Hi,p33k4boo wrote:thank you for the replies.
but isn't a kite with handles safer and easier to use, only because it has depower (if to compare a 2 line kite with bar and 4 line with handles)? i mean, if i see that something goes wrong (even when flying it simply on the land, without boards or any other gear), i can just make it lose all the power and prevent damage.
and what about the whole process of learning at the beginning? do small, simple kites soon become too easy to fly when you get some experience? i understand that, for example, 2 line kite with a bar is maybe easier to handle, perfect for the beginning, but if i already tried one with handles and in few hours learned a few things and managed to control it, would it be a bad idea to continue learning with this type of kite?
maybe i'm asking dumb questions, dunno, just want to make a right choice
You edited your post.edt wrote:u need a control bar if you want to kiteboard and a trainer that is a "kiteboarding" trainer kite. if you just want to do stunt kite tricks ask over on kitelife.com here on kiteforum.com we only do kiteboarding not stunt kiting.
stunt kiting (this uses two handles)
kiteboarding (this uses a control bar)
they dont have anything in common other than they both use kites.
Choose your path wisely.
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