After riding stable into both directions it’s usually just a small step to land the first jumps with your kite. But … there’s a huuuge difference between a jump and a real high big-air-jump! Of course it’s not only the wind force that makes the difference … it’s mainly technique that catapults you in giddy heights, says big-air-champion Bibiana Magaji who will reveal some important tips for higher jumps below.
After I got so much feedback on my previous article about “kitesurfing and relationship” I decided to focus more attention to this issue. So I will pick out specific situations and problems which kite couples may experience from time to time. And, of course, I will try to offer tips and ideas how best to deal with such situations.
Hi @ all,
time for another “5 questions, 5 answers” interview! Lately I asked Julia Castro, Teamrider for North Kiteboarding about how kiteboarding changed her life and how she starts practicing new tricks … but enough, I don’t want to tell you everything before. I just tell you: It’s definitely worth reading it, cause the half spanish/half danish prorider answered very detailed and personally! I could learn a lot from what she was telling me and I’m looking forward already to getting the opportunity to ask her for tips again.