Emeryville, CA (PRWEB) June 06, 2012
The summer offers a challenging experience for those interested in kiteboarding lessons and kitesurfing, as KGB Kiteboarding in San Francisco is announcing a free demonstration. Set to take place from June 15 to June 17 in Emeryville, this three-day demo is open to all levels, from beginner to advanced.
“We will have a top pro in kiteboarding on-hand to demonstrate progression, tricks, big air, wakestyle, slider technique and more,” Royce Vaughn of KGB Kiteboarding said.
The demonstration will be handled by pro-rider Jake Buzianis.
In addition, KGB Kiteboarding welcomes the Best RV, which will be on-hand with the latest 2012 Best kiteboarding gear for attendees to demo.
Kiteboarding is a wind-generated boardsport that will have the kiteboarder gliding over the water and soaring to new heights. It is similar to wakeboarding, but instead of the boat pulling the kiteboarder, the power is in the kiteboarder’s very own hands in the form of a wind-powered, large kite.
“The beauty of this sport is that once you buy your kiteboarding gear, the wind and water are free!” Vaughn said.
KGB Kiteboarding offers a variety of courses on how to kiteboard or kitesurf, such as group trainer kiteboarding lessons (beginner) to advanced private instruction, all of which are certified by the International Kiteboarding Organization. In addition, KGB Kiteboarding features kiteboarding gear like kiteboards and kiteboarding kites.
For more information about the upcoming free demonstration or any of KGB Kiteboarding’s products or services, call 888-411-0732, view kiteboarding school on the Web at http://www.kgbswag.com or visit 3310 Powell St. in Emeryville.
About KGB Kiteboarding
KGB Kiteboarding is the San Francisco Bay Area’s kiteboarding headquarters that offers everything to learn to kiteboard. It is the best source of everything kiteboarding, from enrolling for lessons to buying gear and repairing accessories. Not only is it the best shop for kiteboarding, but it also teaches snowkiting and powerkiting.