While kitesurfing is one of the most adrenaline-fuelled water sports available to thrill seekers, that familiar feeling of flying across the waves can be made even better (hard to believe, we know) with the right accessories.
While 2018 saw some great events that rocked the kitesurfing world, this year’s events itinerary is set to be even bigger and promises some huge happenings that you won’t want to miss.
Whether you’re an absolute beginner looking forward to your first session on the water or you have a few years of experience behind you and are hoping to perfect your technique, we could all benefit from a recap kitesurfing lesson every now and again. That said, although lessons are well worth the money, they can be a little on the expensive side, particularly during the post-Christmas slump of January when pay day remains weeks away. Here at F-One, we want to make sure you know exactly how you can make all of the time you’ve invested in kitesurfing pay off, so we’ve come up with seven tips on how you can make the most of your lesson to advance your abilities as quickly as possible.
Devon is home to some of the best coastline in the UK, with varying conditions that can be suitable for all abilities. There is a plethora of beaches, from golden sandy havens to scene-setting, pebbly coves, but not every beach will be suitable for kitesurfers. Whether you’re planning a holiday to the southwest of England or you live close by and are looking for where to launch your kite, we’ve taken a look at some of the best beaches to launch from for kite surfers of varying abilities. Whatever you’re up to in or around Plymouth, you’ll know the best places to head for to hit the open water.
A new year will usually bring a range of different resolutions for many, including spending more time outside, getting fitter/in better shape and trying something new. For some, kitesurfing will tick all the boxes, whether you’ve ridden before or not, and is a fun way to keep on top of all of your resolutions. Here at F-One, we’ve put together a guide of the best kites for 2019 so those looking to expand on their skillset in the upcoming year can do so with the equipment that’s best for them and the environment they’ll be practising in.