British kitesurfer Sophie Taylor tells us how she got into kitesurfing and offers some candid advice and guidance based on her experiences to help you get past some of the initial fears and obstacles to becoming a kitesurfer.
Kitesurfing whilst pregnant is a subject that gets a lot of mixed opinions when we talk about it and whilst it is easy to offer sound advice on kiting ONCE you have had children, giving advice on riding whilst pregnant is a very touchy subject.
Kiteboarding is the best sport I could have encountered, not only because you can do all the crazy tricks in the air, but also because it is so complex. One day you can fly high in the air, the other ride a wave or glide above the water.
The children most certainly are the future of our sport and last week saw the World Kiteboarding League play host to the Junior Championship for riders from 8 to 18 at St.Pere Pescador, Costa Brava, Spain.
Time does not stand still and there is a new generation of rider ready to rock it on and off the water. Emmka Martonova is one such rider who has just been picked up by Crazy Fly, so it is time to get to know her better.