About Speedsurfingblog

Started begin 2008 speedsurfingblog.com. The reason to start speedsurfingblog was from start to promote windsurfing and speedsurfing by quality articles. To start I blogged mainly about my own findings. Later I started to interview some important people in the speedsurfing world. In 2010 I decided to offer even more information and made a menu with plenty of information for non-windsurfers till pro-windsurfers.

The site is non-profit and thanks to a large amount of returning visitors, we are able to get more worldwide attention for this beautiful sport.

Some feedback from other windsurfing sites:
Windsurfing44.com:  "le blog d'Erik Loots : Toujours de super articles (en anglais) orient├ęs"
Dailybits.be:  "Erik is al enkele jaren goed bezig met zijn blog speedsurfingblog.com en laat zien dat je het speedsurfen technisch dient te bekijken om de grote stap voorwaarts te maken."
Beach Telegraph: 


"Feel the Need"




Windsurfing.nl:"Populaire links  

Eric's Speedsurfing Blog"


Social media
(5 minutes of your time) Would you like to help? (1) Click on the article title (2) Link articles with 1 of the big icons below the articles (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) . This way speed(wind)surfing articles will show up inbetween other sports, share our sport worldwide!!

Join speedsurfingblog facebook fanpage!!!

Read more about the effect of social media (which shouldn't be underestimated!)

Erik Loots

Erik is windsurfer for 10+ years. In his daily life he is professional in construction dewatering, advisor, troubleshooter. Erik likes adventures, explore and to challenge himself. During his life he is trying to get the best out of it and have respect for the earth, nature and future generations. The modern world is about sharing, in this blog Erik shares his experiences, selfreflection and lessons learned.

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