Kitesurfing Kites

See the latest blog posts about the different types and styles of kitesurfing kites from Brighton Kitesurfing School instructor Chris Miles.

As a beginner it is most sensible to buy a good medium size kite with good wind range and stable performance and then think about buying more kites once you have some experience under your belt. For the more experienced it is advices that you will eventually need to have 3 kites to comfortably cover all the wind conditions that you will encounter.

Read the articles below to find out more about the kites used in kitesurfing or leave a comment or suggestion.

Types of Kitesurfing Kites

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 →