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  • Birthday 10/29/1977

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  1. Thanks guys. And thanks for all your videos Jeremy. They are a huge inspiration [emoji4]
  2. There is also Fanø kite festival and one at Blokhus in northern Jutland. May be others, but that's the ones I know about.
  3. Yes. Rømø in Denmark in two weeks time.
  4. Do you switch handels between your hands. Like normal left handle in right hand and right handle in left hand? Og do you keep them the same as with normal flight when flying dog stake?
  5. Happy new year A picture form my last flight of 2017 (21. December) . Looking forward to many many more flights this year
  6. I'm definitely not implying that you only should use this Club 38 thing. I, as many others, have watched (again and again) JB's videos and learned a lot from them. But it was nice to have a sort of "script" to follow. Besides the people on the club 38 Facebook site is as friendly as you guys, so it's a nice place to be and it's nice to get suggestions on how to improving based on your videos. As a lony flier I have no idea what moves are called. Is there a place where I can read about the names? Anyway just wanted to throw Club 38 in, as a suggestion of one possible source of help on the basic.
  7. It might not be popular to mention here, but I learned a lot by joining the 'club 38' on Facebook. It teaches you the basic skilles and build on them as you go through the program. I liked that it gave me a purpose when flying, and something specific to practice. Of cause mixed with lot of 'normal' flying.
  8. I don't like flying it in more then around 6 m/s. It might be able to fly in more, but the line is singing pretty good and it feels like you could potentially brake something. Don't know if you actually will brake anything though. Also I don't like to much pull on my revs for some reason. I ended up buying a Reflex Spider for more wind then that. I also like that one a lot
  9. I recently started out with the Classic, you get both worlds with it, both the Reflex system and you can fly it without. Truth being told, I can't feel much difference with or without the Reflex regarding the response from the kite. What I like about the Reflex is that it flies much better and more stable at the edge of the window. It also have a little less tendency to bow tight when flying reverse, but it's just a question of learning to feel the kite. I mostly fly on short lines. On 50 feet lines I really like the Reflex, as it gives me a noticeable larger and more controllable window. On my 30 feet lines I exclusive fly it without the reflex, because I like to mix in some catch and throw. As said, other then at the edges of the window, I don't fell much difference with or without the Reflex. That might be because of my inexperienced though. Anyway, I really like my Classic
  10. Very cool and informative video. Especially like the tip to avoid slicing your fingers And of course yet another reason to regret that I first picked kite flying up after the Danish clinic was fully booked.
  11. Thanks for the explanation [emoji4] Now I have something to work on [emoji4] You say it's also possible with the reflex springs. Do you have any more info on how to do this?
  12. Ups, think I forgot the link to the video. Added now. moderator note. Embedded the link for you.
  13. Had a little fun with catch and throw on my classic yesterday. It's a good way to keep warm https://youtu.be/2cGv0GEcNl0
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