Kevin Langeree: riding kites near windmills is dangerously fun

Kevin Langeree has gone kitesurfing in the waterways of Kinderdijk, in South Holland. And not even the police could stop him.

People from the Netherlands use to say "if you're not Dutch, you're not much." Do you still doubt that saying? Watch what happens when Kevin Langeree and Lasse Walker get creative.

Kiteboarding is all about the experience. You can ride a kite almost anywhere, as long as you've got the skills and enough wind to go. But pro rider Kevin Langeree has set a new standard.

The Dutch rode what can be considered the narrowest water channel ever - a three-foot wide strip of H2O surrounded by green grass fields.

But he was not satisfied with that. Langeree then found a river and performed a few crazy jumps with 18th-century windmills as a perfect backdrop.

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