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Re: [arcusers] Harder to crash?

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  • Peter Armstrong
    think of your mate, not your kites - your considering harnessing him into a large kite that can easily kick his ass without any previous kite flying experience
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 1, 2009
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      think of your mate, not your kites - your considering harnessing him into a
      large kite that can easily kick his ass without any previous kite flying
      experience on a hard surface.......
      grab a 2m trainer kite like an impulse that he can use to get the basics
      without injuring himself first.


      2009/6/30 koenwilde <koenwilde@...>

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      >
      > A friend of mine never kited before and hes goin with me this weekend for 3
      > days at Les Hemmes.
      >
      > I dont have any fixed bridle kites left, only PL Arcs. And I was abit
      > worried about him doin his first flying on em cauz what I remember beginners
      > crash alot.
      >
      > Then again when I started or anyone else i know we flew small fixedbridle
      > kites witch do crash alot even when you are good at it, specially when you
      > compare with the times you crash an arc...
      >
      > Im not really worried about it but wonder if i should be
      >
      > We'll be doing buggying and boarding, not on the water..
      >
      > What do you thinK?
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