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Introduce yourself as a new member to the kiting community. This well tell all of us who you are and very likely you will make new kiting buddies in your area or from visiting kiters.


jakemorries
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new uk member

Postby jakemorries » Fri Sep 11, 2009 7:36 pm

hi every one how you doing??

i have always wanted to have a go power kiting for years but never had the courage haha also i have never really had much luck at flying kites which is annoying cos any other sport i can pick up and get on ok.

i brought a small power kite 1m 20 to learn how to fly a kite also to try and show my 3yr old daughter how to do it, (which turns out she is a lot of better than me haha).any way i loved it but i wanted bigger haha needed more rush.
in the end i spoke to some one i know who owns a kite shop as a hobby and sold me a mk4 hq beamer 3m.


i have been out today with it for first time and at first i had a nightmare with the break lines i think it may be to tight also was not much wind but i couldnt wait any longer to fly it. i eventually got it up and it was amazing and now i cant wait till next time.

any tips or advice would be great as i have only been out once so dont know to much only what i have read in instruction book

thanks alot
jake

JET
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Re: new uk memeber

Postby JET » Tue Feb 02, 2010 10:06 pm

hey i dont know whereabouts you are in the uk but im around the east mids and i frequently fly at air boss world in loughborough . i have only been kiting for a year so i dont know many other places sorry but i hope that might help :D
Jake


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