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abhthree
Posted on: May 10 2013, 09:26 PM


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Figured it was worth the note, finally got to ride that 9 in Hatteras first week of April. It was f'n cold, never saw anything above 50, but we scored three nice days of wind. Two nice 12m days and one gnarly 9m day for me. Can always hold that 9 down.

Picked up a new surfboard this winter, Naish Skater, seems like it will work nicely through the summer. Starting to head North to Tawas on Memorial Day, hope to be a fixture on the beach for June-August. Feeling excited or summer, hoping we ave some lagoons at Tawas point, and that we can get some nice thermal there like the old days. Hoping for some skim action w the extensions. Supposedly new Park has better low end. Will know soon.

I do like this forum. Still holding out on fb. Heard there's been some consolidation amongst the business owners, best of luck. And Kyle the mountains finally nabbed you? You say the word and I'll make sure he mountains are blue on the beach. Man I lost my only other dawg on the skimboard.

Cruz are you still flying that wicked 9m Vegas set up suicide on the bar? If so, respect. And congrats to you and Jenny on the little one.

Forum might be dyin, but the wind keeps blowin. If you need to find me, just wait for that wind to blow and I'll be charging in Tawas. To a great summer............
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Posted on: Nov 1 2012, 10:05 PM


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No Facebook here either, but haven't been posting either. Heard from my dad that some dudes braved our version of Sandy and were riding Tawas earlier this week. Respect.

Three years ago I was on a plane to Brazil. How time flies. 4 years ago, and a few days, KyleK and I made the epic, exposed 50k downwinder from isla do guehiro to prea. We kited through rivers of sea until the tide came up. 2 hours of passing fishermen and then 3 hours of beaches, shore break, toe side, and 5 donkeys. The whole time 25 plus. Should have taken water, but hindsight is always 20-20.

Planning on getting a new surf board shaped this winter. Felt like I wanted some more speed for the few days we got this summer with waves. I know it was an underpowered summer but I rode all the time. Was lulled into not even looking at weather reports, just looking out the window and pumping when I saw the whitecaps. I would recommend extensions to everyone, I rode 27 meter lines all summer.

Hoping we get some more juice in 2013. I have a new 9 that only saw the water once in 2012. Just didn't get to ride any days that it cranked.

Hope everyone is doing well. KyleK a few weeks ago I was reminded of a day 5 years ago in October that we ventured out in the sea turtle and you introduced me to the marshes near strawberry island. The kite gods smiled upon us that day as you rode 14m helix and I rode 14m Vegas and we both enjoyed an overpowered session. Think spring, and Cruz don't give into Facebook!

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Posted on: Jan 7 2012, 09:22 AM


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Saw this over on kiteforum. Was in Tawas for the New Year and had some juicy wind, but still don't have the balls to brave the big lake in January. Maybe some day.

Thinking spring, and excited that days are getting longer. Would embed if I knew how to do that stuff. Enjoy.

Arnot

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Posted on: Aug 29 2011, 09:46 PM


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Not sure about your local spot, but the weekends in Tawas have been shaping up to be underpowered. So far this year have only pulled out the 9m once, over Easter. (Possible I have spent too much time at the office, but can only count a few weekdays missed this summer). Shouldn't have been a big surprise to race out to the beach on Friday night and not be able to stay up wind. Ended the session cursing and irritated, tons of F-bombs. Pissed that I needed extensions and the skimboard AGAIN. Even questioned my decision to let my old 18m go a few months back.

But that big lake Huron wind, she knows how to tease, and how to rope me right back in......

Woke up Saturday morning with no thoughts about riding Saturday or Sunday, until the North wind kicked in about 1 o'clock. Got a ride a few miles north of our place and started the session slightly underpowered, but less concerned because I had 5 or so miles to go before I hit Tawas point. The wind built steadily as my fellow board rider and I enjoyed the hair dryer steady North wind. Hit the point and was FINALLY powered. Have a massive heal dent in my surfboard to prove it after working on my strapless airs for over an hour(board still rides great). Not ready for any Youtube highlights, but stomped a couple big ones, so sweet when the wind holds that board to my feet. Nothing like a steady north wind for us regular footers to get some nice kickers in Tawas.

