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Kite Knife 8" Yellow Plastic

Kite Knife 8

This is a great kite knife made from yellow toughened plastic it has a single internal blade. And comes with a carry case with a loop hole for connecting to harnesses or belt straps.
Comes in black or the prefered yellow.

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KiteboardingUK.com IKO/BKSA Discovery Kiteboarder Program 1 Day Only - £130 Email Us for more info!

KiteboardingUK.com IKO/BKSA Discovery Kiteboarder Program 1 Day Only - 130 Email Us for more info!


Please email us for dates and availability of the lessons!


Course Description
A-1
*Carry and set up the lines and kite
*Determine the wind direction and upwind and downwind (windward, leeward).
*Pilot a small kite (inflatable, stunt kite, foil…) on the wind window edge and maintain it close to the ground.
*Know how to stop the kite power in case of problem by releasing the bar. Be aware that the kite leash must be worn at all times, before kite launching and until landing.

B-1
*Be aware of the area where the kite can fall down wind to the pilot.
*Recover the kite on land.
*Position the kite on request from 9 to 3 o’clock on the wind window edge.
*Launch a kite with an assistant and choose the right angle to the wind.
*Pilot the kite in the power area without crashing it.
*Twist and untwist the lines while the kite flies.
*Recover a kite and secure it on land.
*Land a kite with the help of an assistant.

C-1
*Pilot a kite hooked to the harness.
*Pilot hooked to the harness with one hand.
*Activate the harness release system or quick release located on a leader line.

D-1
*Perform a downwind course by body dragging and using the power of the kite.

E-1
*Relaunch a kite from the water.
*Wind the lines in the water and recover the kite.
*Perform a self-rescue in deep water.
*Launch a kite alone on land.
*Identify potential wind obstacles creating lift or down draft and be able to define the wind direction. Understand that practice with onshore wind is dangerous.

With KiteboardingUK one day course you will also get the chance to kiteboard for the first time, Using a directional or twin tip you will take your first water starts and hopefully your first ride. At the end of the course you will be a Kiteboarder level 1

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Ronix Wakeboards

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Ronix Code 22 Wakeboard 2014

Code 22
The past ¼ of a century of shaping and redefining the methods to our madness in wakeboard designs and ingredients have resulted in the most feedback we have ever gotten out of a board with the Intelligent core. With the biggest budget we have had to work with, we came up with hands down the most advanced technology ever put into a deck giving the rider the most in feedback. Created by the rider that arguably goes bigger than anybody - former WWA World Champion Dean Smith - the Code 22 has the most explosive Intelligent Core in our line. Complete with a Maple stringer, Italian made machined foam, Mod Pour Foam, parabolic Paulownia wood, and another first - carbon fiber and glass working together as one. The liveliness of this new shape snaps the board into the rider as they leave the wake, without having the extra explosion of our Timebomb. This Code 22 delivers more top water speed, with a vertical sidewall, and is a faster version of Dean’s Mana rocker line from last year. We lost a little grip with the vertical profile so we ran parallel channels on the bottom for aided traction once on rail. Dean’s new board has a slightly wider tip/tail for a bigger sweet spot on take offs and landings and a new tapered profile creating more feel on the water and balance on rails. Find that moment - Code 22.


Ronix Bandwagon Air Core Kiteboard 2014

Bandwagon Air Core:
We have designed hundreds of wakeboards over the past several decades – but never one remotely close to this. The start of the camber revolution, our latest in freeride shapes, the most amount of surface area and exaggerated tip/tail designs, along with the lightest core we have ever produced. The bandwagon project started out at first to see how wide is too wide? Boards have been roughly the same width for years. Then what happens if you crank the arc up on the tip and tail. Blending all of this with a surf shape rail design. The result was a One board feel on the water, with a bigger sweet spot and increased lift at slower speeds. Cable riders were amped on how much further they could take their presses on rails with the new super thin arc. From end to end a 146 cm prototype only had 138cm of running length on the water. So now you were getting the stability of a big board – but a shape that only had the contact on rails found on a much shorter shape – a big board with minimalist swing weight. Combine this with the feel and energy of our popular Phoenix Project series, and we thought we were done. Then our engineers thru something they have been experimenting with over the past couple of seasons – camber. You never realize how much you ride in the backseat with a traditional rockerline until you ride an arc with multiple low points.

Ronix Bill Wakeboard 2014

Bill Board:
Before we keep typing - the board smells like pineapples. For real,
Bill bottled the scent and thru it in the tip - just the tip. A must in any rider’s quiver with a super fast skate inspired drift on the water and a new softer lay up for railslide cable park enchantment. The latest in progressive shapes for the next gen. of riders with bigger wakes, faster speeds, and longer rope lengths in mind. Bill created the speediest aquatic apparatus in our line with the most contact on the water. A growing trend is going towards faster boards. Having shapes that ride higher pushes the tail up, meaning less resistance, but also reducing the total rocker height creates more contact with the water. The new Bill has more top water momentum - so you don’t have to work as hard. With most shapes you have to create an unneeded exaggerated angle to gain the speed to get lift - the added glide is naturally putting Bill and the boys faster off the wake. We also exaggerated the thinned out tip/tail of this new shape, creating more of a delayed recoil snap. This creates a smoother approach, building energy thru the tail of the board as you transfer over the wake, with more forgiving, predictable landings. One of our most versatile new shapes is also cable friendly. William on a budget with a new third generation softer Bill board.

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