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Old    Austin Top (boardridesurf)      Join Date: Aug 2006       03-31-2007, 11:36 PM Reply   
I am flying into Orlando on April 4th and staying until the 10th. I have a meeting on the 5th but would like to wakeboard, wakesurf, kitesurf or windsurf on the 4th or 6th-10th. Can anyone directed me in the right direction. From what I understand, Orlando is the wakeboarding capital, and I have been stuck in a rut of doing toe side 180s and clearing the wake heel side. I would like to do as much as I can and don't mind driving some where for the day. I would pay for instruction and/or pulls. I am going to bring my kite gear and wakeboard. I will be by myself and would appreciate any guidance as to where to wakeboard, wakesurf, kitesurf or windsurf. I will buy the beer and chip in for gas if anyone needs a third for wakeboarding/wakesurfing or will trade anyone pulls behind my 2007 Enzo if you want to come to Colorado. I will also pay for lessons/pulls. I am new to kiteboarding and am just good enough to stay upwind, so if anyone can let me know where the best place for me to ride would be I would appreciate it. I would also love it if I could have someone to ride with. As far as windsurfing, I can ride with the best. I understand that the wind is weak so kiteboarding will likely be the call, but I would love a windsurfing session or two if possible, so any guidance in this area would also be appreciated. I live in Littleton Colorado, which is just 20 minutes southwest of Denver, so if anyone wants to trade a stay at my house (this year or next) to ski/snowboard it is only between 45 minutes - 1.25 hours to any Mountain.
Thanks for any guidance you can offer.
Old    Ed G (ed_g)      Join Date: Nov 2005       04-01-2007, 4:12 AM Reply   
You will get many recommendations for places to wakeboard.

My suggestion is The Wakeboard Camp in Clermont, Fl (Kyle Schmidt head coach). You probably could talk those guys into kitesurfing and windsurfing.

I'd like to watch you do it.
Old    monte (dmonte3283)      Join Date: Jun 2003       04-04-2007, 10:09 AM Reply   
www.orlandowake.com
Old    -JonHarrison- (radrider)      Join Date: Nov 2006       04-04-2007, 1:04 PM Reply   
My recommendation is NorCal Sessions! These guys really know their stuff (pro wakeboarders) and are great teachers. I've been trying to stick a wakesurf 360 for like 2 months straight now and Danny gave me literally 2 tips and i landed it my first try after that!!
http://www.myspace.com/norcalsessions OR
http://www.myspace.com/54410815

If it's just too short of notice for them... try The Projects Wakeboard/skate camp:
http://www.theprojectscamp.com/


or the local cable-park if you like that stuff:
Orlando Watersports Complex (OWC, O-Dub)
http://www.orlandowatersports.com
--they give private boat lessons for like $50/half hr.

Have fun. If you ride with Danny of NorCal at Lake Mills then we'll see ya out there and try not to throw any swampers your way.

(Message edited by radrider on April 04, 2007)

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