The Ocean Confidence Course for kitesurfs, surfes and SUP’ers returns for 2016. Combining classic surfing knowledge and technique with proper sports science, this course will help you develop your knowledge, technique and fitness for the sports you love. Based in Newquay, 6th and 7th December, limited to six places.
Last weekend, the most unique surf sports competition in the UK took place at Watergate Bay. After a hiatus in 2014, Legend of the Bay was back for a second time to unite the disciplines of wave kitesurfing and standup … Read More
This year my summer’s been a little different to previous ones, not just because July reached genuinely sub-tropical temperatures both on land and in the sea, but because I am now running Surf Sanctuary operations at the Headland Hotel. After … Read More
I am delighted announce the details of Total Immersion, a trip designed to take you away from it all so you can concentrate purely on your kitesurfing at the best locations around Cornwall.
Last weekend I ran the first Kitesurfer’s Ocean Confidence Course of 2013, and it was a real blast. I cap numbers on this course to six people, so due to demand I have set up another course to run in … Read More
You certainly can, you can windsurf there too, take a look at the video below that Mike Newman from Ocean Image shot of us yesterday. But before that, here’s a shot from Mike as printed in the Western Morning News: … Read More
Four and a half years ago, we spent two weeks in Nicaragua to do some exploring, surfing and kitesurfing. From the friendly locals to the empty surf, I’ve haven’t been anywhere quite like it since.
I’m running a clinic to cover all the unique information I have learned during my years as an editor, instructor trainer, kite tester and swell chaser. If you’ve ever been inspired by an article of mine you’ve read in the kite media, please consider that as just the tip of the iceberg…!
An alternative way of finding your own secret spot
If you’re considering Boa for a trip, I think you could score very good conditions if you keep an eye on the charts
We went back today to the place that had given us so much joy yesterday, and were a little flattened to see that the waves were too small. Then once more, we saw that the view from the car park … Read More
Going undridden of course! The big pit is at Watergate, again from The Day, and the other shot is the conditions at Towan Beach, Newquay.