Never swim your kite in again

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Never swim your kite in again

I'd be tempted if I kited...

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Re: Never swim your kite in again

Looks tempting, but what's the cost?

Barrett

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Re: Never swim your kite in again

Less than half what this costs?

(Pinarello Dogma F10 MSRP $13k)

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No truth to the rumor that in CA, you can get the $7500 Tesla tax credit if you commute with it. Biggrin

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Re: Never swim your kite in again

If you had that you wouldn't need a kite, paddle or sail for that matter. Just ride as is. Would save a bundle on the gear....

There is no off season.

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Re: Never swim your kite in again

Think of it as the Prius of kiteboards. A little juice only when you need it

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Re: Never swim your kite in again

I've come up with a better method for getting back when the wind quits on you.

There is no off season.

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