Identifying, and focusing on, the key elements and the tricky parts of a routine. will make practice more effective and boost performance!
Category: AERIALIS Team Flyers
Another trip to the flying field today, tweaking and tuning the pairs routine. It’s getting there!
In this article I will take you through the Pairs Routine step by step and when all the reading is done, there is a video!
The Pairs Routine is fresh from the drawing board. In theory it should be flyable, but nothing is certain until you’ve tried it out on the field.
Farid has just framed his A-Quad Hard Core and took it for a spin in windy conditions this weekend!
The AERIALIS Team Flyers are planning a gathering in Gothenburg in the weekend of March 27th-29th.
When the winds are really picking up, it’s good to have the right kite and keep on flying!
As you might have read here at the AERIALIS Kites website, the AERIALIS Kite Flyers fly A-Quads!
Here’s a brand new video of Team Kitelife practicing in November 2019.
I’m flying solo most of the time, but lately I’ve been making a few sketches for a pairs routine that is not too difficult to fly.
The members of the AERIALIS Team Flyers are spamming me with kite photos from Rømø this weekend. I’m taking the liberty to share them with you!
I’m sitting at home in rainy and windless conditions but Mirjam, Niels, Farid and Anders are having fun at Rømø!
I’ve been flying with the AERIALIS Team Flyers since 2003. Wow, that’s 16 years now! Team flying surely has added several dimensions to my flying.
One of the things I was looking the most forward to at the NKM was the Megateam. I wasn’t let down!
Half a year ago I really struggled with the axel. Now things are different!
With the Nordic Kite Meeting and Blokhus & Løkken Wind Festival not too far into the future, we gotta be prepared!
The wind definitely picked up, so what better to do than make a High Wind prototype of the A Quad?!
Finally the weekend was here and we all were heading for Gothenburg and Anders’ place to make some kites!
After two hectic days working like heroes using our sewing machines, it was time for the initial flight!
In about six hours we hit the road heading for Gothenburg and the Team Workshop!