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Author: Subject: Hello to the Borth kitesurfers

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posted on 14-11-2009 at 23:06 Reply With Quote
Hello to the Borth kitesurfers

Hi all ! I have been kite buggying on and off for several years at Borth/Ynyslas and used to sail dinghys from Aberystwyth years ago (before the harbour development!). After meeting Derek last year on the beach I got inspired to get some water kiting kit... Have been having fun land boarding recently. A big thank you to several of the Borth regulars who have helped me launch etc over the last few weeks. I'll try and keep out of everyones way and all/any advice is welcome - my aim is to progress to the water. I work at the Uni in Aberystwyth so if anyone on the forum has a connection there it'd be great to hear. (
Roll on some moderate westerlies !

Cheers, Neal.

[Edited on 14-11-2009 by snoozer11]

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posted on 27-2-2010 at 18:27 Reply With Quote
hi neal,
i'm landboarding at mom looking to get on the water, the beach at borth is quality, how long have u been boarding? what toys are you using?

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posted on 28-2-2010 at 20:32 Reply With Quote

I am in the process of getting kit to head into the water!

Have done a bit of buggying and want to do some kite boarding before i take the big plunge!!! also learning to surf

hopfully see ya all down the beach some time. I can maily be found Aber, Borth and of corse Ynyslas.

Maybe we could all get together for some knowledge and practice!!!!

smurfy x

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