Returned stoked and checked the wind for Sunday, not believing for a second that we would get any East in the big North wind heading our way. Sunday morning woke up to the sound of waves, but wind was offshore at the house. Had ridden a north a few weeks ago with a little too much west for me. Didn't want to be the first to make the trek to Caseville from Tawas. Mowed the lawn and waited for it to turn. It turned onshore enough at 10:20. Took the 9 to the beach just in case and rigged it hoping it would be enough. Dicked around getting off the beach with a little self launch all covered up from the wind. Lake looked raw as the wind was ripping up the water. Hoped I could hit the gas to get through the surf rolling in. Could see the windline on the water, but still didn't have the faith. Hit the windline and that kite took off as if it was angry I had kept it in the bag all summer. It hasn't seen that much blow since Brazil. Rode through swells over my head on the way out. Took a page from my dawg BC and did some up-winding as the wind picked up. Then turned started looping that kite, and rode the biggest faces I have ever experienced in the big lake. Rode up, down, heelside, toeside, powered, looped, til the wind died (to 12m weather) a few hours later.

Wind gods smiled on Tawas this past weekend. Hope they smiled on you too, there's no better feeling than being in the right place at the right time and scoring a session.

Arnot
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Posted on: May 11 2011, 07:05 PM


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I rid myself of those pesky straps after spending some time with Cruz and Xavier showing off for the camera in Brazil. As DC says, "when you reach a certain age your shit starts to hurt." My body has thanked me since.

I ride a custom skim from Roush Creations. I am a big fan but it was hard to get, I would not recommend sending him any money, until you see a board. I agree that it performs in much less wind than a surfboard. You can also ride it forward and backward like a twintip, not having to jibe, and keep up your speed in light winds. I rode Kyle's LF Twinskim last year and liked that. I was told they are cheap, but have no idea. My board is lighter and spins nicer for shuv-its.

The cool part of the skim for me is no fins. You can ride in super shallow water, but that can also lead to some massive diggers. I feel like I ride slower on the skim than a surfboard, and when it's pretty juicy out the chop can be difficult to keep your feet under you. It forces you to keep on your edge. A well designed one will cruise right up wind. You will drive yourself crazy trying to "tech out" on skims. It's really a style preference whether to go lightwind specific board or skim.
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Posted on: Apr 24 2011, 07:42 PM


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Was a little concerned this past Saturday when I went to the beach at 10am. The TBR crew had the place all to ourselves. Matt rode his 7m and washed the salt off from Brazil, he claimed he was a little underpowered. Safety Jason rocked a 12m, making sure he maintained a living on the edge, overpowered profile. I rode a 9m and tried out my new stick, 6' fish, quad fin set-up to start, and switched to my skim about an hour in. New board is good. It is super fast, and really holds on the turns. Need some more time on it to feel totally comfortable, but it gives me the nice big deck I was hoping for to catch some more of the sloppy waves that we get on the SW. Got a few little rides, but there was too much W to get the good stuff.

The point is totally changed this year with the water being down. Where we could ride on the inside last year, is littered with small sand islands and only inches deep. Later in the session I tried to ride my skim through there, but it is so shallow, you can't keep an edge. There is a sweet barrier island that formed on the second sandbar off the point, and I imagine it will be freestyle heaven, along with a great showcase on a SW to watch people boost it. My goal for the year is to olley my board into my hand so I can start doing some aerial stuff. Hopefully boosting that island is possible for the strapless crew.

I will await some other opinions, but if the point stays the same I think that thermal that some believe was stolen by Atlantis the past few years will return to Tawas for this summer. There is usually some more sand movement, but it is shaping up to be different than it has been for the past 7 years out there.

I was happy to see some of the local crew showing up as we left. A big apology(half-hearted) for poaching the best wind. Buoys were reading 25-28 knots.

It was my first water session for the year. Water took my breath away time after time as I tried to control the speed on my new surfboard. Strapless with boots sucks compared to the bare feet, harder to get the dogs moved around, and to feel that board. Wasn't one of my best performances, but a great way to start the season. As 9 is my small kite, it was a gnarly way to start a season. Fully powered, ripping through the multiple breaks at Tawas point, trying to not go whale watching to stay in close, because I can't find my kiting lifejacket or my gloves. But a memorable session none the less. We can travel the world but that point is one of the sweetest spots to ride, hands down.

Glad to hear the local crew showed up, hope everybody got a nice taste. Looking forward to seeing everyone as it warms up a bit and excited that 2011 is on. See you in Tawas.
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Posted on: Oct 8 2010, 08:38 PM


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Pretty sweet skim video.

www.shinnworld.com

Click on the Waterbird link.
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Posted on: Sep 12 2010, 02:15 PM


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I have a few kites that I am looking to move on. Trying to clean out the closets and make room for 2011 gear.

