Kitesurfing, kiteboarding shop & school. Lessons - Durban, PE, J-Bay, Cape Town
Added by Andrew "BÈÉNIE" Larkan on May 19, 2013 at 19:35 — No Comments
Added by Andrew "BÈÉNIE" Larkan on May 19, 2013 at 19:34 — No Comments
Who`s keen I have a Atom 08, Dakine XL seat harness , board/kite bag , bars and pump ready to give away for R3000
The Kite was inflated twice and used twice on Sterkfontein dam in Pretoria, now living in Capetown its yours, I have a back syndrome and thus not used it since Pretoria days.. give this baby a home
Call me 0823787179…Continue
Added by Jean Nelson on May 8, 2013 at 12:17 — No Comments
I have recently opened a new business called The Ding Den.
After extensive market research, it has come to my attention that nobody seems to be prioritizing surfboard ding repairs. It takes an average of 2 weeks for any surfer to get a board fixed, which is a crazy length of time when the waves are cooking!! I offer general repairs and refurbishments, as well as de-wax and valet to all types of boards, within a few days. Being a surfer, I…Continue
Added by Sinisa on April 2, 2013 at 21:14 — No Comments
If you are looking for live wind and weather info for kite surfing in Langebaan check out www.livewindlangebaan.co.za. Sure you will find it useful...
Added by Mark Becker on February 4, 2013 at 10:40 — No Comments
the official SAKA KZN Facebook group is up. Broaden your horizons and give it a whirl.
The other three provinces will be up soon as well.
the South African Kitesurfing Association is up on Facebook as a Page, give it a like and stay in the loop as it's all going to be happening from here.
If you are already linked up then stay tuned for the Facebook…Continue
Added by Dean Bottcher on December 14, 2012 at 13:00 — No Comments
Added by Kitesports on November 17, 2012 at 9:37 — No Comments
Hi Kiters... Friday has a 3 star rating in Richards Bay. It is a NE! (R.B. is not good in a SW) Got space for 3 kiters in my jammi. Split costs for toll and gas. Who is coming? Leave at a 9:30 from da shop.
Added by Aldo Oppel on October 31, 2012 at 14:49 — No Comments
Today was one of those days that you go to bed early for and then wake up at the crack of dawn with big expectations. Unfortunately, I went to bed at half past midnight, didn’t sleep and then moaned my way to the coffee in the morning, looked out the window, saw an offshore and then passed out on the couch till 09h00.
It never blew the day before, my wife had gone abroad for a week and there was no way the couch was having me all day. My friend Kingsley had also been…Continue
Kiteworld Magazine recently tested the Catalyst (Issue 52), this is what they had to say:
“Summary: From the build quality, fixtures, fittings and wonderful bar, to the super clean, balanced canopy to the feeling of having a refined BMW on the end of your lines. Anyone could get on this kite and have a really good time, from all round freestyle, to wave riding right back to just needing some grunt to get up and going to perfect your up wind riding.”
In short if you…Continue
Rumor has it Brunotti are bringing out a wakestyle board. Here's a pic from Facebook of Youri Zoon at the cable park on what they are calling the "Propulsion 2013" Judging by the search it took to find this picture it is quite likely the only image of the board on the web. How are the channels on that thing? Sweet ne, say goodbye to fins. …Continue
Im selling 7 C shape kites with 2 bar and lines for R8400 for the lot (works out to R1200 per kite) they are currently at the shop getting checked through for leaking valves etc to ensure that when you get them they will all be good, Some of them have had minor canopy repairs but nothing hectic all kites are in a fairly good condition, they got me up and riding and got good use out of them but planning on upgrading to a new kite, I can throw in a naish board…Continue
Added by Andrew "BÈÉNIE" Larkan on September 20, 2012 at 22:48 — No Comments
Hi guys & girls!!
We often get the question from our clients "What is the difference between the Reo & Catalyst?".
I thought I will write a detailed comparison, which I thought may benefit others with the same question. I hope it is of interest to all.
Let me start by saying that both kites are excellent choices, they have quite a few similarities but also some major differences. Before the Reo was brought out I have been riding the Catalyst as my wave kites…Continue
Added by Fred Kloren on September 9, 2012 at 13:19 — No Comments
The first new REOs are on their way. We are very excited and also curious to see if the guys from Ozone did it again and improved a product that, according to my humble opinion, was as good as it gets!!
All the sizes throughout the range, from 4m to 12m, have the same feel. Whether you ride hooked in, park & ride, or unhooked the Reo is THE kite for the wave riders!! I can't wait for the first batch to arrive and to try them out!!
Kitesports is offering a 15% discount on…Continue
Of all the days on the expedition, this is the one that I was looking forward to the most. It’s the most untouched and inaccessible part of the coastline that we are traversing. I drove it once, with my best mate and his old man, before the ban on beach driving. It was a fantastic day back then, what better than to do it again with another close mate and a pair of kites. Epic.
After waking up with another dull ache between the eyes (thanks Hansa), we headed down to the beach full of…Continue