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Jeremi Tronet Back in Brazil

3 September 2008 | 3:26 pm

A small plane crash in Cumbuco !

After long hours of traveling and a day spent in Miami we finally made it to Cumbuco, Brazil.
I had to wait the whole day in Miami because the connection flight was very late, so with Linn, we took some cabs around Miami downtown to visit the city and go shopping. It was very warm, after Canada .. what a difference.

We arrived in Fortaleza on Thursday morning, drove to Cumbuco and spent the day sleeping.

The next day, I went with my friend stephane from www.wind-factory.com one of the kiteshop in Cumbuco to the Cauipe Lagune.

The spot is known worldwide for it’s constant 20 to 25 knots every single day during the whole season from July until December.

We came to Cumbuco to do the 09 photo shooting for the new Ocean Rodeo Rise Venturi and the boards.

I went out on the new Mako wide 150×40 to do some pictures on the 8m 09 Rise kite . The wind was very good and the board felt amazing for upwind and freeride. We shoot some pictures for internet to show you guys these new toys in action.

The parties in Brazil are pretty intense, there is always something to do at night or someone asking you to go out because it is his first or last night …

Saturday, we went kiting in Cauipe, the lagune downwind of Cumbuco.Many people kite on this spot.
I had just finished my session when a small plane came flying very low close to some kite on top of the beach, flew up again did some weird turn and …

Take a look in www.jeremietronet.com to know everything ;)

[Source and photos: jeremietronet.com]

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