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Best "newbie superman" pic.

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Created by Greenarrowz 3 months ago, 1 Apr 2018
Greenarrowz
NSW, 234 posts
1 Apr 2018 10:22AM
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Paraglider mate who is quite good gave kiting a go recently..
After 30 mins of flying the kite he got good air lol










Was fun to watch

Feel free to add any good pics you may have.

westozwind
WA, 1202 posts
1 Apr 2018 10:14AM
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Greenarrowz
NSW, 234 posts
1 Apr 2018 4:33PM
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Great Superman ^^^^^... and instructer doing a jesus walk lol gold.

Gateman
QLD, 183 posts
11 Apr 2018 6:32PM
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My 11 year old learning to kite .... he actually nailed staying upwind and turning without falling in the water today.

UTB
22 posts
8 May 2018 12:31PM
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I keep coming back to this when I need cheering up. Solid gold.

katethebest
WA, 1 posts
Thursday , 12 Jul 2018 9:38AM
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These are great pictures! They are hilarious but for a newbie like me I will be getting a lot of these fail attempts once I have started my kite surfing later this week. Goodluck to me! :D

Jhana
WA, 59 posts
Thursday , 12 Jul 2018 11:47AM
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katethebest said..
These are great pictures! They are hilarious but for a newbie like me I will be getting a lot of these fail attempts once I have started my kite surfing later this week. Goodluck to me! :D


If you find a good teacher you won't have these extreme experiences.

www.seabreeze.com.au/forums/Kitesurfing/Newbies-Tips-Tricks/How-to-choose-an-instructor

westozwind
WA, 1202 posts
Thursday , 12 Jul 2018 1:17PM
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katethebest said..
These are great pictures! They are hilarious but for a newbie like me I will be getting a lot of these fail attempts once I have started my kite surfing later this week. Goodluck to me! :D


My advice is to wait a few months. Winter is not the best time to learn and there are less instructors around this time of year. Interesting first post, a bit bot like I must admit, but I'll bite. Good luck.

cbulota
WA, 1130 posts
Saturday , 14 Jul 2018 9:17PM
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Hi katethebest,

I strongly agree with Jhana and westozwind. If you are taking lessons at this time of the year in WA/Perth you are most likely going through an unlicensed operator (no permits, no insurance). All legitimate schools in Perth are currently closed for a reason, it's the wrong time of the year to learn. Safety should be your primary concern when learning this sport and learning in storm fronts is the most unsafe thing you can do.

Christian



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