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Setting the trend for traction kiting in the early 90s, buggying is still going strong worldwide with speed and distance records being set everyday.

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  2. first attempt !!!!

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  3. Wind scooters???

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  5. Sail Wagons

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  8. Power kiting?

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  10. Kite Buggy Speed Shop

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  11. wanting to learn to buggy

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