Extreme Kite Buggy Ironing

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Howarth - Extreme Kite Dirtsurfer Ironing
O'Prey & Howarth - Extreme Kite BuggyIroning

The inevitable coming together of the 21st Century's two great extreme sports of traction kite flying and extreme ironing is attributed to Howarth and O'Prey in 2005 in Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire.

Despite many setbacks, technical difficulties and derisive comments from small children, the two intrepid pioneers managed to secure a competition ironing board (with Morphy Richards Surfline iron) first to a specially modified Dirtsurfer inline mountain board, then to the rear frame of a Mk. I Predator Kite Buggy. Both rigs were powered by a 7.2m Mk 1 Blade traction kite.

Despite a shaky start, an impressive combined toe side crosswind traverse and precision knife-edge crease on a difficult fleecy V-neck jumper was eventually achieved by Howarth followed closely by a tandem piggyback O'Prey-Howarth buggy ironing combination. When asked, the duo replied they were exhilarated by the days achievements but were not yet considering an entry into the Transat Des Sables Trans-Sahara Kite Buggy challenge.