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Oooops, that should be Master Kite Flyer!

This guy is truly amazing. This is just a short video of what he does.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aHTh5W5S2wA

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Dam, this is slow.

Really nice video. However, how did he keep all of the different lines from getting crossed up? With all of the spins and dives, I'm just curious. I did find the video entertaining non the less.

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That guy is good!Hell..I never could get one off the ground. Never enough tail.

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That guy is good!Hell..I never could get one off the ground. Never enough tail.
I've had the same problem, not in getting one up, the tail bit.

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retiredintime wrote:
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That guy is good!Hell..I never could get one off the ground. Never enough tail.
I've had the same problem, not in getting one up, the tail bit.
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I have flown stunt kites for almost 20 years, but I could never pull this off, he is amazing.

1 kite in each hand, and 1 kite hooked to the sides of his belt.

I found one 4 line kite to be a challenge




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Nice Video..........great skill...........
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