Here’s a transcript of an article I wrote for IKSURF Mag earlier this year. It’s all about facing fears that prevent you from pushing your personal limits and can be applied to kitesurfing, surfing, SUP, public speaking, or just about … Read More
Dates: 4th till 9th October Focus: Waveride kitesurfing, with SUP and surfing as back up activities Minimum skill requirements: Kitesurf – must be able to comfortably ride upwind and have a desire to learn to ride waves. Surf and SUP, … Read More
This winter I went on two surf trips – one to Barbados and one to South Sumatra. It’s best to take two surf trips back to back when you’re in the seasonal surf coaching game as the next chance I … Read More
It’s time for my annual kitesurfing video release. Coming in at 3 minutes and 34 seconds, three days was filmed over three sessions – Porthleven, Cribbar, and Porthleven again. That last session was in fact yesterday so this is real … Read More
Hello crew! I am delighted to announce the new Reboot kitesurfing course. I have been carefully putting this together over the last few months and packed it with loads of stuff that kiters of different abilities and aspirations will find … Read More
A very quick blog post and photo of a kitesurf session I had in Newquay on Sunday, when the swell was reading a paltry 4m at 15 seconds. Except for one quick session at Bantham, South Devon, I hadn’t had … Read More
Cracked ribs and kitesurfing don’t go hand in hand, except for the fact that one can lead to the other, or, if you have one, at some point you’ll find yourself wondering when you can do the other. I cracked … Read More
Here we go, time for another one of my rare reviews of the kit that I in fact responsible for marketing 🙂 But before you grow concerned that I might be spinning you a bit of a yarn, the fact … Read More
Of all the British kitesurf waveriding flicks posted online in the last, well, let’s say since time began, it’s easily the best because it is the only one. THE ONLY ONE!
Flat water kiting in Newquay, who’d have though it.
These were classic kitesurfing conditions, no way would you try and paddle out in that lot.
The ‘stoke’ factor, and the adrenaline factor, was certainly up there with some of the more exhilerating places I’ve kitesurfed. Isn’t it amazing that we’ve got these toys that can put us into out there into the sea on days like these?