It actually is pretty easy to fly the trainer - If you know all the little tricks that experience bestows upon you.PoppaSkiLove wrote:Ive heard training devices are supposed to be easy. I guess the exception is a kite. Ive never even flwn a regular kite before, so I went out today fully expecting to open'er up and let'er rip. No way.
First, the damn kite kept flying away while I tried to tie the lines. when I finally finished, the wind had died down. I tried to run with the kite to get it to go up but all that did was tangle the lines into one big knot. After about 15 min of untangling I tried again, the kite went about 4 feet high and crashed. I repeated this but with the same result.
1/2 hour later of this and I was that raging idiot screaming and kicking dirt because I couldnt even fly a damn kite! Basically what Im trying to say is Ill take that guide you offered mate, things are definately not as easy as they seem
What are you talking about?window guy wrote:just do it!
quit worrying about shit.
repitition is the mother of skill.
The wee trainer kite is excellent for giving you an idea of how the kite flies, and building some muscle memory & reflexes.PoppaSkiLove wrote:Thanks for the good word fellas. I went out again yesterday with a bud and as long as he was holding the kite, we got it airborne. Anyways, your right, once its in the air its wicked easy to control. I even did a few kite loops (i think). Is flying one of the big guys pretty similar to this training kite, just with more power? Thanks again for the help
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