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Revolution in Racing Kites

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Flyingseb
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Kiting since: 1999
Local Beach: La Torche, France
Style: Jumps, curves, speed
Gear: North Dyno, Naish Draft, Cabrinha Apollo, Fone Trax Board, OR mako board, DIY boards, hydrofoil
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Re: Revolution in Racing Kites

Postby Flyingseb » Thu Oct 07, 2021 8:13 pm

Then, why not tying control lines to a real hang glider?
Who cares of beach goers, anyway 🤪
That thing is around 30kg…
Are you with me on this one, Bille?

jatem
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Local Beach: NZ
Style: Foil
Gear: J Shapes Pocket Board and Prone Board
Axis ART 999 foil with ultrashort fuse and HA 400 tail
Flysurfer Peak4 in 3m, 4m, 5m
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Re: Revolution in Racing Kites

Postby jatem » Fri Oct 08, 2021 4:06 am

Incredible, those Norwegians were so ahead of the game with the skiseil.

They realized you need to get rid of the kite strings and the bladder to improve kiting.

Single skin kitewing for the win.
That's all of Pumpy's nightmares about kitemares solved. Time to retire.

Nolongerpumpskites and nostrings


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