Archive for the ‘Snow Kiting’ Category

The 2015 Airush Livewire kiteboard shred

Posted: October 30, 2014 by MACkiteboarding.com in Snow Kiting

The 2015 Airush Livewire kiteboard shreds tough. Just look at Matty Thames’s “stoke face”. Get stoked! -AJ http://ow.ly/DzEgj

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Check out the new, 2015 RP Control Bar f

Posted: October 22, 2014 by MACkiteboarding.com in Snow Kiting

Check out the new, 2015 RP Control Bar from Best Kiteboarding! This bar can help you take your riding to the next level…along with a lot of hard work, dedication and repeated slams. What up, RickyBobby?! Get stoked! -AJ

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West Michigan Snowkiting Goodness!

Posted: March 11, 2014 by MACkiteboarding.com in Snow Kiting

West Michigan Snowkiting Goodness!

Future kiteboarders: Here’s Chris at HQ

Posted: March 9, 2014 by MACkiteboarding.com in Snow Kiting

Future kiteboarders: Here’s Chris at HQ Kites, showing you how to set up and fly your “trainer kite”. Please give us a call anytime – we’re always here to help: (800) 622-4655 -AJ

Our friend, Tim Bernard, having a good t

Posted: March 7, 2014 by MACkiteboarding.com in Snow Kiting

Our friend, Tim Bernard, having a good time on his kiteboarding trip to Puerto Rico. Way to go, brother! -AJ

Slingshot 2014 Kiteboarding Gear Release

Slingshot’s 2014 Gear is being released July 12th.  The new kites and boards look amazing!  More information to come on the 2014 Misfit, Asylum, Glide, Darko, Rally, and Fuel.

Snowkiting at easmanville farm

Snowkiting at easmanville farm

Tucker and Jeff made it out for a morning snowkite session today at our new favorite spot and scored some fun powder.  Tucker was riding the Rome Garage Rocker 154 with Rome Mob Boss bindings while flying a Slingshot RPM 14m kite.  Jeff opted for a Flow Era that was lying around the shop and a 2013 Cabrinha Switchblade 12m kite.  With knee deep powder in spots it made for some fun riding and an excellent time to test our our new snow kiteboarding spot at Eastmanville Farm that offers a large area with enough elevation fun to mix things up a bit.  While the hike back is rather long in deep snow, it is well worth the reward.  Be sure to keep your eye out for the obstacles at this spot.  It has trees, fence posts, and a large ditch that might posses a threat to beginners or an unsuspecting rider but most of the large riding area is clear of major obstacles.