Jun 30, 2016

Simon Joosten Strapless Tricks

Look at Simon Joosten, 19 years old from Barbados, while he enjoys performing strapless transitions in the flat danish waters. 

Jun 29, 2016

Finding shade in Indo

When it comes to waves, there's no place like Indo. Flying in from all corners of the globe, our World Class Team Riders road-tripped off the beaten track to find the ultimate spot of grinding barrels for days. Follow Airton Cozzolino, Patri McLaughlin, Sebastian Ribeiro and Sky Solbach as they take to the ocean, tuck into tubes, and find some shade in Indo. 
[from North Kiteboarding]

Jun 25, 2016

Forest Bakker Kitesurfing

Forest '4EST' Bakker in his new production. Who doesn't like slow motion drops, action and girls in bikini's?

Adventure Awaits

Watch as the team starts their journey on the popular Mauritius, afterwards taking a trip to the blissfully isolated island of Rodrigues. With 20knts of wind all day everyday, the riders were stoked to shred. 
[from NorthKiteboarding]

Jun 23, 2016

Nobody is perfect

Kitesurfers stuck in trees, falling in golf course lakes and so much more! Brings you another brilliant brand new crash compilation. Enjoy! 

[from Iksurfmag]

Jun 22, 2016

How To Do: Ollie Lien strapless transition

Caution Team rider Blake Harrington walks you through a Ollie Lien Transition. 

Watch and repeat! 

Jun 20, 2016

Boardriding Maui CloudFoiling 7

Kite hydrofoil session, Maui, June 2016
from boardridingmaui.

Yew, we love kitesurfing

To begin the new working week in a less tragic possible mode.. 

Have fun with this old compilation of oldschool, newschool, freestyle, wakestyle, wave riding, slides and megaloops. 

Jun 14, 2016

100 miles away

A movie made in the Grenadines in 2016 

Big thanks to all the crew: Piero, Sophie, Doud, Alex, Caro, Romain, Gaël, Simon & Remi.

Edit by Lucas.P

Jumping from 909 meters cliff with a kite

Simply put, watch it! 

Gokova Murphy Cliff Project
Location: Gokova, Turkey Date: Sept. 14, 2014 
Idea: Marek “Murphy” Zach 
Wind: 8-10 kns, thermal & onshore. 
Kite: inflated kite, Ozone C4, 14m 

- huge experience 
- hundreds of sililar jumps on snowkite 
- consulting with local paragliders 
- careful site inspection (mountain, city, beach) 
- weather and winds forecast monitoring 
- sleep, proper nutrition, relaxation and punk style meditation

We tend to travel a lot together, Murphy and I, and we both like to check out new places and kite new spots. Gokova’s been on our “to do” list for a long time now and when we got the chance to visit it with Jovi Travel we were really anxious to check out the spot and conditions there, especially since we’ve heard a lot about it before from our friends. 

The spot itself is kinda like the famed Gorge but without all the civilization surrounding it. A large bay surrounded by high hills on both sides. There is a nearby river which connects to the spot and little town nearby but that’s about it. The surrounding hills provide a nice venturi effect with light, steady winds which, combined with the thermal winds, which start to kick in around noon, tend to get stronger during the day.

Naturally, as soon as Murphy got down to the spot he started looking at the hills. Being the seasoned snowkiter that he is, sights like that only make his mind drift towards new “cliff projects”. In his case it’s usually a spur of the moment thing, but this time we accidently bumped into some local paragliders who gave us the ins and outs of the spot. So after checking out the possible places for take off and landing we decided to double check the gear, grab something to eat, get a good night’s sleep and prepare for the following day. 

On the day of the jump we decided to wait a bit till the wind got a bit stronger; I kitted Murphy out with my GoPro; he took his kitetracker, rigged up the 14m Ozone C4 and we headed towards the highest of the local cliffs. It was a bit tricky to set up at first on the, rocky, bushy, steep hillside but with some help from the curious locals we soon got everything ready. Without unnecessary goodbye talks Murph jumped of the cliff and was soon gliding steadily towards the spot’s beach. The whole “flight” took him a little under 9 minutes and, as we learned from the kitetracker, it was a descent of 909 meters. His jump caused quite a commotion at the local kite station and on his landing a small crew of our friends and locals welcomed him. 

All in all everything went very smooth thanks to the steady winds and Murphy’s know how. It was the first time I was a part of his famed “cliff projects” but for me it was definitely one for the books… And as we’re getting to books, we’ll see what Mr Guiness has to say about this SLE kite jump.

Text by Jacek Gadzinowski & Mateusz Woźniakiewicz

Jun 13, 2016

‘The Dent-est’ in Zanzibar

Join Ruben Versluis along the coast of Zanzibar as he jumps, slides, hits and carves the latest Brunotti boards. 
That crystal clear water is so appealing!


How did i get here

Epic sail around some new tasty spots with some awesome people. Theo and Kellen exploring new hidden gems everywhere we went. St Maarten, St Barthes, Anguilla, St Johns and St Thomas.


Jun 11, 2016

Fly Me To The Moon

Nick Jacobsen stars in this quirky kiteboarding short. Born in Denmark and groomed for kiting in South Africa he stays true to his crazy roots in this 13 minute film that takes you on an adventure of epic proportions. 

On his journey to the moon he must survive meteors and surf like a dolphin. With super human power he flies like a bird and walks sideways on walls. How cool is that? 
[Cabrinha Kitesurfing] 

Jun 4, 2016

Future This - back to 2007

Trailer for 'Future This' filmed on location in Tahiti, Mauritius, Indo, Hawaii, Australia, Chile and Peru. Showcases all the top names going ballistic in the waves!

Jun 3, 2016

Travel to Aitutaki

Probabily one of the most beautiful kitesurfing destination in the world. Check out the Switch team explore Aitutaki, Cook Islands.

Jun 1, 2016


"Some old footage never used combined in a single edit to not lose them on my hard drive. Autumn and winter unhooked sessions of the 2 last years. Really enjoying our Brittany spots which offer perfect flat conditions or nice kickers. The problem is that is changes every single day!"