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L0KI
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Re: Kite Buggy Advice

Postby L0KI » Fri Aug 23, 2013 10:13 pm

Billie-Dirtsurfer with Foil kite or a Kitewing at Ivanpah works great.
Still got two or three Dirtsurfers hanging in the garage.
I like them better than a buggy for land kiting.
How about the Bigfoot two wheeler?
Kevin, is that a pic of you?

diogovilla
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Re: Kite Buggy Advice

Postby diogovilla » Sat Aug 24, 2013 12:20 am

I bought him the Peter Lynn's Bigfoot. I hope he likes it! He is quite heavy (140kg), Do you think the buggy will handle him?

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Bille
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Re: Kite Buggy Advice

Postby Bille » Sat Aug 24, 2013 3:56 am

Oldnbroken wrote:Billie-Dirtsurfer with Foil kite or a Kitewing at Ivanpah works great.

...


I kite with this girl a bunch.

So the day they set the world record for the land-sailor on Ivenpah , it was
40 in the morning. It was during the Buggy-Blast and there must-a bin maybe
200 people there, mostly all kiters.

There was exactly (1) person on a dirt-surfer with a (2)-line 2M airrush foil kite, and
just tearing up the dry-lake bed with it !!!

So these Two French guys say :
"THAT DUDE'S GOT BALLS" !!!

Then a local says :
"That's NOT a DUDE, That's a Chick named Romona" !

The Two French Guys didn't say SH*T after that.
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I don't think i could make one of those things go, with no feet ?

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Kober1974
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Re: Kite Buggy Advice

Postby Kober1974 » Sat Aug 24, 2013 5:53 am

Slappysan wrote:For buggies you might want to hit up www.powerkiteforum.com that's where all the buggiers hang out.



Yep ..... this is very good site to ask questions about landkiting and many use buggies pop up for sale .... I landsite for last 3 years and after getting to kiteboarding it still buggy a lot ....


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