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Trick learning order up to the Flaka and beyond?

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Horst Sergio
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Trick learning order up to the Flaka and beyond?

Postby Horst Sergio » Fri Aug 28, 2020 10:56 pm

After I started getting enthusiastic about the fast learning curve during the last session I just wanted to ask for experiences about learing order for tricks and also a bit about material.

Actually I am doing tacks, duck jibes, toeside 180, downwind 360s. ... and want to get more :D

Now I thought its time for the flaka happily not just found a video from Phil, which is a hard reference but from someone at a more reachable level. Started trying it but till now just face plants :D


Any tips for the Flaka or other tricks to start before in the order.

Actually riding most 1100 cm² foil and a 6 m² wing but ordered a 4 m² hope this also will help a lot when we get the wind.
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Last edited by Horst Sergio on Sat Sep 05, 2020 6:32 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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Horst Sergio
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Joined: Thu Oct 29, 2015 10:57 pm
Kiting since: 1999
Favorite Beaches: Every puddle I can find in Central Europe,
the unpopular the better
Style: Slow Style stuntkiting, unhooked foiling
Gear: Just Monofoils, no training wheels ;-)
Ozone chrono; Flysurfer sonic²/r, peak4; Duotone echo
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Re: Trick learning order up to the Flaka and beyond?

Postby Horst Sergio » Sat Sep 05, 2020 6:05 pm

Ok, Flaka is done, but as it is not such a nice trick with tip most time touching the water (especially with a 6 m²) or even has to be pushed around, I am not sure to stay with this for long.

Just did it once successul, but as it doesn't feel to hard, no worry to get it again. Not too much secrets to say about it, for sure first try carefully and don't do a backroll as used with a kite, but to stay more or less straight under the wing, turn first the board and then the wing. To get it just start to go faster higher and with more turning impulse. Maybe I can tell more if I will have done it more then once. :wink:

Anyway, to me his is the very much nicer trick:



Maybe anybody can find a good explanation, as it is pretty much a jumped upwind 360, I think I will try this first, as already done but not yet successful.


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