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.
Category: Flying tips
I used to think that you could not trick a quad kite. I might have been wrong all the time!
Back in 2004 there was a lot of talk about the l’Atelier Transfer and it’s reluctancy to fade. I wrote an article on that topic, and some of it is applicable on a general basis too.
And while I’m at it, here are a few more flight patterns and skills to practice next time you go flying.
How hard can it be? Let’s give it a try!
If you want to improve, you need to fly a lot. If you want to quantum leap your skills, you need to fly with intent!
Understanding the Wind Window is important for managing the power of the kite and how it’s being affected by the wind. The Wind Window is
It’s probably not new. It’s probably not even a trick, rather a combination. But hey! It’s COOL! Variations on the Insane, Rolling Cascade and Jacob’s Ladders …or whatever!
The Jacob’s Ladder, a really nice trick combination that even a non-kiter can understand and appreciate. And perhaps best of all; the ”Ladder” is not too difficult to learn, and hopefully – when you have read through this article – you’re a few steps closer to make it. Are you ready? OK, let’s go!
Flying razor sharp straight lines are one of the trademarks of a good pilot. Here are a few tips on how to do it!
Do you have trouble with your kite oversteering? Some kites come with a bit of oversteer built in. I must admit I’m not too fond of this … feature, so if you’re like me, I hope you find these handful of tips useful.