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 Post subject: Sydney Kitesurfing lessons needed
PostPosted: Wed Jan 04, 2006 10:29 am 
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Hey all,

Im a student living close to the city in Sydney. I just bought a Wipika Matrix 11m kite (inc bar/lines/pump) and I need someone that can teach me how to use it. I don't have a board, vest, or helmet just yet.

I am happy to pay cash money in return for a reasonable asking rate.

Location can be flexible. Would prefer Dee Why area if possible.


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 Post subject: Re: Sydney Kitesurfing lessons needed
PostPosted: Wed Jan 04, 2006 12:06 pm 
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xlr9 wrote:
Would prefer Dee Why area if possible.


Just a stroll north of there is a kite shop that gives lesssons; maybe afordable group ones. I walked from Dee Why along the Long Reef peninsula (actually ran, with dozens of flies swarming me during a recent outbreak), then returning west just before the main road there is a sizable and friendly kite shop. I think I have their number somewhere...


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 Post subject: Re: Sydney Kitesurfing lessons needed
PostPosted: Wed Jan 04, 2006 1:52 pm 
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daft wrote:
xlr9 wrote:
Would prefer Dee Why area if possible.


Just a stroll north of there is a kite shop that gives lesssons; maybe afordable group ones. I walked from Dee Why along the Long Reef peninsula (actually ran, with dozens of flies swarming me during a recent outbreak), then returning west just before the main road there is a sizable and friendly kite shop. I think I have their number somewhere...


Hey daft

I'm not often in the Dee Why area. It would be excellent if you could get me a name/number. thx


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Windsurf n Snow in Collaroy, on Anzac Ave, 9971 0999. http://eastcoastboardriders.com.au/ tells it all. If you haven't already, try the scenic walking trail shown on their map. Great showroom too.


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Or you could try the South Side, where there is flat water in Botany Bay.
Kitepower - Ph 95296894
Please don't be tempted to try it without getting the kite and its safety system checked, and get a lesson on how it all works, we will check the safety for free.
Provided you can actually fly a kite your lesson will be in the water, if the wind is suitable we can even use your kite if you want?

Cya and

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Steve McCormack


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How are the winds and kiting conditions in Sydney anywase, particularly near the UNSW?


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