The risk with providing this information is that people won't be smart about going out
They need to bring buddies, know their own limits, know what conditions are best for each spot and what kind of gear is effective... but there's no way I can include that on each spot
Beverly Shores (Broadway)
Great flat water for beginners on W and NE. (2013)
blaise wrote:That made me spit my coffee out. Thanks!
Racine is good about one day a year, due to it's protected location along the shoreline....it cannot be kited on a N; it has to be a strong ENE to wrap around Wind Point, and that is an extremely rare wind direction...it cannot be kited on a S either; it has to be SE, and Sheboygan, Waukegan or Kenosha would be far better on that direction
skysurfr wrote:Can we add....
In the middle of lake michigan.... BETA SITE...A WORK IN PROGRESS KITEBOARD AYOR. PLEASE CHECK WITH LOCAL RIDERS BEFORE KITEBOARDING.
skysurfr wrote:A long time ago, when there were only a few of us kiteboarding here, we made a decision to be open, share locations, etc. Several of us had spent time in locations where localism ruled, where you got the stink-eye if you went out where you were not a local. We didn't want that to happen here.
I couldn't be more pleased, 10 years later, at how friendly our community is as compared to others.
This map is yet another step in extending midwest hospitality to new riders etc.
You may kite alone, but we ride together.
Keep up the great work!
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