2008 Naish Torch 12m. Flew this kite a lot last summer, didn't use it much this summer. It's green and black, pretty wicked kite. This was a good year for the Torch. $500/kite only.

2010 Naish Charger 13m and 9m. Flew these this past summer. The Chargers are Naish's Delta. I really liked them, especially the 13. They have a lot of grunt. I was able to ride the 13 and my skim with the Flysurfer guys in Tawas. Both come with bars. I could bring out the 9 above 20 knots, and easily ride the 13 all the way up to needing the 9. I don't do much freestyle, I ride all strapless, but I know these kites go up real well. I rode the 9m every day in Brazil and it is super quick. I loved the super easy re-launch of these things.

13m $850(complete) Black and Orange
9m $750(complete) Blue, Black, and Red

2006 North Rhino 18m. This is a big dog. For those guys that still love the big C-kites, or someone who wants a big machine for light wind days. Used to be my goto kite in Tawas. Still in great shape. $250 kite only(red and black).

2008 Naish Custom Wide. Great light wind board and for beginners. I don't ride straps anymore, but this is great for your progression. $250

I am willing to take any reasonable offer. Please e-mail me if interested, I live in Royal Oak, so it would be easy to meet up down state. I take really good care of my stuff, no tears in any of the canopy's, and none of these kites leak. I have bars for both the c-kites if you are interested, and would be willing to throw one in as part of the package.

abhthree@centralscrewproducts.com

Thanks for your interest. Kite on.

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Posted on: Jul 5 2010, 08:03 PM


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I lost some sandals this afternoon at Tawas (Monday July 5th). I had left them on the berm where we enter onto the point. They were grey and black Havainnas.

Please let me know if anyone happened to pick them up.

For everyone else's info I heard that sandals have been disappearing at the point, so keep an eye on your stuff.
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Posted on: May 30 2010, 09:04 PM


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QUOTE(Saftey Rick @ May 29 2010, 02:41 PM) *
I think that maybe a dORKized report

I'm paying 1-4 odds on top notch S thermal tomorrow


Should have put down a couple G's on those odds. I'd call it a good thermal.......

Nothing at the house and nuked in the ponds. What a nice way to start summer.
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Posted on: May 26 2010, 04:30 PM


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Had an interesting session on a ENE in Tawas last Friday night. Not enough to stay upwind, but more than enough slop to ride the skimboard to the end of the point and wander back in the dark. Drove to Atlantis on Sunday via water, lagoon on the inside is warm enough to ride without a wetsuit. It was nice and calm and I was able to see that wicked drop off. This summer I plan to session those waves......

Safety Rick, where is the thermal? It felt like it was at the Point on Friday night. Is Atlantis producing that good thermal we got last year? Looks like thermal producing weather this weekend, especially with it getting close to 90 on Sunday. Has anyone experienced a good thermal at Tawas yet this year?
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Posted on: Apr 17 2010, 08:33 PM


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Cabrinha. There are sweet videos out there of Dre destroying it on a wakeskate.

I rode Kyle's Cabrinha wakestyle specific board with boots in Brazil. If the wakeskate is anything similar you would be in for a treat.
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Posted on: Apr 17 2010, 10:42 AM


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Hey All,

Attached a picture of my new toy that got shipped in this week. Been waiting since November to get my hands on this thing. I ordered it from a guy named Eric Roush out of Santa Cruz. He does some really cool stuff and I am looking forward to do some riding with this thing under my feet.

I have been spending some time on the forum losethestraps.com lurking and reading up. It's a pretty cool site if you're looking to cross over. Riding without then fins should be a learning curve, but the water is real shallow up in Tawas this year, and I believe it thermals the best over the shallowest stuff.

I spend most of my time in Tawas and plan on riding this thing in the inside of the point and with Safety at Atlantis. But for all of you down here, where are the good flat water spots on LSC? I rode with Kyle once in some awesome flat water on his old pontoon, but I couldn't tell you where we went. Accessible by car would be preferred.

How about on the West side of the State?

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Posted on: Apr 6 2010, 10:23 PM


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Didn't get to ride the whitecaps in the bay on Monday, but got 3 for 3 Friday-Easter Sunday.

