Kite Surf Irish Sea: 110 miles of dreams

After 110 mile and 9 hours on the water all the riders completed the massive kitesurf trip from Ireland back to England.

Hampered for over a year by the weather finally the team got the break they needed and completed the trip.

A great welcome from family, friends and local people saw them arrive together, in style, to Silloth West Beach.

Fraser Dooley, Martin Sandwith, Stuart Wood, Nick Elliott and John Flynn all arrived in good form and even had enough stamina left for a champagne celebration on the beach.

Many thanks to all the supporters and sponsors who have made this trip work.

Whether you think of a kite as a wing or a sail, you want it to be lightweight, resistant, waterproof, but also stiff and flexible at the same time, so that they could respond to all flight requests.

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