Day two singled the start of the Freestyle main event and the continuation of the strong Brazilian trade winds. Twelve O’clock saw the Men take to the water on seven to nine meter kites with many opting to size down as the day carried on.
Day one brought the strong prevalent trade winds that Barra Grande is well known for, from sunrise the wind was in and it was just a matter time until it switched side-shore enough for consistent freestyle conditions. The trials got underway at
Registration day for the eighth PKRA freestyle tour stop in co-operation with the ABK (Brazilian Kiteboarding Association) commenced today on the tropical shores of Barra Grande, Brazil. Many riders took advantage of the typically windy Brazilian