How to Fly a Trainer Kite

A trainer kite is the fastest and most cost effective way of getting into kite surfing. There were two main reasons for this.

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Point Your Trainer Kite In the Direction You Want to Go

How to excel at flying your Trainer Kite

You will learn much faster during your actual kite surfing lesson, which typically costs around $75-$100 per hour. If you first learn your kite flying skills your time with the actual instructor will happen much quicker. As you’ll have all of the kite flying theory already understood.

You’ll also save money, because by using a trainer kite first, you will avoid rough use of your main kite surfing kite. Trainer kites are foil power kites, and therefore can take a lot more abuse than a leading edge inflatable kite. Would you rather destroy a $200 kite or a $1200 kite?

By learning the basics and spending around 5 to 8 hours on a trainer kite before a lesson. You will be able to get right to the important part of learning to fly your kite. Did I getting this kite flying experience out of the way early, you will become much more proficient much quicker than those who don’t understand basic power kite theory. Whether you are using the kite land boarding, snow kiting, buggy kiting or kite surfing, know that 80% of any of these sports comes down to kite flying skills. So every minute you spend perfecting how to fly a trainer kite will triple your chances of getting the most out of your kite surfing lesson with your kite instructor. When our students show up with their own power kite in some kite skills. They have a choir before the lesson, then we moved very quickly to the real fun of flying a kite. Learn about the power zone and where upwind, downwind and the zenith are from this diagram below.

Learn to fly trainer kites and power kites
First, take out a wide open space not close to any power lines, trees and buildings or other people. The bigger the fields or beach you have the better. Any obstructions like buildings or trees can cause a wind disturbance, which will affect how smoothly your kite will fly. So anyplace with a clean wind source like a beach will work. Excellent. Now take your trainer kite out of its bag and lay on the ground would be from the bar and walk away or into the wind. And then walking between them to make sure they’re not work lists before you launch. Untangle the lines, if you come to any knocks go back to the bar and attach your safety leash to your wrist.

Next, pull firmly on the bar and your kite will launch pull left in the kite will turn left pull towards the right in the kite turns towards the right Rev. the leading edge or front of the kite. Let the kite will go. Note that twisting your bar is if you’re turning the steering wheel is not effective. flying kites is more using the push or pull of your hands to decrease line pressure on each side of the lines. facing the sky and trailing edge or back facing the wind. Place a heavy objects, like a sandbag on the trailing edge. So the kite is secured and won’t blow down when. These are the basics and part of of how to fly a trainer kite.