Before you can start flying, you will need to assemble your quad kite. In this tutorial I’ll show you how!
Kite assembled; now you need to get the flying lines ready. It’s not difficult. I’ll let you all in on it in this tutorial.
Before you can fly, you need to attach your kite to the flying lines. You do that using a Larks Head Knot.
After a nice day on the flying field, you must disassemble and pack up your kite. Thankfully it’s an easy peasy job.
All right. Let’s get to the flying. In this video I teach you the basics on launching and landing your qud kite.
John Barresi taught me a good way on how to practice new stuff. It’s called the five reps practice method.
There’s much more to it than just launch and land your kite. In this tutorial we take a closer look at how to turn it!
When you have mastered the UP-turn you’re ready to take it a step further. In this tutorial you’ll learn the DOWN-turn!
How to hold your handles and moving your body. Important things to master for flying your quad lined kite!
The Angle of Attack (AOA) determines how your kite will fly. In this tutorial we go throught the basics.
Do you know that you can stop your quad line kite dead anywhere in the wind window … and make it stick there?! Here’s how!
In this tutorial, I give you five exercises that will imorove your hovering and your general flying skills too!
Here’s my first ever split-screen tutorial. Loads of different stuff with both the kite and the pilot in view!
Preparing for flying straight trajectories, you should really master setting the correct angle of attack. Here is how!
In this tutorial, I take a closer look at wht you should focus on in order to fly those super straight trajectories!
In this tutorial I show you how to use footwork and body positioning to improve your overall flying skills!
A real fun quad line characteristic is that you can stop and hover it anywhere in the wind window. Here is how!
This ‘trick’ is actually not too difficult. All you need is light winds, a suitable kite, a short (10m/30ft) lineset and this tutorial!
Most – if not all – quad kites will do the axel. All you need is to learn how. And that’s exactly what you get in this tutorial!
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