The best surfing drones in the world

Drones are flying above the surf. You can see them, and you can hear them. Surfing drones are now part of the surfers' world and will be delivering spectacular footage for our personal archives.

Drones are the new helicopters. In the last two decades, surfers and wave riders in general had to pay for a helicopter for stunning aerial video and photo. Huge investments were made to capture the adrenaline levels of big wave surfers in spots like Jaws and Pipeline.

Kiteboarding Riding Conditions

How much wind do I need to go kiteboarding?

Generally speaking, the average kiteboarder needs about 12mph of wind to get up and ride. Lighter riders can stay upwind and ride in less wind, while heavier riders (over 200lbs) may need 15mph. Modern race boards and race kites can get a skilled rider ripping in under 10mph, but this is the exception, not the rule.

When is it too windy to head out kiteboarding?

Suurim vale lohesurfi kohta

Levinud on väga suur eksiarvamus ja seda eriti naiste hulgas, et lohesurfi õppimiseks sa pead olema väga tugev või et sul peab olema vähemalt tugev ülakeha, et suuta lohet õhus hoida. Seda kasutatakse tihti põhjusena miks mitte võtta seda esimest sammu lohesurfi koolituse suunas. See on ka ilmselt üks peamisi põhjuseid miks naiste osakaal sellel spordialal on nii väike. Õnneks on see nüüd hakanud natuke suurenema. Lihtne tõde on see, et see on vale ja põhjus on järgmine.