By John Barresi
We're pleased to yet again announce the next prize being given away to our most appreciated supporters, the Kitelife Subscribers... For roughly 10 cents per day they play a major role in keeping KL growing in every way.
This is one of the more unique Subscriber prizes we've offered to date!
Our winner will receive one moderately used Symphony 2.2(.4), manufactured by HQ Kites ($85 value) as a dual line foil and then significantly modified into a superb quad line (adding the ".4") by our very own @riffclown from here on the forum, Riff is already well known for his passion and ingenuity and received direct blessings from HQ USA as well... This is one of the best handling quad foils I've had the pleasure of flying, and Riff has even shared the plans for anyone who would like to mod their own kite.
Previous forum discussion on the subject, and the plans:
** Lines and handles are NOT included, recommendation is between 50'-100' of 90#-200# line.
Here is my own squad Team KiteLife, having an absolute blast on these...
Some interplay, alongside a B-Series for scale and speed comparison...
The actual build in time lapse...
If you haven't done so already, You can sign up here.
Odds of winning for this prize is currently 1/415, and will be drawn on June 23rd, 2020!
Our thanks, and the very best to you... Let the drooling begin.
By John Barresi
Another in our ongoing series of Rev tutorials, this one covering basic light wind techniques and how the Rev transitions between a powered state and gliding state, enabling anyone to fly in the lightest of winds, simply by cycling your ground space and know how to apply tension.
NOTE: A reliable (and free) cross-platform video player is VLC, which should work with any file format including MKV.
English Subtitles: Rev Tutorial - Light Wind Flying Spanish Subtitles: Rev Tutorial - Light Wind Flying Japanese Subtitles: Rev Tutorial - Light Wind Flying French Subtitles: Rev Tutorial - Light Wind Flying Hungarian Subtitles: Rev Tutorial - Light Wind Flying
By Spence Watson
I have a side project that I have been working on for the last few months. It was somewhat of an experiment with different technologies, and has been very much a learning experience. But, today I am ready to announce the beta launch of kitepaint.com.
This is a beta launch, so the project is at the point of usability, but is not yet finished. The reason I am beta launching this is to get some more eyes on the project to find bugs that I may have missed, and to see what public opinion is and how it may influence changes to the site.
I am launching with only one product at the moment, the Revolution B-Series PRO. But, I am hoping to add more to the site in the future.
Feel free to play around on it, and let me know what you think!