Yep I've had it happen a couple times with the CC bar on my Souls, it is a new problem since that never happened with the metal block before. No big deal, a couple quick yanks undoes it for me, same as if I was riding with a gopro on a line mount. Perhaps they can make a more oval loop to prevent something like this in the future. New bar is coming soon, can't wait to see what it is. The problem has always been with Flysurfer bars and this next gen is suppose to correct all of that. Bar floaters that don't tear and get damaged easily is high on my list. Oh and bungee lines that actually work and center lines that wear less.airsail wrote: ↑Thu Oct 25, 2018 8:40 pmBeen out on my 12 mtr Soul about 6 times. On 2 occasions I have had the rear lines hook on the small stainless rings now used to attach the flying lines to the bridle. It doesn’t effect the flying characteristics and eventually clears if the kite is dropped.
Having used older flysurfers using easy line connectors I have not experienced this before.
Anyone else seen this problem or is it just me?