Legaignoux, the father of modern kiteboarding

August 14th 2016
Legaignoux, the father of modern kiteboarding, has announced his full support to the International Federation of Kitesports Organisations (IFKO).
In 1984, French brothers Dominique and Bruno Legaignoux developed the world’s first kite. The dual line wing successfully pulled a rider using two water skis under his feet, and kiteboarding became one of the fastest-growing sports on the planet.

Kiteboarding involves a lot of gear.

August 4th 2016
Kiteboarding involves a lot of gear. Sometimes, our brain forgets a few essential accessories. Without them, we can easily miss the session of our dreams. Print this kite equipment checklist.
Kiteboarding has so many large and small equipment items that it is hard not to leave something behind. With time, we think we’ve packed everything but then, we forget that irreplaceable kite pump.

Kiteboarding needed it.

July 5th 2016
Kiteboarding needed it. North Kiteboarding and PIQ teamed up to develop a sports sensor that measures your jumps and air maneuvers.
The Multisports PIQ Sensor is an amazing surf gadget. It’s incredible how such a small device can measure a rider’s jump height and immediately show it to the user via a LED matrix display.