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Old 12th January 2010, 04:01 AM   #10
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As far as I'm concerned, its easier to learn windsurfing than kiting.
It really depends what you want and whether you travel and/or compete.
A few years ago in Tarifa there was a group who seemed to kite (one board, one kite) up to about 20 knots.
Above that, they seemd to be on a 5.0 or smaller and a wave board ( or something small anyway!).
Magic......simplicity...
In reality, we all have too much equipment.
Travelling with kiting kit is a breeze.

Whatever, enjoy yourselves and dont get so beaten up on what kit you have !
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