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One handed is easier, once you get the hang of it...

With all lines off one hand to the side, you're ergonomically free to run like the wind, only faster. :kid_devlish:

Tutorial ahead, for sure - you have my word!

How about those of us that can't run at all??? I've done some with my SUL and Zen on 30' and 50', but all in super light wind!

Motorized wheelchair.

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I never practice, but I fly a hell of a lot.

Lol..pretty much the same here..sliding the whole time. I get some reverse..but learned quick about loops, bounces,whump, and other stuff that can save alot of footwork too. Using the momentum off of

One handed is easier, once you get the hang of it... With all lines off one hand to the side, you're ergonomically free to run like the wind, only faster. Tutorial ahead, for sure - you have my wo

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I believe it is called a dead man's turn when doing a 360 with the kite in buggy. If there is wind you need a lot of speed and big balls. You have to steer away from the kite in a circle to keep the kite powered. Not an easy move to do. Usually you need a very high aspect kite like a x19 or vapor

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