If the kitesurfing technology follows what has
happened in windsurfing we will see both bigger boards
and bigger kites that have enormous wind range and
prices to match.
"I'd rather have a bottle in front of me than a
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> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "windrider1212"
> <kmeder@c...> wrote:
> > Since the manufacturers have gone about as far as
> they can on making
> > the smallest board and biggest kite. I wouldn't
> be surprised if the
> > next trend isn't trying to ride a smaller kite and
> a bigger board,
> > they can call it "old school kiteboarding."
> Interesting thought.
> Big boards will definitely be trendy in light wind
> but I am not sure
> that they will be trendy in moderate to strong wind.
> Unless we have enough serious accidents to scare
> enough people...
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