You definitely need some extensions to ride Tawas in the spring. Safety and I think it has something to do with the cold water and the land heating up. 27m lines work real well. We also learned that the Gypsy on 27m doesn't work so well. It seems that little kites don't work with super long extensions in the epic conditions we were met with on Saturday.

Tawas looks like it will be back to summer 07 and 08 status when the water was lower and the thermals were better. Be careful, water is real shallow on the inside and down at the end of the point. Lots of debris in the water, although we can always use a few good sacrifices to the kite gods early on in the season.

As a final note, that water is cold up there. Make sure you are suited up appropriately!
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Posted on: Nov 27 2009, 04:00 PM


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It's been a little less than two weeks since we finished our trip to Brazil set up with DKB and Alize Travel. The biggest statistic remains, we had wind 100% of the time. This year we had more wind than last year. I flew a 9m every day, including in the dark, the day we arrived. We rode 8 days straight, with two afternoons lightening up to powered 12m for some. Even Cruz's previous curses were unable to deter the wind gods from smiling on us frommthe time we arrived, eager to ride, and when we left exhausted with our perma-smiles.

The spot that we go to is super cool. It's a huge lagoon on the inside of a barrier island. The wind comes screaming over the barrier island, and you get consistent hair dryer wind by the afternoon. Depending on the tides and time of day the wind slightly changes, but as the tide rises and the day gets later the wind becomes better, maxing out right before sunset (a great time for pictures). You can see it at

www.theflatwatersea.com

We were set up in very simple rooms (beds, toilet, shower, and fan). I was lucky enough to get a mini fridge! If you don't like to kite, there is not much to do, but for the kiter you can ride to your hearts content.

My favorite part was the down-winder we set up to end at our small hotel. We were driven about 15km upwind and got to ride waves the entire way down. The coast line is barren and windswept, beaches as far as you can see, but beautiful, and awesome for kiting. The water was bath water warm, and we rode only concerned about all the sun we were getting. We downwinded to the Secret spot, a nice flat water lagoon. I rode the waves on the outside, and watched the freestyle on the inside. Then we continued downwind on the outside of the barrier island. To get back you could either ride the entire island, and upwind the lagoon (20-25 minutes of upwinding), or walk across the island (1 minute of walking). It took me most of the week to convince others to go all the way to the end of the island, but it was worth it. Super hard wind, super flat water, and waves coming in, totally clean by the offshore gale that was ensuing. It took us about 4 hours total, and was a great way to spend a day.

The people that went were great, there were 15 of us, of all different abilities. Once there you are surrounded by kiters, so much that someone could mistake your gear for theirs at the airport. After riding all day it is pretty cool to sit on the beach, drink some beers, and watch some of the pros throw down.

If you didn't go this year, think about next. Two years of wind, every day is something insane. I haven't been on any other kiting trips with such results. I am putting in hopes for a downwinder from Prea to Jeri next year to ride some more waves. I try to get out here in Michigan, but life usually gets in the way. Down in Brazil though I got two sweet rides, a few sick bottom turns, and a single lip-smacking moment that was the pinnacle of my riding for 2009. All alone, riding on the ocean side, and hit everything just right at the end of the week.

Big thanks to Kyle and Renata for setting everything up so all I had to do was worry about putting sun screen on, keep my board waxed, and decide how fast I wanted to run down the line. Attached are some pics from some of the later sessions in the week. Kyle boosting huge with serious style, Dave Ford executing flawlessly, Cruz super focused, and the African Wonder edging towards his apres kite caprihina......

Enjoy,

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Posted on: Nov 27 2009, 03:04 PM


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Happy Thanksgiving all. Props to those that continue to ride, it's all too cold for me.

I just returned from Brazil with Kyle and DKB. I reviewed that trip in another post. I was fortunate enough to get my hands on a new 9m Naish Charger, the new Naish delta shaped kite before I left and I rode it every day while in Brazil. The kite is sweet, super fast, responsive, and a real joy to ride.

Being a dedicated C-kite rider this past summer I tried a bunch of new stuff looking to replace some of my old C's. I ride mostly in Tawas and tried Safety Rick's Wainman's a few times. I really liked the delta shape because I was able to generate a lot of kite speed by flying the kite in lower wind speeds. With some line extensions these delta kites end up with a great wind range. This fall I flew one of Kyle's North Evo's. I had also flown a bunch of hybrid and traditional C-kites (Fuels, Torches, and Vegas's).

