Articles tagged with: Cape Town
Here is Arild Kristiansen, Surfskolan Crew’s rider, taking the most out of great conditions that Cape Town has to offer, wind, waves and its beautiful sunset. Watch him riding strapless and scoring some nice waves …
We are more than used to seeing Ruben Lenten in South Africa and here’s another edit picturing this amazing rider doing what he does best in one of his favourit spots. Enjoy the ride! …
Watch Luke McGillewie’s brand new video picturing one of his training sessions at home, in South Africa.
Tom Court had spent another winter in Cape Town. After filming for the Freeride Project last year he couldn’t resist going back. During his stay he was able to catch up with Graham Howes, Nick …
Here is another nice edit picturing the Red Bull King of the Air 2014. This one shows us all the highlights of the competition and all the huge jumps of the competitors.
Take a sneak peek at a short footage picturing Carl Ferreira, Naish South Africa team rider, shredding in Witsands (Breede River), Mauritius and Cape Town.
The Swedish Surfskolan Crew visited Cape Town to enjoy a few weeks of kitesurfing, surfing and partying. Take a sneak peek at their video and find out how they all had fun in South Africa.
British Kitesurf Wave Champion Lee ‘Pasty’ Harvey started the year with a two month trip to Cape Town, South Africa. During the first three weeks Lee scored nice waves and had great fun.
Lewis Crathern, a professional kitesurfer from the UK riding in Bloubergstrand, along the shores of Table Bay, about 25 km to the north of Cape Town city centre.
Kevin Langeree (Holland) owned the skies above Big Bay in Cape Town on Sunday 2 February to walk away with the crown as Red Bull King of the Air for 2014.
Red Bull King of the Air 2014 was definitely the most awesome kitesurfing event ever in Big Bay, Cape Town. Kevin Langeree ended up as the new King.
For the second year in a row Cape Town’s Big Bay played host to 24 of the world’s best kiteboarders as they went head-to-head in a unique ‘flag out’ competition format.