• Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

14 Helpful

About theflyingmick

  • Rank
  • Birthday 06/18/1976

Profile Information

  • Favorite Kite(s)
    SF 2.3 pro, 4D and EO6
  • Flying Since
  • Location
    Kallangur Qld
  • Gender

Previous Fields

  • Country
  1. With out seeing it first hand, I would say No-ish. The flying lines are unknown and more than likely will have more stretch than LPG so will give a spongy feel to the flying experience. The control would be more like driving a dodgem car, it will get there after a few bangs. I gave my SLE, which has seen a lot of action, on the 80 foot line, that are now 70foot due to breaks, to a guy to fly. He had flown a HQ Mojo before but was amazed how the SLE was more precise in its control. So to sum up. It would fly.…not as nice.
  2. The hall built for the schools under the Australian government nation building program are meant to be available to local club and Community groups. May be join/start a kite club and approach the local schools in the area.
  3. Hope these help.
  4. The is the official web site for the festival. Now just counting down the days. Look forward to see you all there.
  5. This is a group we started in OZ!/groups/373756166032845?ref=bookmark&%24MURI__user=0'>!/groups/373756166032845?ref=bookmark&%24MURI__user=0
  6. IQuad coming Down Under!! Details.... Confirmation..... Dates..... Defibrillator.... Sent via Tapatalk for iPhone. hers the link.
  7. I got the one rev in my bag, a SLE 1.5 for the day it blowing to had for freestyle with a dualies. But all that may change with the news IQuad is coming down under. A training session before the Redcliffe Kite Festival need a better Rev than a SLE. I could go a Barresi vented. I starting my saving now.
  8. Today while I was flying I had a magpie take a interest in my lines. Here is the video. In the sprit of "my story is better" post your "crazy bird" v kite story here. P.S. let not hurt any birds, but dazed and confused is alright.
  9. Win on the tenth Ship to Austrailia It should make it for my Birthday on the 18th Now it up to the RNG to pick 880!
  10. Hi dpod. Welcome. I started off with the Nexus a bit less than 12 month ago. I got use to flying in all condition, light wind to heavy winds where the leading edge starts to flap like chicken when flying across the window. Once I could keep in the air I started to try and do some tricks. One it can do is a back flip and a lazy susan with a bit of luck. I could get an ugly axle out of it to but not much more. It didn't stop me trying though. The next kite was the 4D for when the wind is a bit to light. I than move on the a Sliverfox 2.3. The first thing I notice was the pull. It wasnt drag across the park type, but a big step up. The other was the twitchy ness of it. I was always over steering it for the first few sessions. The main thing is tricks can start to be done on the a better kite. I been flying it for a few months now and it's good fun trying to learn all the tricks. But if you can find some one to learn off it speed things up a lot.
  11. Thanks Baloo, twice now you have cheered on my number but I don't think that it will sway the RNG your way. The RNG is single minded and only look for one thing. The numbers!!! So here they are 880 880 880 960? 833? 880
  12. I have been trying the silent treatment with RNG and it hasn't been the successful, so, COME IN 880! I had one go on a power kite and its about time to get dragged around the park again. RNG it time to pick 880!
  13. From the album Little girl, small dog and a kite

    Flying Silver Fox 2.3 Std at Elliott Heads, Bundaberg, Queensland.
  14. From the album Little girl, small dog and a kite

    Flying Silver Fox 2.3 Std at Elliott Heads, Bundaberg, Queensland.
  15. Forgot the "s" try Edit: John has worked his magic but will leave this for posterity.