Sunday, 13 January 2013

Kite Surfing Magazine

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Kite Surfing Magazine Biography
So, Kiteworld is 60 issues old. As well as collecting your pension, your bus pass, unwinding and enjoying the fruits of your labour when you reach your sixties, it's also natural to stop and take a look at where you've come from, what you've achieved and to remember the good times fondly.

This issue we look back at a handful of pivotal moves, moments and designs in the sport, taking in everything from the birth of the mega loop to some of the most important gear developments that helped us leap forward. We also take a look at some of the inspiring artwork that designers have worked on to make our beloved products as easy on the eyes as they are thrilling for our other senses.

The PKRA and KSP world tours are reaching their exciting climaxes. Jim Gaunt hitched a lift with Alex Pastor in Spain and profiles the wily Spaniard who has finished runner-up in the PKRA freestyle competition for the last two seasons. Alex has really grown in stature this year and is widely credited with influencing many on tour to compete in boots after being the first rider to win an event in them at the end of last season. This is the first year that he's actually ever led the tour and is desperate not to make it third time unlucky. However, excitingly for us, he and current champion, Youri Zoon, are locked even on points as the tour moves to China and then New Caledonia in November.

We're sure you will have heard of the roaring success of the KSP's second event at One Eye in Mauritius (even if Ireland was a bit of a wash out since then), but you won't have read the behind-the-scenes account we got from our man John Bilderback who spent ten days perched precariously above the judges tower on scaffolding out on the reef. JB knows how to spin a good yarn. And he knows how to bang out insane shots, too.

Elsewhere we get a ride on three of the latest wave specific kites to be released. We're currently running our way through the rest, but this issue we have the Airush Wave, Best Cabo and RRD Religion, all of which deserve the attentions of many more than just devout wave heads. They are insanely good all-round machines.

On top of that we have the usual wise words from columnists Shinn and Hadlow and our latest columnist and growing favourite, Dr Jason Gallate, looks at the benefits of avatars in kitesurfing.

All that plus lots more technique tips, stories, hot news and generally marvellously unmissable, typically on-the-money Kiteworld content! Brightening up your new year, Kiteworld issue #61 will be winging its way towards you in January along with our free annual Travel Guide book. One hundred and twenty pages of hot (and cold) kitesurfing destinations to warm your winter cockles, featuring such variety as Fiji to the Isle of Tiree and Lake Garda to the Cocos Islands, there's something for everyone – and that's just the Travel Guide.

Meanwhile, the mag's not letting itself go just because it's in recovery after a big 60th celebration last issue. We have a stunning gallery feature on South Africa from top European lens master, Jens Hogenkamp in #61 and we hear about the record breaking Greenland crossing - an intense kite-ski adventure completed by high profile explorer and environmental activist Sebastian Copeland and Eric McNair-Landry.

For those of you thinking that strapless kiting looks fun, we have all the motivation and inspiration you need to get out there, with KSP reports from Ireland and Maui, plus a Sessions feature with Cabrinha's up and comer, Matt Elsasser who shows that you don't need big waves to have a good time. And who else knows how to have a good time? Ruben Lenten... he's been storm chasing in Ireland and Holland we catch up with him in 'Sessions'.

Kevin Langeree takes over the Motor Drive technique project, building you up to his trademark one handed powerhouse of a trick, the KGB with a grab, but giving you tips on the one handed pop 180 and back roll along the way. 

And we also take a look at Blade's new Uni bar and go behind-the-scenes of their two year development project. It may surprise you to learn exactly what it takes to make that metal bar with a bit of rubber on and strings on the end that controls your kite!

All that, plus interviews with new PKRA World Champions Youri Zoon and Karolina Winkowska on top of all your favourites, including Mark Shinn, Aaron Hadlow and neuroscience columnist Jason Gallate. It's all licked into shape and finished off as usual with some of the best shots in the world at the moment from our weathered pack of dedicated photographers.

That's over 250 pages all up! Get it while it's hot in January!The Ultimate Kitesurfing Magazine!

inMotion Kitesurfing is an independently owned Online Kitesurfing Magazine with the vision of becoming the ultimate kitesurfing portal for passionate kiters. We are committed to bringing you the highest quality kiteboarding articles and news, gear reviews, tutorials, the best spots to kitesurf in South Africa and around the world, and much more...


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One of our goals from day one has been to contribute positively to the kitesurfing industry in everything we do. Environmental awareness and promoting the development of youth and girls in kitesurfing are projects that lie close to our heart. Our annual “Most Influential Girl Kitesurfer” competition is one such successful project.
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Tronet, a professional kiteboarder and film producer of only 22 years old, tells all readers the full story behind the movie in this extensive article.

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