Author: Sven

25 years old but still going strong ... and what a kite this T2 Competition Evo Zero by UK based Aerodynamics really is!
More Hardcore flying at the Black Rock with some really up close scenes!
Ever since I rediscovered kite flying back in 1998 I've heard the terms kite pilot and kite flyer being used. But is there a difference between the two?
After a couple of rainy days, the sun and the wind was out to play again. ...and so was I!
I didn't have too much time on my hands, but I couldn't help myself. I just had to fly!
Why not take a look behind the scenes of making the video from KAPing at Hestholmen?
I hadn't been out flying for ages ... or fourteen days to be exact, but last Sunday I managed to squeeze in some hours!
On Saturday I was out checking out on of my favourite flying locations from up above.
After two weeks of none-kiting, it was definitely time to get a few up there today!
In this article we're going to take a closer look at my KAP hardware. So let's get started!
Well, maybe not quite a storm, but really strong winds nevertheless. Then an A-Quad Storm is perfect for the conditions!
This is basically not about kites, but with a little tweak, you surely can get that kite-related flare anyhow!
With temperatures hovering around +30°C and light winds from the south, I was ready for some hot weather lo' wind flying
I will have to cut down a little on my kiting activities for - hopefully - a shorter period of time, and here's the reason why!
The winds were to pick up a little in the evening and favourable for doing some KAP at the Torpedo Launch, or Torpedo Station.

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