- Search the net for a shop/instructor in your area. Professional lessons
are essential as this is a potentially DANGEROUS sport. Don't think of
doing this on your own. You could kill yourself AND others.
Eventually, when you know a bit about it, you can buy some used gear
off the net for way less money than new gear. You can probably get
everything you need for under $1,000, including kite, board, lines,
Also, go hang around a local launch and ask the folks there what
they're riding, etc. Local knowledge is always best. They may have
stuff they can sell you. Don't buy until AFTER your lesson, that way
you know what you're getting.
Have fun, be safe, wear a kite leash.
- --- In email@example.com, "pluvious2002" <dcl@r...> wrote:
> Search the net for a shop/instructor in your area. Professional lessons........Go to a tattoo parlor and have the above engraved on the back of your hand. I didn't
> are essential as this is a potentially DANGEROUS sport. Don't think of
> doing this on your own. You could kill yourself AND others.
- and not only did I waste a "lot" of time, but I was welcome as Nazi at a Barmitzvah
around other kiters. Your other assignment is to join: Yahoo's kitesurfschool forum.
Brother Hung's online education can be a big help to you.