The Charger is really fast. For those who are into unhooked tricks, it might be a little too fast. I ride a surfboard, strapless, almost exclusively, and I loved being able to generate serious power really fast, and also get a lot of pull through a turn with a downloop. I did a little bit of TT riding and was able to get the kite to go up really easily. This spring, Safety Rick will be able to give a better review of the freestyle characteristics. The kite has super light bar pressure, but you can still feel it in the window. It has low end grunt, but seemed really stable in the 30+ conditions we rode in. I rode it as low as 18, with 4m extensions (24m total), when everyone else was on their 12's. I rode it all the way through 30+, and was very happy with it.

I flew it stock out of the bag with the 4-line bar. I have ridden the fifth line for a long time, but liked the four lines in the waves. I dropped the kite a few times in the waves, and one time it rolled a few times. I was happy that I was still able to fly it, unlike a fifth line that would have rolled over itself.

I have read that some people get overpowered on delta kites. I can see this being a problem, but those of us that learned on C-kites can just keep pulling against the delta's and they come right to the front of the window, and you rocket upwind.

I rode the kite back to back with a 2010 North Rebel 9m, which is also a sick piece of equipment. It was easier for me to boost on the Rebel, and the jumps were floatier. The Charger was faster (board speed and kite flying), and had less bar pressure. The Rebel is one pump, something the Charger is not. Personally, I am all about the new Charger and plan on getting the 13m for a lightwind kite. But if you like a lot of freestyle, I would see Kyle about one of the new Rebel's.

I am a fan of Naish because of the build quality of the kites. I like the Charger because it is simple and well built.

Finally, if you're on the fence this year about new gear I would make it happen. The new stuff is faster, gets you going in less wind, and has bigger range. In addition, the kites are starting to differentiate enough to allow someone to choose more of a style for their riding. Try a bunch of stuff out, you have a ton of choices around Michigan.

If you have any questions, please feel free to write and if you see me on the beach in Tawas and want to try it out, just let me know.

Ride hard,

Arnot
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Posted on: Aug 10 2009, 09:31 PM


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I wondered why the beach was totally void of kites when it was blowing low twenties on Saturday morning. Idealistically it seems odd that territorial issues would arise over a public park?

My two cents, before there is a big throw down with all the powers that be at the park, maybe it was a simple misunderstanding between the parties involved?

From a long time rider of anything wind or gasoline powered in the Tawas area, I hope we can keep the new rules to a minimum, or absent. It is great to see so many kiters have found the State Park, but it is too bad to hear that we, as a community, are unable to manage our relationships well enough to enjoy spots together.

Any news on the date of the pow-wow?
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Posted on: Aug 10 2009, 09:21 PM


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Accompanied Safety Rick to Atlantis on Sunday.

After finishing up cocktails at the beach bar, had to wait for topless mermaids to finish rigging kites. Took awhile for wind to kick in, fog had to leave first, and I had to make a sacrifice to the kite gods in terms of a puncture wound on my right foot.

Went from really having to work an 18m to getting blown off a 12. Rick definitely has found a new thermal area.

Hard to stray from Tawas Beach, but will definitely head back. Would be quite interested to see Atlantis with the waves.
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If anyone is looking for a good visa service I used a guy named John last year at www.visatobrazil.com
He made it happen and I have a 5 years tourist visa. It saves some time on subsequent visits.

As for gear I would definitely recommend gloves. I am going to take some old fingerless waterski gloves this year.
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Posted on: Mar 22 2009, 08:29 PM


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Kyle committing in Brazil. Day was a powered 9m day, and many were on 7's.

The wind report looks intense for this week, but my thin blood still can't handle the cold. Rick keep me updated on the ice in the Bay. I will be ready soon enough.
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Does anyone have any suggestions on a good place to go and do some riding in March, preferably domestic US?

I was wondering if the wind is good down in Texas at that time of year. As an aside I am trying to avoid needing the heavy wetsuit for the trip! I am sure I could ride in Tawas, but I was looking for slightly warmer conditions.

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This is Arnot Heller from Tawas Board Riders.

We are looking forward to our first event and revealing our radically new Demo Shop format and the web-based interface to the people who attend. If you are unable to attend and interested in the Demo Shop program for 2008, please contact me. We believe it is the ultimate way to test all the best new kiting gear.

We're hoping for wind!

Arnot Heller
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