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Neil

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  • Favorite Kite(s)
    Rev B2, Rev spider, rev rx
  • Flying Since
    1975
  • Interests
    Quad flying

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  2. Hej Exult Thankyou for your reply. There is kite shop on Öland not far from Kalmar were I live and I hoped that there was a kite klubb that I had missed. I think your right when you wrote that there isn't many active quad line flyers in Sweden....I get some very strange looks, and remarks about ,"there's not enough wind"!!!! Sometimes I travel to Uppsala to visit my partners relations.I would be more than happy to meet up with you. I've never tried indoor kite flying and would love to give it ago. Thanks
  3. "just One of those days!!!"
  4. Sorry .... perhaps I should have been more specific.... anyone in Sweden flying revolution kites that I could contact ....kite clubs etc.
  5. I'm a new member and have already been more than happy with the speed of the replies to my questions.so here is another..... I'm an Englishman living in the south of Sweden (Kalmar) and wondered if anyone else out there is flying revolution kites? Please don't hesitate to contact me. Thanks.
  6. Neil

    3D flying video

    Excellent, really good reading. Thanks again.
  7. Neil

    3D flying video

    Thankyou very much. Exactly the information I needed.I think I'm going to like Kitelife.com Thanks
  8. Hi everyone This is my first time on kitelife so please forgive me if there is already loads of information on this topic. I've been flying revolution kites for a few years and have decided to expand my my skill level by using the excellent videos available . I've always been impressed with the catching and throwing (trick). But my question is .....is there a specific length of line I should be using , a max or a min ? JB doesn't mention it on his video but I'm guessing about 8-10 meters? Any help will be appreciated, thanks.
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