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We have three main types of club:

  • Local & Regional Clubs: based around a specific location or area of the country
  • Class Associations: these work to represent a specific discipline or class of participation, e.g. Kite Buggy Racing, Landboard Freestyle, Kitesurf Formula Racing etc.
  • Vocational & Occupational: representing kitesports participants from similar occupational or educational fields

Class Associations

  • Parakart Association (‘SKA’) – Kite Buggy Racing (Class 8 Land Yachting)
  • Raw Kite – Freestyle Kite Buggy and Landboard
  • SWATK, South West Association of Traction Kiting.

Vocational & Occupational

Local & Regional Clubs    


Scottish Power Kite Association, Scotland
Bournemouth & Poole Kite Club, Dorset

Camber Kite Club, Camber

CBK Kitesurfing, Hayling Island

North East Kitesurf Club, In the North East of England
Essex Kitesurfing School, Southend on sea
Exe-Kiteboarders, Exmouth
Kempsey Kite Club
Kernow Kitesurfing Club, Cornwall

Hurst Kite Club,  Lymington

Hunstanton Sailing Club, Norfolk

Kite Club Wales, Wales

London Kitesurfers Association,  London
South & West Wales Kitesurfing, South and West Wales

Weymouth & Portland Club, Weymouth and Portland

Wirral Sand Yacht Club,  Wirral

2XS, West Wittering, Chichester.
Whitstable Kitesurfing Legends, Kent