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 Post subject: So Cal spots?
PostPosted: Tue Oct 10, 2006 7:58 pm 
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Any landboarding scene in the LA area? I'm an advanced kiter on water and I'd like to landboard this winter are there any good , consistently wind spots close to LA. I was thinking that El Mirage would be good to check out.
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I've gone out at El Mirage a few times. Not enough to figure out when the wind is gonna blow though. I just bring a kite/board when I head out there to ride dirtbikes.

That said, el mirage is sweet if you wanna fly but hurts like hell when you crash.


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Manhattan Beach is the better So Cal land rider spot. Thats where the locals go for low tide action. Elmers is better for moto style madness.
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When I lived in Manhattan Bch. I rode a buggy from the pier down to the power plant in Redondo to get to work one day. It was gusting to 44mph and I was on my 3m trainer kite. Pretty sweet trip cept for that damn pier in Hermosa.

I think the water line is wider at Belmont than at Manhattan.


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Windzup wrote:
Manhattan Beach is the better So Cal land rider spot. Thats where the locals go for low tide action. Elmers is better for moto style madness.
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Brian



This is an old post, does anyone still land or buggy at low tide in manhattan beach?
I would think the city officials would have banned this activity In the area


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