Yes a record and MYTHBUSTING because the speed of the SUP looks high for 2 to 4 knots of wind.Hansen Aerosports wrote:Hi Aummm: IMHO, the true measure of light wind performance is upwind VMG(efficiency) which becomes more evident as the wind dimishes. High aspect/high projected area kites are typically better in this regard. Low aspect 'bucket' kites typically sit deeper with grunt and faster turning.
There is plenty of middle ground and 'bragging rights' (highly dependent on the board/rider) so the real test is effective upwind VMG.
Cheers!Aummm wrote:opinion yet from others like Bill Hansen
And a creditable answer concludes the bottom line above
"if that is really aerodynamically possible to fly & ride an inflatable kite with our current technology in that"