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Tips for Your Backside Riding
April 08 2014 / 0 comments

Tips for Your Backside Riding

Reider Decker is a well known name on the shores of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina.  His family owns Hatteras Island Surf and Sail, an Institution in the area established in 1971! Reider spent several weeks on Maui with the Airush crew to shoot Tales of Stoke.  As the only backside rid...

Airush Tricks and Tips – How to Adjust your Airush Bar
November 27 2012 / 0 comments

Airush Tricks and Tips – How to Adjust your Airush Bar

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HioKZuPsEsk&feature=youtu.be New for 2013, Airush begins to release new Tricks & Tips videos every week to build the knowledge of everyday riders. In this video, Airush shows you the Smartbar 4, the first in the industry that uses one bar for the en...

Airush Tricks & Tips:  Convert 5 line to 4 line bar
November 20 2012 / 0 comments

Airush Tricks & Tips: Convert 5 line to 4 line bar

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B2jzojFO6d8&feature=youtu.be   New for 2013, Airush begins to release new Tricks & Tips videos every week to build the knowledge of everyday riders. In this video, Airush shows you how to change your bar from a 5 line to a 4 line bar, FA...

Bas Master Class | How-to Front Mobe to Blind
November 09 2011 / 0 comments

Bas Master Class | How-to Front Mobe to Blind

The Front Mobe to Blind is a Front Roll with a back side Handle Pass landed Blind. To land this trick you need to be fast, know how to do a Front Mobe and your Blind landings need to be safe. You need some time in the air, in the beginning you can put your kite a bit higher than with ...

Bas Master Class | How-to Slim Chance
November 08 2011 / 0 comments

Bas Master Class | How-to Slim Chance

The Slim Chance is for most people the easiest powered Handle Pass. You can break the Slim Chance down in four steps; Front Roll take off – 180 degrees rotation – straight up Handle Pass – landing. It is important that you have all the movements print in your head before you start p...

Bas Master Class | How-to KGB
November 08 2011 / 0 comments

Bas Master Class | How-to KGB

The KGB is one of the four powered inverted handle passes, like the Slim Chance, Front Mobe and Back Mobe. The step before the KGB is the Back To Blind with air pass. After you have your Back To Blind with air pass dialed in, than you are ready for the KGB. Instead of landing toe side...

Bas Master Class | How-to Back to Blind
November 08 2011 / 0 comments

Bas Master Class | How-to Back to Blind

To learn this trick you need to be able to do an unhooked Back Roll and a steady Railey To Blind, this is because a Back To Blind is a combination of those two tricks. Keep your kite during the whole trick at an angle of 45 degrees. It’s important that you have speed, because this will h...








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