Having fun with the Prism Eclipse on the field yesterday. Here’s a new video with outtakes and other stuff from the session.
Category: Dual lines
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!
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!
Virtual Freestyle is an Internet-based kite flying competition that is free for everyone around the world to enter!
This is not a beginner kite. You will need skills, patience and determination to get the most out of it. But that’s what makes it fun, isn’t it?
That feeling…. You know, when you’re kind of telepathically connected to your kite and it will do anything you tell it to…
The Cosmic TC was a revelation to me and capable of all the tricks in that famous book.
My Plan A was to fly the Gemini and the Elixir back to back, but for several reasons I had to switch to Plan B.
The Nirvana WW (Without Wind) is an agile kite, perfect, for solo or team flying in low or no wind conditions.
It’s been a while, but here the other day I pulled a Nirvana out of the bag again.
The vote is over and the six tricks are selected. Here’s my selection of tricks!
…and the voting is closed! Thank you for voting for the six tricks I will perform in my project Stunt Kite Classics!
Ever since I joined the Stunt Kite Classics group on Facebook, I have been playing with this thought…
A nice, little gadget – the Line Length Equalizer – should put an end to your frustrations! Here we go! First you need a piece of string
It was a perfect evening on the beach. Super smooth onshore wind clocking in at about 3 m/sec. No variations anywhere in the wind window
I didn’t think it would be fun at all. After a short but intense summer shower the wind died completely. I tried a couple of