Extreme Air Kiteboarding Competition – Red Bull King of the Air 2013 South Africa

After an 8-year hiatus Red Bull King of the Air has returned with a new format, new location and the mission to bring back the wow factor to kiteboarding.

Cape Town’s famed Table Mountain was the perfect backdrop for the world’s top 24 kiteboarders to face-off in the unique ‘flag out’ competition format. In the end it was Jesse Richman from the USA who managed to edge out Sam Light and Nick Jacobsen to emerge victorious.

Naish Kitesurf video DNA NKTV S03E01

Season 3 is officially here!

Join NKTV for yet another epic season of ridiculous bumping, jumping, traveling and team shenanigans.

We’re kicking off the season with Episode 1-Naish DNA…Watch killer airs and crazy sweet tricks as loads of adrenalin are unleashed on the South African sea by the Langeree & Richman siblings and “The Boss” during their recent trip to the RedBull King of the Air Contest.

Strap in, watch and get stoked as the Naish team takes kiteboarding on endless adventures to newly charted territories around the world with style.

Title: Naish DNA
Producer: Naish
Director: EyeForce (vimeo.com/eyeforce)
Riders: Kevin Langeree, Jalou Langeree, Robby Naish, Shawn Richman, Jesse Richman
Equipment: Boards-dub, Monarch, Global / Kites-Torch, Park / Harnesses-KL Pro, Mafia, Mission 3D

Youri Zoon Kiteboardind video FORWARD – Chapter 2 – Focus

In the second chapter of FORWARD, Youri Zoon is back on on track and shows the local kinds in Cape Town that kiteboarding is fun.
Even with the title in his pocket, he is still searching for new possibilities to defend his world title. These new tactics bring great opportunities, but sometimes even bigger risks. Youri has to decide: is this the time to take a leap into something new? Is he willing to open himself to a new way of kiteboarding to push his riding to a higher level?

PKRA footage courtesy of Seventh Frame (7f.tv)
Thumbnail photo by ydwer.com

The Kite Show Episode 9

Episode 9 was shot in Cape Town towards the end of the South Africa summer season and we are joined by slick Brit Tom Court as guest host who gives us the benefit of his opinion on the features and riders appearing in this episode. Keahi de Aboitiz won our ’2012 Video of the Year’ competition voted for by you with his ‘Hawaii Sessions’ flick, and we get his reaction to such a prestigious award.

Tom Court joins his boys Aaron Hadlow and James Boulding for an interview with Jim focusing on the filming of Freeride Project 2 (Sam Light almost made it back from the cable… but the filming was just too good we hear). Jim also sits down with Ryan Evans, Rich Sabo and Sam Medysky from Best to hear how they’ve recently expanded their riding team to include the likes of Youri Zoon and Ruben Lenten. We announce the winner of the Best Profanity board and launch the North Trust bar competition.

The Red Bull King of the Air dominates the news section as our host Jim was a judge, so he caught loads of reaction from that and we also fill you in on the latest world tour news. This episode’s Move of the Month features a bunch of Amercian Gangstas, Youri Zoon relives winning the 2012 PKRA World Title in Mystic Moments and we close the show out with our video of the year 2012, Hawaii Sessions.

Visit the all-new Kite Show website for the full show, a break down of special features, previous episodes and more at:thekiteshow.tv

Lithium Kiteboard video Starring Hannah Whiteley and Luke Whiteside

Starring Hannah Whiteley, Luke Whiteside and ‘The Nelderbeast’ singing, dancing and riding in our amazing lagoon locations where kitesurfing nirvana becomes a reality….

Massive thanks to everyone involved! Peace, love and smash it harder from Radical Kitesurf

Red Bull King of the Air 2013 Kiteboarding South Africa Video

After an 8-year hiatus Red Bull King of the Air has returned with a new format, new location and the mission to bring back the wow factor to kiteboarding.

Cape Town’s famed Table Mountain was the perfect backdrop for the world’s top 24 kiteboarders to face-off in the unique ‘flag out’ competition format. In the end it was Jesse Richman from the USA who managed to edge out Sam Light and Nick Jacobsen to emerge victorious.