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  1. Each year I make it a goal to visit one of Australia's premier Land Kiting destinations, Kingston SE. This marked my 7th year visiting Kingston, nowhere near the 20+ @The Duke and @AliNev have been going. Each year I go to experience the one thing I can't find here at home, and that's a dry lake/claypan. Kingston is an amazing place, over the years I have collected some amazing footage. This video I've choosen to focus on claypan and why I travel to Kingston for it each year. Please turn your speakers up as loud as they can go... Thanks for watching, pl
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    Trickbitz Tornado

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    Manual for the Scout Flexifoil Buggy.
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    The manual for the original Flexifoil Buggy designed by Rob Hills.
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    The Flexifoil Navaro kite buggy manual.
  12. Brand New Never used Peter Lynn Kite Buggy. Has been put together... Instruction manual included. Located in Frankston. $ 200 It has been in storage for about 8 years.. or so.
  13. Asking $2000 for the lot open to reasonable offers Peter Lynn kite buggy Bomba 13 kite surfing kite 3.6 water foil 2.4 water foil 2 x harness’s Spare lines Spare bar Replacement value over $4k Open to reasonable offers, this setup was amazing and I could go out in all conditions with this variety of kites. Don’t have time to use it any more unfortunately. All gear is in good working order with no issues.
  14. Oct.8-14th was the Wildwood buggy bash held in Wildwood NJ, Usa. What started as a weekend get together has evolved into a week long gathering of buggy, boarding, and blokart family. This year, those who arrived early were treated to some amazing onshore winds courtesy of Hurricane Michael. Wildwood beach is approximately 7 miles of amazing hardpack facing the Atlantic ocean. This year we had 4 GT buggies, a PTW and 2 MG Supras as well as the assortment of PL and Flexifoil buggies. Having upgraded my gear this year allowed me to set several PB's. I buggied more this bash than all my previous o
  15. We've got another Kiter amongst us, my father He's purchased his first buggy, a Zebra! Just when you think you've seen it all someone comes up with a great new idea, the original owner modified the footpegs in a way I had never thought. He used small mountain bike bar extensions/verticle grips attached to the straight footpeg then drilled a hole and mounted the heel strap. For anyone else that has a Zebra and wondering, it's actually a really simple, non-destructive modification.
  16. Got a low-wind run at Venus bay yesterday and it was GREAT! The wind was dead on which opened up the whole of the bay (all 20 plus km of it), and although the tides weren't really low, there was still plenty of beach to be had. Interestingly I had more dog attention than usual - I think because the kite is black and looks more like a huge bird of prey. Fortunately I was going pretty slow when I nudged the Collie. As for the Jack Russell - he just took one look at the kite and ran . . . and ran . . .and ran. The Spleene was every bit the low-wind monster all the reviews indicate.
  17. The YouTube video of our session at the Wanna sand dunes in our GT Race buggies. No sound track just the sound of a coupla dudes having a blast.. Short version
  18. Here's some footage from Dingley park last weekend. Hopefully the angles will give you all a better perspective of the location for buggying / landboarding. Wind was from the north and at about 15 knots (dropping off as the sun set). Kite is 12.5 Montana. First time out with the drone (lots to learn).
  19. There's been a lot of attention lately towards GT-Race buggies in Australia and I'm unashamedly responsible. Earlier this year @nigel and I discussed to great length and in detail finally making our move towards owning the best production race buggies available. Our decision came about by the competitive blood between us when we're out kiting together, it's nearly a diagnosable medical condition and something that we've enjoyed for over 10 years together. Back in July our original plan was to order the XXTreme Apexx, a buggy we've seen first hand up close when @domenic first purchased hi
  20. Hi all, I really hope it's not just me, but I'm struggling to see how I list and sell some spectacular kiting gear on this site. I've searched and can see where, but more importantly I cannot see HOW to list my items. There's no 'create a buy/sell listing' or 'sell' button anywhere! - please advise. Many thanks in advance.
  21. Sysmic S2 Kite Bugyy in Stainless Steel (SOLD) This has been a good buggy, it's a Gen1 Sysmic S2 which most of the Gen2 features (spacer plates etc) were all based off as I built them and communicated with Christophe (Sysmic). All Gen2 parts can be retrofitted if you want to change things in the future like adding Bigfoots etc. Right now this setup suits running either Barrows, Midis or 17" Discs and is flexible for those options. This comes with a Gen2 seat currently on it, and a Gen1 seat as spare. The Gen1 seat had some flaws which I had corrected at an auto-upholsterer. Two sets of
  22. Looks like I need to get some credit points before I can PM so here's a start: One of my favorite buggying spots - mainly as I can walk the buggy there in 5 mins! Only tricky when there are footballers about ;-)
  23. I haven't used my 8m Ozone Manta 2 for a long long time so it has to go. (plus I need some $ get a new water kite) This kite is basically brand new, barely even bedded in. It was purchased brand new and has been used only twice: - In 2012 for a couple of days in the Cock's harbour area. (trip info with photos here) - In 2013 for half a day on Carruthers East ridge in Spring. Why so little use? Well, I am not a freestyle/lawn-mowing sort of snowkiter, I tend to go out exploring and for this I prefer a two-kite system of a 5m Frenzy and either 11m Frenzy or 15m Summit. Includes, backpack,
  24. Buying your first Kite Buggy is a big step, so lets explore the best options together so you get the right equipment to start. The key to your first Kite Buggy is choosing a buggy that will get you kiting as often as possible, a versatile buggy when starting will give you the most enjoyment as frequently as possible. Features that are important in a first buggy are the ability to use it in the widest possible conditions, whilst easily transportable and good value. Top Choices for your First Kite Buggy Peter Lynn Rally The Peter Lynn Rally is a fantastic first choice for a Kite B
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    The JIBE is Jekyll Island's first, and the Southeastern US's only annual kite buggy rally. It is planned as a loosely organized, informal get-together for kite-buggy pilots, but ATB/ landboarders, Blokarts and all traction and power kite fliers are welcome. JIBE is now a NAPKA sanctioned event, meaning that there is no longer the need to register or pay for registration fees. Just join NAPKA for $40 and you can not only attend JIBE but any other sanctioned event in North America. http://www.coastalwindsports.com/JIBE_Guide.pdf
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