I’m sure there are more than one way, but this is how I pack up my quads.
Adding to the colours of the sunset I went wild with the saturation! 🍊
Yesterday was a bit windy so I opted for s vented A-Quad. It seemed to be a good decision!
Despite dark and dismal conditions in the morning, the rain ceased and the wind picked up.
September 7th and clear indications that the summer days are over. But as long as I’ve got wind, I can fly!
What’s that creature in the water? Is it a whale, is it a shark … or … is it a …. kite?!
I used to think that you could not trick a quad kite. I might have been wrong all the time!
When the wind drops, make the best out of the situation and quantum leap your flying skills.
Slack line tricking is not for duallies only. You can do loads of fun stuff letting the lines go slack on your quad too!
One of the best things about quad line flying is that you can fly literary almost anywhere!
Having fun with the Prism Eclipse on the field yesterday. Here’s a new video with outtakes and other stuff from the session.
Hey, that’s my B’day! …and I got to fly a couple of hours in the evening. Yeah, treating myself! 😊
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.
I thought you might be interested in how I’m doing the ‘testing’ of the Stunt Kite Classics. Come on and join me behind the scenes, and I’ll let you know.
A couple of years ago I got my hands on this HQ Midi. Never really flown it until recently. Now I wonder why…
More than twenty years old, but the Midi still delivers!
Not only the old school tricks, but quite a few new ones too. A great freestyler!
I’ve edited more of the footage I shot yesterday. Flying into the sunset.
Summer holiday doesn’t necessarily means you’re not busy, but after eight o’ clock last night I had a couple of hours off duty.
It’s been a while, but yesterday my fave kite for several years was dancing in the air again!
The Gemini was a real game changer twenty years ago and opened up many new doors in the freestyle department. My fave kite for several years!