Andres Larin's blog

Kiteboarding - The Kite Control Bar

You have seen them on the water, and maybe on the snow as well; riders racing along and boosting into the air at will, able to travel in any direct, and across any terrain while being pulled by the force of a giant kite. Kite sports have quickly evolved in the last ten years to become the newest and fastest growing "extreme" sport. So how does it all work? What are these riders doing to control the massive kites, and how is it possible that a kiter can stand on the beach or walk around while still flying a kite that moments before boosted him forty feet into the air?

Safety Kitesurfing Guidelines

When you start to kite surf, you can be overwhelmed with number of detailed things you should keep a track of. so it a good idea that you create a check list of things that you should pay attention to before and after you kitesurf.

First of all, take a basic course to learn basic safety. A motto to keep in mind is to have "safety before excitement" This applies from the beginners to the novice stage.

Wakeboarding Is Not Just For Rich Kids Anymore

Want to go wakeboarding? Cool, hook up the fifty thousand dollar boat to the F-350, fill the gas tanks, drop it in the lake and go carve it up. There is nothing like the feeling of setting the edge of the board and throwing spray across the lake. Unfortunately not everybody has access to a nice boat, or the time to deal with everything else involved in setting up a great wakeboarding session. Fortunately there is a revolution under way that is making wakeboarding accessible to everyone. There are now three new ways to ride without the use of a boat.