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.
There will be times when you will fall off your board and the board will stay more or less where it comes off and you and the kite will move and also be slowly heading downwind at the same time. Continue reading →
Sussex Kitesurfing – Brakelsham Bay
Brakelsham Bay has many large expanses of beach that are very open and beautiful and backed by a large unspoilt wildlife zones.
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If you want to travel a little further away from Brighton then another two miles west from Shoreham then Kitesurfing in Lancing is the next beach down the coast and it has become very popular over the last 10 years. Continue reading →
Just three miles down the road from Brighton you will find Shoreham beach which is popular for windsurfing and kitesurfing in Sussex. It first started being popular over 20 years ago…. Continue reading →
If you do decide to kitesurf in Hove or in Brighton then there are two possible places to do it and both are for the more experienced kitesurfer. Continue reading →
Kitesurfing Wind Meter
Most experienced kiters can guess the wind to within 3- 5 knots but ! Continue reading →
The Wave Cave. This is a board bag that doubles as a tent which is a neat little idea for a windy beach whether it is summer or winter. Continue reading →
It is necessary to keep your car keys dry when you are in the water and you can do this with a dry bag like the one above or you can get a tough key safe Continue reading →
This has to be the number one gadget that everyone will invest in. Useful for traveling abroad and also on your local beach. Protect your ears from wind deafness ! Continue reading →