1. A racing class organisation IMHO should be there for the Kiters, not against... How is it possible that on the internet it is complaint after complaint about the IKA? Is it just the small proportion of racers that disagrees that is blogging the net?My observations are:
Because majority involved racing riders sort out any problems during IKA events: face-to-face or off-the-event by their national associations.
Internet? It's perfect for protesting but not acting! Therefore you might meet more protest than love songs
2. Why don't just allow all commercially available kites and boards?
If I read the latest correct it's proposed as you wrote.
3. If unsatisfied with IKA.. Why don't the riders just race under a more democratic (for and by kiteracers) racing class organisation? The kiteforum.com racing class for example...
Be the first. Experience it and explain your failure later