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North American Blokart Sailing Association


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Blokart World Championships 2014

From the IBRA committee......

"We are pleased to announce the hosts for the 2014 edition of the blokart World Championships.

The Australian blokart Association in conjunction with the Perth blokart Club will be hosting two regattas in January 2014 on the following dates;

The Australian National Titles - Saturday 18 January 2014 to Tuesday 21 January 204

The 2014 blokart World Championships - Wednesday 22 January 2014 to Monday 27 January 2014

Both regattas will be held at the Lake Walyungup venue, a dry lake bed located 40km south of the city of Perth, that has a sailable area of approximately 200,000 square meters.

Event website, Notice of race, accommodation and transport details will be available soon.

We look forward to a great event in just under 14 months time"

Last Updated on Monday, 07 January 2013 01:27

Move Video From 2011 North Americans at Ivanpah

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Thanks to Bill Price and Crew for this jewel of a video.

Last Updated on Sunday, 22 May 2011 18:55

Ivanpah 2011 North Americans Video

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Thanks to Dean Kitchen for this.

Last Updated on Monday, 09 May 2011 17:07

The Ivanpah Experience

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On March 25th, 2011, Blokart sailors will come to Primm, Nevada from all over the world to sail in the North American Blokart Sailing Championship.

A Blokart is a 65 pound, three-wheeled, sail powered kart invented and designed by Paul Beckett from New Zealand.  You can sail with 2, 3, 4, or 5.5 meter sails at speeds of up to 50 + MPH.  Its ingenious design lends itself to being broken down and placed in a bag that can be put in the trunk of a small car.  With simple assembly requiring no hand tools, you can be sailing within minutes of arriving at your destination.  I have carried my Blokart on commercial airline flights with a minimum heavy bag allowance.  Because I live in Michigan, I have an ice blade kit for my kart, which allows me to sail on ice.  I have a sailboat, but I am limited to summer sailing in Michigan.  With my Blokart, I can sail year-round.  


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