I dont know anything about buggy riding. But if you're interested in kiteboarding or snowboarding here are all the contacts:omnismurfz wrote:Hey fellow kiters, I'm new on the forums here, but ive been on powerkiteforum for a bit. I started kiting this past summer when I bought a scout II 4m, I have a good amount of hrs logged on it and I ended up buying some other kites. I got a 19m venom and a 15m phantom. I then bought lines and a harness and a bar none of which is hooked up or connected and im very lost on setting it all up... I was wondering if anyone in the near area would mind meeting up and helping me figure out the setup and giving me some tips or whatever you feel like. I live in macomb michigan btw!
My advice is buy a brand new kite and get going. I suppose it's possible to use those kites for snow kiting and kiteboarding it might take you months to learn in what you otherwise would be able to figure out in days or weeks. A brand new kite will give you tons of depower, safety and ability to relaunch. What good is it to have a cheap kite with poor relaunch capabilities, if every time you crash it, your session is over? I also like brand new kites for a beginner because if you kook it up, at least you know your safeties, and lines will all work as advertised.omnismurfz wrote:TY for the info, I'm going to call kyle today.
Also I don't buggy either, nor am I planning on it. I was mainly interested in snowkiting and maybe some kiteboarding next summer. You don't think these kites are good for that?
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