaking havoc in the UK and the Netherlands.. But some people just live for these conditions.
Watch how Kevin de Smidt chased the storm around the coast of South-Holland: Through the peak of the storm at the Maasvlakte to the aftermath at Scheveningen, in the search of his moment of silence.”
[from The Stoke Farm YT channel]
[from Universe Kite YT channel]