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NEKitesurfing - The UK's newest Kitesurfing Shop
Kitesurfing is when you use a kites to harness the winds power whilst strapped to a board which propels you across the water. This sport is currently taking the UK by storm, growing every more popular from just a few people in the late 1990's to over 7000 now in 2007. A kitesurfer in the UK needs a kite which normally ranges from 6m squared, right up to 18m squared for those light wind summer days. They will also need a good 5mm x 3mm wetsuit to handle the cold North Sea. A kiteboard is required as well as a bar and set of lines to fly the kite. Kitesurfers normally start with just 1 kite but as they progress, they often build up their quiver to handle a large range of wind conditions.
You can surf the waves, or boost huge jumps in flat water. You can cruise around or practise the latest freestyle tricks. The are many routes you can take in kitesurfing now. NEKitesurfing teaches this amazing sport in Northumberland, the North East of England. The area is full of stunning, white sanded beaches and very few people - perfect for learning kitesurfing.
Favourite spots are Beadnell Bay, Budle Bay, Druridge Bay and the stunning Bamburgh beach with Bamburgh castle in the background. NEKitesurfing also provides students with invaluable information about the latest equipment and provides students a great deal through their own shop. If you are interested in learning this fantastic sport in the UK please contact NEKitesurfing at: www.nekitesurfing.uk The online shop can also be found at: www.nekitesurfing.uk/shop.
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