Hawaiis wrote:Very good idea, I am interested if you start production.
ronnie wrote:I'm all for new ideas - if they work better in some way than old ideas.
This looks OK at slow speeds, but this guy found that he needed suspension for travelling at speed over water.
http://www.handikite.fr/resources/_wsb_ ... G_1854.jpg
Water gets effectively 'harder' the faster you go.
Starsky wrote:any safety concerns?
wouldn't want to bury the nose in a big swell and take a header into that blade
could be interesting to see a few of those crash as speed rounding a downwind mark!
kibokit wrote:Main reason for this, I suppose, is a steep learning curve and it being physically and mentally exhausting, at least for beginners.
In the following video I am presenting a prototype of a kite scooter with a heel free rigging system, which could be operated almost instantly and effortlessly by any kiter.
Any feedback, praise, concerns, suggestions, questions, etc. welcome
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