You should learn to get up behind a boat and make turns. It'll be alot
easier to pick up when you don't have to worry about steering the kite at
the same time. I had been wakeboarding lots and flying kites lots
seperately when I tried kiteboarding and was able to get up first time and
keep goin no problem.
>From: Andre Ethier <skiwithandre@...>
>Subject: Re: [ksurfschool] Re: I'm hooked!
>Date: Sun, 24 Aug 2003 22:44:55 -0400 (EDT)
>I went kiting yesterday, the wind was stronger and I
>really did find the board was getting in my way. I'm
>now tying the leash to my PFD. At one point while
>hooked in and trying to get my feet in the footstraps
>I lost control of the kite and went for a ride, I was
>happily surprised to find out that my leash has a
>safety release pin. Do all leashes has this? If not
>I'm also happy to report that I've been up 5 times now
>but I have yet to control the kite and keep going once
>I'm up there.
> --- Remtgnow@... wrote:
>I think you'll end up discovering that the best place
>for your lease is in
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