Now we are starting to get used to the foot change and understand the coordination between the kite and board carve, we can start to look at increasing our speed and power through the turn.
You need more speed before you start the turn, so the foot change needs to be quick and precise, so you are setup perfectly, edging comfortably on your toeside edge and then able to carve aggressively.
Rider: Oswald Smith / Dan Sweeney / Rob Claisse
Location: Cape Town, South Africa
Supported by: Airush Kiteboarding