132 > LEGENDARY LAGOONS
A new series filling your flat water fantasies
136 > TRAVEL WITH PAVEL
A series on kiting up and coming spots in Eastern Europe with Pavel Trcala
140 > TURN AND FACE
Don't wait all your life for the perfect barrel; hunt one down instead
144 > ALL THE GEAR, NO IDEA?
Are you brave enough to admit it's too much?
146 > MOTOR DRIVE PROJECT:
SHIFTY BACK-TO-BLIND The best looking freestyle move of the moment gets broken down by James Boulding
152 > REVIEWS
Kristin Boese hogs the limelight with a new book and DVD. She's a busy girl
154 > SUBSCRIBE AND WIN!
The Bandit 3 is gone. In its place an Airush Lithium kite gets thrown up for grabs
162 > SKETCHY CLOSE-OUT
Desert island tubes
FEATUREs066 > UNITY
When photographer and rider work as one sick shots occur
076 > CRUISE OR LOSE
Jim Gaunt heads to the Airush dealer meeting in Sotavento, Fuerteventura and is exposed to one possible future
083 > STICK STACK
New wave boards for 2010
092 > CONCEPT: 270
Relentlessly creative, photographer Jeff Pfeffer reveals images of Hawaii as you've never seen it before
102 > ARE YOU EXPERIENCED?
He held the world sailing speed record for almost a year after a run averaging 50.57 knots over a 500 metre course in Namibia at the Luderitz Speed Challenge last year. A crazy sailing vessel called L'Hydroptere pushed the record up to 51.36 knots in September. As the Namibia event looms once more in November we talk to kiter Alex Caizergues about his chances of claiming back top spot in the record books
108 > SPLITTING THE PACK
Double PKRA world race champion, Steph Bridge, spills a few top tactics for winning
114 > WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD
Long time speed addict, Dave White, studies the potential of Rodrigues as a future event site
121 > DROP IT LIKE IT'S HOT
Pull on some new winter rubber and you'll feel scorchio inside
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