E-foil Lessons and training – Third time riders +.

$100.00

E-foil Lessons and training – Third time riders or more

Our normal rate is $199/hr.
Due to Covid-19, we’re running a summer special rate at $100/hr for third time, 4th, 5th time riders, etc.
You get the idea.

Looking for something fun to do?
Looking to get better at Foiling?
Looking to get in a decent workout on the water?
Already tried E-foiling?
Come E-foil with us again and again and again.
Ride at a reduced rate.
E-foiling is exploding and being seen on waterways all over the world.
Learn to E-foil from experienced trainers.
We use the #1 E-foil in the world.  Lift E-foil.

 

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E-foil Lessons and training – Third time riders +.

Our normal rate is $199/hr.
Due to Covid-19, we’re running a summer special rate at $100/hr for third time, 4th, 5th time riders, etc.
You get the idea.  

Join the E-foiling revolution.
Riding above the water on a Lift E-foil is an amazing experience.
If you have never foiled before, the best analogy is similar to riding in powder all day long.

Of all the foiling disciplines (kite, wake, surf, sup, wing, etc.) learning to foil on a LIFT E-foil is the easiest of them all by a LONG shot.
It’s not uncommon to have first time riders foiling quite well in the first session.

These state of the art powerful machines are just plain fun to ride.

We’ll spend a short amount of time going over some basics on land, then it’s time to hit the water.

What to expect in your Third lesson/training session:

  • What the heck….we just let you go and have fun.
  • In all seriousness, we help you become a better E-foiler, but if this is your 3rd time or more, you probably don’t need an instructor to help.
  • It’s time to ride your tushies off and get used to foiling all over the place.
  • Most lessons are about an hour and a half.  That’s the length of using up a full battery plus a little dry land time.

What we offer:

  • A fun, light hearted experience.  We’re all going to have a fun session on the water.
  • Training sessions using a 2 way headset/helmet system.  We can talk to each other as you practice.
  • Life jackets.
  • Shorty wet suits if needed.

What you should bring:

  • Suit and towel.
  • Booties if you have them.
  • Wet suit if needed.
  • Water

FAQ’s:

Do I need a lesson my third time around?
Probably not…the rate is basically the same with an instructor or on you own.
You can just go out and ride around if you have the proper skills from the first lesson.

What should I practice?
Turning, going faster, dialing in your stance, etc.
There are a lot of things to practice to get better and better.

The remaining FAQ’s are all the same from the first lesson section.

How long are lessons?
Most lessons last about an hour and a half which is the length of one full battery plus a little dry land.
If we are training more than 1 person, the lessons are typically longer.
Most new riders really want to run through a full battery on their first lesson.

What are your rates?
1st time riders = $150/hr.    Our normal rate is $199/hr, but we’re running a Covid-19 special at $150/hr.
2nd time riders = $125/hr.
3rd time riders = $100/hr.  (Same rate for 3rd, 4th, 5th time, etc. etc.)
Notes:
***rates are per hour and you can split it with multiple people.
Group rates:  Call for pricing.

How long does a battery last?
A single charge will last about an hour and 20 minutes (1hr / 20) for an average sized rider.
Really light riders can get much longer sessions.
We had a group fo kids that got 3 hours on 1 better during the training sessions.

Is there a minimum or maximum age?
Yes and no.  We have trained a lot of younger kids from age 10 on up.
It’s more the weight of the kids so they can control the board with their feet properly.
For older riders, it depends on physical ability and desire.  We don’t have an age limit…..yet.

Is there a minimum weight?
Close to 60-80 lbs.  We’re still figuring out the minimum weight.

Is it easy or hard to learn?
Everyone learns at a different rate, but learning to actually foil is somewhat easy (mostly).
Learning how to properly get up on the e-foil can take a little time for some, but it’s such a fun experience.

Do you offer groups lessons or just private lessons and training?
We offer all types of lessons.
Semi-private (2 students) are very popular.  We’ve had a group of up to 12 in 1 day.
What is required is multiple batteries on our end to meet the time demand.
The more riders you have, the less time on the E-foil, but groups are a lot of fun.

Where do you offer lessons and training:
Most of our lessons are done on local Madison area lakes.
However…..We also love to travel to your local lake.  We’ll travel up to 4 or 5 hours away if needed.

How do you know if our local lake is good for e-foiling?
Does it have water?  Ok…we’re good to go.
In all seriousness, I/we do a site evaluation before we go to other lakes.
Conditions matter.  The cleaner the waters the better.

Do you charge for traveling to our lakes?
Yes….we add travel fees depending no how far and low big the group is.

Is there a minimum student to travel?
Yes….we require at least 2 and the further away, the more the better.
The rate is minimal, but to help cover expenses.

If I already know how to ride, can I just rent the Lift E-foil?
Yes….the rate is either $125/hr or $100/hr.

Can we rent the E-foil for multiple days?
Yes….we’ve had our E-foil taken to Colorado, Mn, IL and Northern Wi.
Call for details and priding.

Can I order my training online?
Yes…..Order on the web site and see below for scheduling.

Do we schedule our time online or call or email?
Since we are 100% mobile, we do not schedule online.
Please contact us at 608-358-0514 (call or text) or email to bob@kiteridersllc.com to schedule your time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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