JWharton

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  1. JWharton

    Votes Please

    As there's been a couple of votes for blue I'm gonna say the green one😉
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    13 videos in September

    No don't take a break😯 keep going, always a good time to fly🤗
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    13 videos in September

    Slacker😆
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    Dog-stake

    No no confusion returning to normal flight, but flying inverted on the dog stake confused my brain a bit with regards to side slides, there where a few ground bouncing moments, your brain seems to sort most of it out and the fun is off the scale😁 Bit of video from my first flight on Facebook another enjoyable journey coming up, https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=501783390269187&id=100013125912925
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    Dog-stake

    Well I finally got a dog stake and I can say it is more than I expected, truly awesome 😎🤙
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    Europe - UK Flyers

    Sadly I am away both those weekends and working in between, busy time of year😎
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    First Time Out With Rev

    You won't need luck you got the bug😎 Plenty of videos about and I'm sure others will chime in, enjoy🤗
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    The leading edge is the same size as a 1.5 that's the only part that comes apart, and it folds up like an accordion 😎
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    Here's Bruno (with his students😉) just about to convert it, basic explanation is several pieces of Icarus with bungees and clips attached to the outside frame stretching the material over the holes, no picture 🙃
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    It's a quadline kite built by Bruno Cocandeau, he was kind enough to let a few of us fly them at Basingstoke kite festival (UK). It would of been nice to fly them in some better wind (it was quite light and shifty). It will fly forwards and backwards at the same speed like a Fulcrum, but also side slide the same speed, limited flying time limited knowledge be nice to try again. There's also another part which closes the holes up, I'll see if I've got any pictures.
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    Thankyou, lol no photo assistant it's a screen grab I just leave my phone recording, then check it when I get home, I get lucky sometimes😎