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**Bravo 4 ALU R.E.D. kite pump - R399 + FREE pressure gauge valued at R150.**…
So pray tell where the best spots are in RB? I am up there this weekend and it looks like the winds are going to be around so I may as well spend some time getting wet. Please give me some hints.
I've been thinking again and it's never a good thing as it always seems to land me in some kind of craziness, it seems that's my style. So here I go on another plot.
My ponderings have led me to make a decision to withdraw myself from a deep involvement in the paddling circles. I will always paddle…Continue
Added by Dean Bottcher on May 24, 2012 at 7:18 — No Comments
These instructionals are aimed at promoting the "pop" culture as opposes to the "sent" culture of freestyle kite boarding. If none of that made sense to you, keep reading.
(Please use this site http://www.progression.me/ for more videos and instruction. Some of the stuff you want to look at relating to this post can be found under "Browse" - "Level, Intermediate")
It begins like this:
There are two…Continue
Added by Dean Bottcher on May 20, 2012 at 8:30 — No Comments
A few surfing buds and I want to do a "surgical" strike in ponta over the weekend of the 1st june - does anyone have the contact number of good (read: reasonably priced, without bed bugs) accomodation near the point?
I just got this email, well done to kiteboarding, sad to see windsurfing getting the boot though, but I had to laugh at this part,
".......The National Sailing Associations will now include kiteboarding into their programs and coach and support the riders to go to the Olympic Qualification events..........."
It will be interesting to see what magic carrots our invisible "National Association" pulls out of their…Continue
Added by Dean Bottcher on May 7, 2012 at 10:00 — No Comments
If you asked me where I was from I would tell you Margate just because most people know it. Margate however back in my day and in my circles was not a place you’d go bragging about. It added certain connotations to your existence, but luckily I’m not from there. I am from a small town called Uvongo somewhere between Margate and St. Michaels. It’s also here that I learnt to surf properly. Uvongo is what I call my hometown and to some degree will always be where my heart is. Not…Continue