Category: Dual lines

Yeah, I know the post title sounds a little weird for non-kiters, but I was looking for no wind to fly!
FINALLY ... the wind calmed down and it should be possible to do some windless flying on the beach!
The 39th Virtual Freestyle competition is now underway!
There's definitely something going on some 230 kilometers south of the Villa AERIALIS!
It was an exceptionally warm November day with temperatures peaking at +15° and I had kites in the back of my car!
With an abundance of footage from the T2 session, I decided to put together two more videos!
25 years old but still going strong ... and what a kite this T2 Competition Evo Zero by UK based Aerodynamics really is!
In 1999 ... I think it was... Tim Benson and Andy Wardley released the Gemini, a kite that grew in to a game changer and a true stuntkite classic!
...and if you also like flying sport kites, well, then you just gotta keep on reading!
When was it...? 1995? Anyway, in the 90'ies, Prism Kites brought their Eclipse to the market. Now old school, but WOW, this kite rocks!
"The Phantom has become widely recognised as one of the most influential kites of its time. Popular with competition fliers and leisure fliers alike, it is predictable and precise in flight while remaining responsive and alert to user control."
People have called me a kite nerd, but am I really? I would much rather call it ... passionate!
Hey! Look what I found deep down in my basement. Four brand new Jazz kites from Prism! What to do with them...? Sure, make a stack!
It was just an almost unnoticeable whisker of wind coming in from the sea. Just about right for dancing with the Feather!
What's better than to spend a day or two carving some shallow water with a SHARP tool?

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