I'd like to believe itdoggy wrote:Short clip of us taking out the 14m Liquid Force NRG Lightbreeze and Airush Sector 60 last Sunday to see how light we could go.
Wind was only 3-4 mph so had to work hard to keep the kite in the sky and get the board onto the plane but it was doable and a great fun session when the flags were stuck to their poles and the water was like a mirror
u mean 3-4meters per second which is what your phone said, or 7-9mph still super light wind, and nice riding, but more believable than 3mph.doggy wrote:Wind was only 3-4 mph
I think that depends on the kite. I haven't ridden the sector, but have ridden full raceboards with lightwind specific kites. The lightwind specific kites will fly before it has enough power to get you up on a full raceboard (about 6 knots). I'd guess the sector with less volume and planing area will take at least as much pull to get going as compared to the raceboards.William Munney wrote:If you can get a kite in the air the Sector will plane.
I agree, also when you look at the clouds the combination also gives you the extra pulling powerSupaEZ wrote:The rider is in a fullsuit (because of brown cold water).....perhaps gradient vertical wind
Now back to you Doctor
Yes indeed, nice catch and nice riding in that light windsedt wrote:u mean 3-4meters per second which is what your phone said, or 7-9mph still super light wind, and nice riding, but more believable than 3mph.
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