Monday, December 12, 2016

Iksurmag Issue 60 is Live

"We can hardly believe it ourselves, but we have just published our Sixtieth Issue! 
It’s been an incredible journey to get this far and we hope you enjoy this anniversary issue. 

Inside we’ve tried our best to fill it with the most engaging and inspiring content we could lay our hands on; it’s a bumper issue too so there is plenty to keep you entertained when you are off the water. We have a huge feature on the explosion of the feminine side of our sport; The Female Frontier looks at not only the growth of women kitesurfing but also the progression of the level at the top, which is off the charts right now. 

Charlotte Consorti heads to Kenya and rediscovers some of its magic, and we chat to Don Montague, the man behind the amazing Kiteboat Project! We’ve got loads more inside including more 2017 tests and the excellent Technique section with Christian and Karine!" 

Enjoy the latest issue...
www.iksurfmag.com/issue60/

Monday, October 24, 2016

Daddy sessions "Road Gap"

Road gap!! You just can’t go wrong with footage of a kitesurfer jumping a road & car all at the same time! Awesome edit with a great soundtrack and filmed in a super cool location.
[from Iksurfmag]

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

How To Do: Tantrum

Alberto "Alby" Rondina will walk you trought one of his favourite trick: the TANTRUM, which inverted version of unhooked frontroll. 

You can progress it into blind, do it with graab or from obstacles, kickers..

Iksurfmag 59

We're stoked to announce that Issue 59 of the World’s Number One Kitesurfing Magazine has just launched, it's quite possibly the biggest one we've ever done! There are 250 pages packed with stories, videos and images from around the world of kitesurfing! 

First up, in a beautiful feature, the Manera crew head to Iceland to test out their winter range, it's a place where nature is vast, the icebergs are everywhere, and you need to wrap up warm! Then, in one of our biggest features ever we take a look at The Real Game Changer. After all the marketing efforts of various brands over the last few months, we ask the designers and visionaries the questions you posted on social media. Some of the answers are very telling; you can decide for yourself who is really pushing the sport forwards. Sukie Robertson has an excellent feature on getting kids into kitesurfing; it's a must-read for anyone who has ever wondered about sharing this great sport with someone smaller than them! We've also got Coleman Buckley the founder of Ride Engine in our Ten Questions feature and Sensi Graves takes a look at the groundbreaking success of the Kite Park League in its inaugural year! With a huge test, loads of technique and lots more inside there is plenty to keep you entertained, so check it out, and as ever, don't forget to share it with your friends! Be sure to check it out now! 

Enjoy the latest issue: www.iksurfmag.com/issue59

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

The Chronicles of Gnarnia


Ian Alldredge, Patrick Rebstock, James Ropner, Sean Mertens, and Teddy Lyons Smash some Salt water. Watch & enjoy!!

Girls Summer Ride

Last summer, I had the chance to travel to Sicily with these 2 awesome girls. This video is a translation thought my lenses of their motivation to improve their kiteboarding skills, their friendship and their happiness. 

Monday, September 19, 2016

Reflection with Aaron Hadlow

Every living person in our world has to find the time to pause and look at its reflection in order to continue with the right way. 
For professional kiteboarder Aaron Hadlow this time happened during his stay with ProKite Alby Rondina in Sicily, where he could not only enjoy the sole passion from kitesurfing, but literally see his reflection in mirror glassed water in the lagoon. 

Enjoy this short kitesurfing movie, that reflects his mastery on the water. 
[from ProKite Alby Rondina]

Monday, September 12, 2016

Moses Hydrofoil Maldives



Look at this fantastic landscapes taken by the crew of Moses Team trying all the new toys. 

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

How To: Self Launch and Self Land?

This is by far the question that instructors get asked most! In reality you should ALWAYS kite with a buddy and avoid this technique however there may be a rare occasion that this comes in handy. 

Please be advised that it is NOT a good idea to do this in strong winds or on narrow beaches!
[from Iksurfmag]

Monday, September 5, 2016

Aaron Hadlow in Sicily - Teaser


Small aperitif of the new coach Hadlow video filmed in Sicily, stay tuned!