Westozzy wrote:Of course we'd all rather here from Toby (especially me) but I thought I'd like to contribute by saying something like the dyno2011 on the hard bar setting isn't heavy but it's heavy enough...
BUT more importantly as the wind picks up I to the realm where you can really get some altitude and hangtime the bar pressure doesn't change if anything it seems to get a tad lighter (might be a perception thing but I find it to be the case. My experience with static bridles (but I've yet to ride the draft) the bar pressure will increase at the upper end of the kites range, to the point where it jast gets damn uncomfortable. But the aspect in the draft might reduce this effect...does it?
+1 But sadly, the bar pressures have reduced over the years.Toby wrote:I think Robby Naish is a fan of bar pressure, so his kites will have it. And that is good.
And yes, it trains your arms! Women love that
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