This week in our strapless kiteboarding series we are covering how to jibe. Jibing is your basic downwind turn and it can be entered either on your heal-side or toe-side edge. This will likely be your first and easiest transition on a surfboard with our without straps and also the foundation for wave riding as linking your turns on a wave with a kite is similar to doing a series of jibes as you ride down the line.

We will cover the basics of how to jibe in flat water to help you build a confident foundation to take out into the waves and more challenging riding locations.

How to Kiteloop Late Back Roll! Get High with Mike. The late back roll is SUCH a scary trick, but it's more scary than it is difficult. I have so many friends who are ready to go for it, but they're like, "You want me to loop and then WHAT? Rotate?! Bruh, are you high?"
So in this video I'm giving you all the info I can to prepare you and give you the confidence you need to go for this trick.
Work on those foundational skills. Get those kiteloops consistent and get comfortable with rotations at height.

Once you've got the prep work done, get out there, nail that late back and once you've done it, send us the evidence.

There are numerous skills the will help you kite in less wind. This guide explains these light wind kiteboarding skills in detail.

It coves getting the most power from the kite, how to use your board efficiently, how to avoid stalling or slowing you kite, how to avoid your kite dropping and much more.

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