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kite buggy beginner

Postby amnonshlomo » Wed Sep 11, 2013 9:18 pm

hi

i'm doing kitesurfing for 3 years and try recently land buggy,
since i moved to the counrty side i want to get in to the sport for 7-13 knot days

i done my test ride on a folding peter lynn buggy
but for now they sold out.
me interst is a buggy for that runs on Plowed field
there is a flexifoil buggy name navaro witch i dont familiar

what buggy is most sutible for my for the two?
can both be stored in the trunk with minimum disassemble?
what kite size it best for low wind for me(my weight is 100 kg)?

(if any one can publish a site with low buggy price it will be very helpful)

thank you in advance for replay

Amnon

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Re: kite buggy beginner

Postby plummet » Wed Sep 11, 2013 9:40 pm

go to www.kitecrowd.co.uk

theres more active buggy dudes on there.

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Re: kite buggy beginner

Postby tony montana » Wed Sep 11, 2013 9:59 pm

Plowed field,i grew up on a Farm,peter lynn big foot,LOL,TONY

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Re: kite buggy beginner

Postby Bille » Thu Sep 12, 2013 2:34 am

tony montana wrote:Plowed field,i grew up on a Farm,peter lynn big foot,LOL,TONY


>>peter lynn big foot,

Or Anything with REALLY BIG wheels.
You Could make your own, and use the wheels that 18' to 20' catamarans use
for hulling their cat's around on the beach ; there called Beach wheels by the cat
people.

Use Low tire pressure or your eyes will shake so much that they won't work ; NOT
joking here !! One Benny is that Now you can actually ride OFF the beach and
into the water, & just keep on going !!

I'm Lucky to live near one of the Best dry-lake beds in the World, ((Ivanpah))
They set the worlds record on land-sailors AND buggy's there !!

Bille

Ps: your gonna Love that sport !!!!!!

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Re: kite buggy beginner

Postby bullet » Thu Sep 12, 2013 11:23 am

http://peterlynn.com/products/kitebuggy ... n/bigfoot/

a good selection here that will fit the bill.!!

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Re: kite buggy beginner

Postby amnonshlomo » Sun Sep 15, 2013 7:22 pm

hi

can any one tell me the size/legnth of the rear axle of the flexi navaro?
i want to chack if the buggy go in the trunk without disassembly

another qu, my hight is 1.90 M , will the navaro fit me?

thank's Am

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Re: kite buggy beginner

Postby amnonshlomo » Mon Sep 16, 2013 2:06 pm

I found this site with cheap prices
But they only receive money wiring
I don't have alot of history ordering from the web
Does anyone order from them

http://www.watersporthobby.com/buggiesboards-c-17.html

Amnon


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