That kite doesn’t come out often but at the NKM23 it was time to hook it up to its three flying lines and have some fun with it.
This Trigon is a quick little bugger that reacts immediately to any input from the pilot. …and at first, you’re most likely to crash it due to its immediate reaction to any input. But when you get to grips with its flying characteristics you’re in for some big fun!
With just tiny input the kite starts to behave like a … kite! And you can carefully manoeuvre it around inside the wind window. The Trigon somehow incorporates elements from both dual-lined and quad-lined kites. You can stop and hover it in the middle of the air and fly it in any direction. Looping is also possible but takes a weird approach to your input.
You fly the kite using a triangular-shaped “handlebar” where you attach one flying line to each of its corners. You attach the lines to the kite itself accordingly and … Voilà … You’re in for some flying that definitely will put that big grin on your face!