When the winds are really picking up, it’s good to have the right kite and keep on flying!
Category: AERIALIS Kites
I haven’t had the chance to go flying since November 2nd…. But today…!
I haven’t been flying for quite some time now, but now I can see a light in the tunnel!
The weather has been crap lately. And when not I haven’t had the time to go flying.
All you need is a few square meters, a tad of wind and a bridge sheltering you from the rain!
As you might have read here at the AERIALIS Kites website, the AERIALIS Kite Flyers fly A-Quads!
Some times when you want to fly you will find yourself in very light wind conditions. However, with a little bit of knowledge about how to set up your kite and some practice you can keep on flying even if the wind dies down.
A cold and crisp winters day with a smooth breeze coming in from the sea can make a winter flying wonderland!
…and a few editing tweaks in Kinemaster just for the fun of it!
You might have noticed that the website has been down for a few days. Now it’s back online again! 😁
A beautiful October day, sunny, good winds and the opportunity to spend several hours on the flying field!
Now you know how to both assemble and pack up your kite and sorting out your flying lines… Are you ready for some flying?
Some times the settings are just about perfect, and with just a tiny adjustment of the brightness, you can have something like this!
Another episode in our tutorial series and now we take a closer look at the Larkshead knot.
Here we go again with another How-To video in the Quad Kite Department. Ready, Set, Lines!
Have you happened to browse by our YouTube channel lately? If so, you might have seen the new How To playlist!
No doubt about it. We’re heading into the crisp and chilly time of the year.
The countdown is over. October 3rd at 21:00 CET I’m exited to introduce a brand new column here at AERIALIS Kites where YOU can contribute!
That’s the title of John B’s latest video of the Djinn!
The wind was supposed to drop in the afternoon. So I hit the field with the hope of catching some of it before it died.