The Sync Backless Binding is an entirely new approach to creating a positive connection between rider and board. The Sync connection is so advanced that it transcends the traditional footstrap category and enters the binding realm. Stopping short of a full binding, the Sync delivers the type of support you’d expect from a binding with the ease of use of a footstrap.
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The Cabrinha team of Jesse Richman, Damien Leroy and Jeff Kafka descended upon the NelScott Reef Rodeo in Lincoln, Oregon, to capture the top three spots over a field of 20 pros.
During the second week of May 2008 Susi Mai and California Bay Area kiter Bill Tai held their annual “Mai Tai Kite Camp” on Maui. Almost 100 riders of all skill levels participated this year in a week long event featuring tech execs and start up founders - mingling with local and international kiting professionals from Cabrinha and Naish.
When SBC Kiteboard decided to do a series of articles with the sport’s most stylish riders, the first name that came to mind was Andre Phillip. The term steez, style with ease, personifies Dre like no other rider in kiteboarding.
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Pete details the technology behind Cabrinha’s 2009 line of kites. To listen to the podcast, click here.
Bill Tai, self-proclaimed “kiter that VCs” talks to the L.A. Times about his passion for kiting and why it has become the extreme sport of choice in Silicon Valley. He says, “The sport appeals to Silicon Valley because its requirements tap the qualities of the inner geek: energy, passion, self-reliance, perseverance, fearlessness and calculated risk-taking.”
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