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New Book released: “Kitesurfing in the waves”!

2 September 2009 | 5:03 pm

Kitesurfing in The Waves” By Kristin Boese & Christian Spreckels with Sky Solbach and Marc Ramseier as guest riders

Bigger waves, longer rides and impressive tricks! Take your kitesurfing to the next level with this essential guide to waveriding.

“Waveriding brings a completely different aspect to the sport and we want to give these kiters that want to get into this discipline the possibility to learn faster, easier and safer with our tips and instructions.” Kristin Boese

Kitesurfing in the waves

Hundreds of dramatic step-by-step action photographs take you into the surf and introduce basic tricks like the cut back and olly, before you move on to more advanced tricks like riding a barrel. Each trick is not only shown with breathtaking photography, but with the added bonus of expert advice on learning each trick.

Kitesurfing in the Waves includes:
• Wind and waves
• Choice of location
• Safety
• Tips on training
• Starting and riding
• Turning manoeuvres
• Basics for kiting in the waves
• Surfing basics

The book will be available to buy from August 2009.

4 Comments »

  • Driving School says:

    I want this book so much, Might actually learn how to do it then

  • Tom says:

    Where can I buy this book from?

  • Compare Driving Lessons says:

    Learning this is the sort of thing that requires years of dedication. When you learn to drive you can get in a car with an instructor and take things slowly with predictable conditions. Out on the waves you have to adapt so quickly to the changing environment that time spent reading a book, watching your friends and the pros, talking to people and on-shore things like that can really help when you are making the split second decisions on the waves.

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