- May 23, 2001--- In kitesurf@y..., "Laurent Ness - Axel'Air" <axelair@c...> wrote:
> Gresnigt wrote:
> > Hi everyone
> > Does any of you ever surf on the sand on
> > a sandboard (sort of snow board)? I
> > tried it out last year (for the first
> > time anyone ever tried it?). And today
> > I'm still doing it. I made myself a good
> > board and now I go pretty fast (about 35
> > km/h I think). When I'll have the guts
> > to try it out at harder winds I think I
> > can go almost as fast as buggy on a
> > board!!!
> Maybe almost !
> Do you have any experience in buggying ?
> I am going myself over 80 km/h !
> > Peace&Wind
> > Marcel
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> sandkitesurf it´s possible with a sandboard and wax
i use as wax a bee-wax and fourniture creams but it spends more
quikly, over 30-40 m of surfing there isn´t wax
sandboarding velocity is comparable to snowboard if you are using wax
good winds & waves for everybody
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