Welcome to BEKS kitesurfing school blog. Here you will find a range of up-to-date kitesurfing information and resources to help both new and experienced kitesurfers in Brighton, Sussex or elsewhere in the UK.
We try to provide as much useful information as possible with the aim of making your kiting and surfing easier and safer so drop Chris Miles a line if you have any questions or suggestions, make a comment or find out more about our kitesurfing lessons here on the south coast.
Kitesurfing Goring Worthing
If you live in and around Goring Worthing, Sussex down on the south coast just an hour from London then the opportunity to have beginner kitesurfing course and lessons with BEKS kitesurfing School is yours… Continue reading →
If you live in and around Littlehampton, Sussex down on the south coast just an hour from London then the opportunity to have beginner kitesurfing course and lessons with BEKS kitesurfing School in the easiest and safest conditions for hours around is yours… Continue reading →
Kitesurfing lessons and courses near London
For people who live in and around London there are a good few options for kitesurfing courses within an hour or so travel from the capital. Continue reading →
There are two types of harness – one is a seat harness which is strapped around your waist and between your legs and the other is a waist harness which reaches around the waist only. Continue reading →
After taking your IKO course it is now time for you to get out and get some practice in. You would be best to contact other newly qualified kitesurfers through your kite School and try and arrange to meet up with a kite buddy so that you can continue to learn from each other. You will both be at more or less the same level so there should be a lot you can help each other with. Continue reading →
Beach Sports in Brighton
Watersports and Beach Sports are floroushing in England and nowhere more than in Brighton where Kitesurfing -the new Olympic Sport, is booming. There are a number of locations where you can try out this exciting sport which are dealt with in our separate posts. Continue reading →
Recently there has been a large increase of kitesurfing boards on the market, but with so much choice, are you sure you will pick the right board before you buy one?
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To start kitesurfing you will want a leading edge inflatable, water kite which is designed to take off from the water. It will be a delta or bow kite and have a smoother delivery of power than the c kites that are used for more experienced riders. Continue reading →
Kitesurfing Back Roll
Coming into the back loop or kitesurfing back roll you will need to have a medium speed and keep the kite at 11 to support your weight. Continue reading →
In order to jump you will have to already be able to travel up wind and hold an edge as the build up to a jump will require you to be riding whilst holding an edge. Continue reading →