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  1. #1
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    wave forecast... help!

    kb4l is taking his annual trip to the beach on july 14 to 21 2009. my question is, will there be waves that week, or should i go the week before or after? any help to get me the maximum water time for knee-shreddin' would be greatly appreciated.

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    Exclamation Seriously?

    what are you like 10 years old? im speechless...please be a joke

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    of course its a joke, his name is kneeboarder4life.

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    Joke?

    Kneeboarding is real, very real. KB4L is also very very real. Just looking for some help here, not to be publicly humiliated like the time my mom spanked me in public.
    btw, kb4l is 32 yo 5'2" and 243 pounds.

    KB4L

  5. #5
    With a wave forcast that far out you should consult a Ouija board or a Magic 8 ball.

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    2-3 ft SE background swell with occasional 4ft with the best tides. Light and variable winds in the morning with onshore breezes developing by late morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swellinfo View Post
    of course its a joke, his name is kneeboarder4life.
    I think it's a valid question bro

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    agreed. kneeboarding is a quickly growing sport and needs grassroots support before it can become a global phenomena, like surfing. I believe that week in july will be much like micah is suggesting, also expect a seabreeze to develop around 11am and continue through most of the day.

    so do you wear kneepads while kneeboarding or just use a track pad? also, if no trackpad does the wax rub off on your knees? I would assume that would suck, especially if you have hairy knees.

  9. #9
    your such a tool. You kneeboard behind a boat...

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    Quote Originally Posted by beaner View Post
    agreed. kneeboarding is a quickly growing sport and needs grassroots support before it can become a global phenomena, like surfing. I believe that week in july will be much like micah is suggesting, also expect a seabreeze to develop around 11am and continue through most of the day.

    so do you wear kneepads while kneeboarding or just use a track pad? also, if no trackpad does the wax rub off on your knees? I would assume that would suck, especially if you have hairy knees.
    First, allow me to say "thank you" for your interest in our small and misunderstood subculture. I will answer your questions as briefly and honestly as possible. I use trac-top on top of astro deck for mad traction and comfort (nose to tail-rail to rail). Also, I shave my legs while paying special attention around my knee bumps for the mental edge when it comes to speed. As far as the "towed behind a boat" comment, my webbed gloves supply me with all the speed I kneed. ( though in the interest of full disclosure, Sandpiper towed me behind his paddle-boat once)