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  • British Kitesports

    The Associations remit is ever growing however its main objectives still remain the same:

    Promote safe kite flying practices.
    Maintain beach and land access for kiteflyers in the UK.
    Publicize information about Powerkiting, Kitelandboarding, Kitebuggy and Kitesurfing.
    Keep developing its training scheme for beginners, instructors and examiners.
    Keep developing the BKSA schools network.
    Keep developing a network of clubs throughout the UK.
    Recommend all beginners to do a course at a BKSA recognised school.
    Run the British Championships.
    Promote Regional representatives as a point of contact for all councils.
    Attend as many kitesurf events/ trade events as possible.
    Promote safe practises and encourage use of insurance.
    Set up launch/ landing riding zones with every council/ landowner where possible.
    Membership open to all UK residence.
    Continue to forge links with National and International bodies.
    Boost club and membership to increase revenue to be a more effective association.
    Fund and coach talented riders.
    Promote Grass roots competitions/events held by clubs.

    KITESURFING Courses, Club/Assoc

    Nationwide through our network of schools

    01305 813555