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Triple Handelpass

Postby kitemovement » Wed Jul 18, 2007 10:26 pm

Louis Prelata doing a tripe triplo Handelpass on EH EZE 7M Ultra Flat

http://kitemovement.com/2007/07/18/triple-handelpass/

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Postby The Jess-Man » Wed Jul 18, 2007 10:38 pm

Neat, but that my friend is what they call a dangle pass... or in this case a triple dangle pass.

A handle pass requires no lift from the kite.

At 2:02 in this video you can see a double. No lift from the kite.

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Postby crash&burn » Thu Jul 19, 2007 12:02 am

j your point being? dangle or not its not something everyone can do including me most of the time. I am about 195lb and it is tough to get my ass over my head. that guy in the video looks like a gymnast. and what do you mean no lift from the kite

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Postby Mikethekiter » Thu Jul 19, 2007 12:14 am

crash&burn wrote: and what do you mean no lift from the kite
loaded wakestyle jump(kite is stationary in one place during the jump)(except kiteloops)

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Postby crash&burn » Thu Jul 19, 2007 12:29 am

i must be dense, loaded or not is the kite not still providing lift? does this mean if say doing a slim chance that the kite is helping lift the body threw the pass?

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Postby nab1000 » Thu Jul 19, 2007 12:42 am

its the triple dangle. I give him props though for upper body strength. :thumb:

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Postby The Jess-Man » Thu Jul 19, 2007 1:36 am

crash&burn wrote:j your point being?
It would be the same thing as some one saying there riding blind when there really just riding switch. Tricks are tricks, but you got to call hem by there proper names.
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crash&burn wrote:and what do you mean no lift from the kite
loaded wakestyle jump(kite is stationary in one place during the jump)(except kiteloops)
Sorry I should clarify. The kite can pull you but can not lift you; support you weight or slow your decent.

If your kite is lifting/ suporting you you cannot initiate the trick immediatly after take off. In this intance you can see the rider has a delay until he reaches the peak of hs jump before going for the first pass. Also you can see him swinging his legs each time he goes for a pass to build up momentum for a rotation.

If your kite is pulling you you can initiate the trick immediatly after you pop off the the water (or use a ramp/ slider). Also there will be constant movement through out the trick and no pause between linked tricks. ie. a tripple handle pass would one continuous rotation not rotation, pause rotation, pause rotation, float.

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Postby The Jess-Man » Thu Jul 19, 2007 1:38 am

nab1000 wrote:its the triple dangle. I give him props though for upper body strength. :thumb:
Yes definate props for strength... or he's only 130lbs... or maybe it's a she. You can't tell from the video. :D

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Postby jahmaze » Thu Jul 19, 2007 3:57 am

you guys crack me up :lol: know-it all forum riders... why can't just you apreciate the trick instead of wanking on how to call the move and flaming down the kid.. :roll:

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Postby toyletbowl » Thu Jul 19, 2007 4:05 am

j.

just post your handle pass pics and we'll understand better the difference.

triple handle pass? mad props.


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