Why prejudiced? I would say more privileged than prejudiced. I guess he could answer the question: "under ideal conditions, what do you prefer to do"? For most of us, it's more: "given your daily conditions, what do you prefer to do"?
Laird Hamilton BTFO
1) Kitesurfers priority is wave riding. The more you jump, the more you loose ground upwind = less wave riding.
You are not surfing if you have a kite.
Everyone is different and preferences change over time.Matteo V wrote: ↑Wed Dec 30, 2020 2:33 amYou are not surfing if you have a kite.
And why would want too? Kitesurfing is observably better as it combines two things into into something greater than the sum of its parts.
Dont limit yourself to just being a surfer with a kite. Use the tools at hand to thier fullest potential, and don't handicap the physical with some strange set of mental limitations designed to simulate something observably less fun.
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