Get Kitesurfing Newsletter 17


Get Kitesurfing Newsletter 17
It's been a fun-filled summer so far with the exciting opening of our new Sip and SUP coffee, cake and ice cream stand on Worthing seafront - why not pop along and say Hello! With the grassy space on the promenade and the sandy bit of beach in front, it's proving to be a great watersports base for weekend lessons. 

Our Worthing based SUP lessons and board hire are well under way plus we're now offering SUP Hatha yoga sessions.

Read on for more events, special offers and news and at the bottom tips on how to preserve your kitesurfing kite by packing it up correctly...
Sip & SUP Coffee and Ice Cream - We're Open!
Come join us for an invigorating paddle along Worthing seafront before enjoying a well earned fresh coffee, home-baked cake or authentic Italian ice cream.
Find us on Worthing Promenade, opposite Windsor Road, Worthing, BN11 2EU
Every Saturday & Sunday from 10am to 6pm
Latest Availability for Kitesurfing Lessons
Join our student Whatsapp group to receive alerts about lesson availability, times, weather info and to book.

Upcoming Availability:
3.00pm Tuesday 16th - 2 hours - 1:1 - £120
3.30pm Wednesday 17th - 2 hours - 1:1 - £120
5.00pm Saturday 20th - Group - 3 Hours - £100/person
5.30pm Sunday 21st - Group - 3 Hours - £100/person
10.00am Saturday 27th - 2 hours - 1:1 - £120
1.30pm Saturday 27th - 2 hours - 1:1 - £120
11.00am Sunday 28th - 2 hours - 1:1 - £120
2.30pm Sunday 28th - 2 hours - 1:1 - £120
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Meet the Team: This is George, Kitesurf Instructor at
The Kite, Surf & SUP Co.

George has been an instructor for the past 8 years and loves nothing more than inspiring his students to keep learning and progressing their skills. For George, it's all about the surf and beach life.  
More about George
SUP Lessons and Board Hire at Worthing 
Easily the most accessible watersport on the planet, paddleboarding has become renowned for its positive impact on both physical and mental well-being. 
Once you've tried it, you'll soon see why!

It's always best to have an intro' lesson before starting any new water sport, that way you can be sure to stay safe on the water, understand how to choose the right kit for you and learn the right technique to avoid strain or injury.

We're offering 1:1 - 1-hour lessons from £50 with our qualified instructor, Jade. 2 Hour Group Lessons are £45.00 per person. Available all day Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 6pm on Worthing Promenade, Opposite Windsor Road, Worthing, BN11 2EU.
Already picked up the skills?  Then take advantage of our board hire from just £10 per hour.
Book Now
SUP Hatha Yoga at Worthing
Whether you're a yoga novice or dedicated yogi, beginner paddleboarder or hardcore SUPist - SUP Yoga is perfect for anyone looking to connect with nature, restore some balance and enjoy some well deserved time out.
1 hour SUP Hatha Yoga
£25 - includes use of our boards
£15 - when bringing your own board
Available at weekends (weather dependent)

Location: Worthing Promenade, Opposite Windsor Road, Worthing, BN11 2EU.
Book Now
40% Off Peter Lynn Swell V3 Kitesurfing Kites
The Swell kites have been designed to be the perfect crossover between wave kite and freeride engine - keeping things fresh, challenging and fun.

We know that this sounds like a sales pitch, but act fast if you want them, because when they are gone, they really are gone! The mid size 9m and 11m kites will sell out the fastest. The larger sizes are a great budget option to extend your quiver for light summer sea breezes.
Other Peter Lynn kites on offer include:
Escape V7 - 5m - 7m - 9m - 11m - 15m
Hook V1 - 4m - 14m - 16m
Order Now
Buy Swell V3 Now
Pre-order Ozone Kitesurfing Equipment to get the best discounts available
Pre-order Now
Lancing Kitesurf Club - Pier2Pier Race 

Taking inspiration from the amazing Sussex coastline, Lancing kitesurfing club aim to establish & run the Pier2Pier Race – the biggest kite downwind race of its kind in the UK

On Saturday 26th October 2019 the inaugural event will run with world class athletes on the same tack as club and local riders! 
Kite and windsurfers will race between the iconic Worthing Pier and renowned Palace Pier in Brighton, racers will cover approximately 21 miles, taking in intermediate downwind buoys at Lancing, Shoreham and Hove.

A spectacle, a race and a challenge like no other!

Find out more
Tip of the Month: Pack your kite right and it'll last the test of time!
Ideally, dry your kite out before packing. There's no need to rinse it in fresh water, but if you do then make sure it's bone dry - if it's packed away whilst damp it'll most likely grow mold!
  1. With the kite secure on the beach the right way up, take the lines off and wrap the bar up, turn the kite over and hold it up off the beach
  2. Unclip the strut clips, one by one 
  3. Undo the deflate valve, making sure to undo the top one first, and then the bottom one (they can get stuck together if you undo the bottom one straight away)
  4. Lie the deflate valve across the opening sideways, and then re-attach the velcro of the round neoprene protector, this means the air can continue to be pushed out of the kite as you roll it up, but no sand or debris can get into the delicate inner leading edge bladder
  5. Make sure the kite is upside down and laid out lengthways, in line with the wind
  6. Roll one wing tip to the middle, being careful not to put your weight on the kite as you roll, sharp objects will easily puncture the canopy. Dust off any sand and remove any stones as you roll. You're aiming for a smooth and fairly tight roll (or it won't fit in the bag)
  7. Roll the other wing tip to the middle, you may need to put a board or something on the already rolled up side, so it doesn't unroll in a comical fashion as you try to roll the second wing tip to the middle.
  8. Take your two near rolls of kite and turn them so they are on top of one another, then fold into three to place in the bag
  9. Gently do the zip up, being careful not to snag the canopy on it
  10. Store upright and do not put anything heavy on your kite when you're transporting or storing it, it can cause creases and ultimately damage the canopy
Enemies of kites include stones, sand, and creases!

If you take care of your kite, it will last a lot longer and stay in better condition :)
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