Kiteboarding is a relatively new sport gaining worldwide popularity, popping up over beaches, mountains and parks everywhere. With picturesque jumps, abundant and no-cost fuel, kite boarding has an appeal to the young and old, the men and women, and the boys and girls. Anyone with a shred of strength and coordination can learn to kite board.
The 2013 Peter Lynn Impulse Trainer Kite is the perfect trainer kite for anyone who wants to improve their kite flying skills to get into kiteboarding, landboarding or snowkiting. A unique shape, bombproof construction, 3-line setup and the control bar with safety leash help entry-level kite flyers to develop their kite skills and get used to the power of a kite. The 2013 Peter Lynn Impulse Trainer Kite has been developed to offer a perfect balance between speed and stability, so riders get challenged when flying the kite but will not struggle to keep the kite in the air. The power can build up to quite a bit, so the rider rapidly learns which sections of the wind window create the most power and which sections the least. The 2013 Peter Lynn Impulse Trainer Kite can even be used to ride a land board or a buggy, to get more experienced with kite traction activities. The 2013 Peter Lynn Impulse Trainer Kite is flown on a 3-line control bar with safety system, to get an experience as close as possible to kiteboarding or landboarding right from the start. The extra center line, the Life line, makes a very easy instant relaunch possible.
2013 Peter Lynn Impulse Trainer Kite Characteristics
Easy Steering - The Impulse TR is very easy to control. The kite steers smooth and as it is flown on a control bar, over-steering the kite is not an option. The Impulse TR has the perfect balance in steering behavior, making it challenging to fly but still easy to keep in the air.
Good Power - The Impulse TR can create quite some pull, helping riders to get ready for future kite traction activities. With any form of kite traction you need quite some power to get going, so it is important to learn how to stay in control of your kite when it starts pulling.
Good Stability - The Impulse TR, being a trainer kite, is designed to be extremely stable in all kinds of conditions. The kite is extremely stable so you are not struggling to keep the kite in the air but training to develop your kiting skills. With kite traction you need to be able to rely on your kite flying the way you expect it to fly, so you can control your kite hardly without looking at it. If your kite is stable and reliable like the Impulse TR, you can develop these skills from the moment your first kite is in the air.
East Relaunch - All beginning is difficult, kiting is no exception. When you start to challenge yourself, sometimes you cannot avoid to crash your kite. With your adrenaline running at full speed you want to relaunch your kite quickly. The Impulse TR is fitted with am extra center line making the relaunch of the kite super easy. You will have your kite back up in the air within seconds, getting gyou right back into that adrenaline rush.
2013 Peter Lynn Impulse Trainer Kite Features
Low-Medium Aspect Ratio with Specially Developed Profile - The aspect ratio of the Impulse TR ensures a high stability and used friendliness. The profile used in the Impulse TR ensures a smooth flying speed and power across the whole wind window.
Webbing Reinforced Cross-Vents - The profiles contain carefully placed cross-vents to ensure all the cells of the kite to fill with air quickly improving stability and (re)launch. The cross-vents are reinforced with webbing to minimize the chance of cells ripping after a hard crash.
High Quality Fabrics - With a smooth 40D Mirai top and bottom skin the deck shape is smooth, light and extremely durable. The 70D profiles ensure maximum durability.
Reinforced Air Intakes & Bridal Points - The air intakes are reinforced with webbing, the bridle points are connected to the profiles with a double stitched seam, increasing durability.
Efficent Dyneema Bridal - While being very responsive and direct the stitched Dyneema® bridle is kept to an absolute minimum to increase performance and reduce tangles.
Velco Bridal Loop - The Velcro Bridle loop secures your bridle and prevents it from getting tangled when packing up.
Dyneema Flying Lines Attached to the Kite & Bar - Dyneema® flying lines ensure minimum drag and stretch, making the kite more responsive. These high quality lines are already attached to the kite and bar, so you are ready to start flying right away!
Life Line - The Impulse TR features a setup with two flying lines and a center line, called the Life line. This extra line makes a very easy relaunch possible and is part of the safety system.
Trainer Bar with Safety System - The Trainer bar is designed especially for the Impulse TR, making the kite package plug and play. The safety system allows you to instantly lose all power from the kite without losing the kite itself.
The 2012 Ozone Ignition Kiteboard Trainer Kite is the ultimate kite to enter the sport of kiting safely. Designed to bring out the kiter within everyone, the IGNITION trainer kite is responsive, smooth and stable with enough power to ensure you’ll be ready to progress safely and with ease. The 2012 Ozone Ignition Kiteboards unique 3-line Safety System with Safety Leash guarantees safe, easy re-launch and gives you the ability to land the trainer kite by yourself.
If you feel too much power or are ever unsure all you have to do is let go of the bar, and the 2012 Ozone Ignition Kiteboard Trainer Kite will land automatically and wait for you until you re-launch it again. We recommend the 2m or 2.5 m 2012 Ozone Ignition Kiteboard Trainer Kite for the best balance of performance and power – go smaller in high wind locations and choose a bigger size in light wind areas. Whatever your age or kiting ambitions, the 2012 Ozone Ignition Kiteboard Trainer Kite is the perfect power kite to get you started in the most exciting new sport on the planet. Children should use the 1.6m size and in winds less than 10mph and always be under careful adult supervision.
2012 Ozone Ignition Span to Square Meters Conversion
The Sensei is the first ever two line relaunchable trainer kite that doesn't require the expense of a third line or anything else to relaunch. With The Sensei's relaunching abilities it saves you the time and energy of walking to and from when you crash the kite. The vents have been covered in mesh to prevent debris from entering the vents and hindering the relaunching of the Sensei.
This mesh also keeps the leading edge foil of the kite in the designed shape which makes the kite very stable and smooth in flight. The Sensei is the most stable & smoothest flying trainer on the market today! The kite has self-cleaning vents on the trailing edge so any sand that gets in it will automatically be dumped out while flying. The Kite comes complete and ready to fly with: Spectra lines, trainer bar, and bag. The 3m also comes with a safety leash attached to the bar.
When learning to kiteboard, 80% of the skills required to kiteboard are in controlling the kite. You need to learn to control your power source(the kite) before you can learn to ride the board successfully. Kiteboarding kites are too large and dangerous to attempt to fly on land. Trainer kites, like the Sensei are smaller renditions of the kiteboarding kites to allow you to safely learn kite control.
The B2 is Slingshot's original 2-line foil trainer kite. The B-2 has a proven reputation as the best trainer kite ever produced and is easy to fly.
The B-2 kite is durable, forgiving and give customers an edge in basic flying skills.
The B2 is Slingshot's original 2-line foil trainer kite. The B-2 has a proven reputation as the best trainer kite ever produced and is easy to fly. The B-2 kite is durable, forgiving and give customers an edge in basic flying skills.
Features and Advantages: # B-2 kite # Lightweight aluminum control bar # Compact storage bag # User DVD # Lifetime Rider Hotline Support membership tel. 1-509-427-4950 / email. email@example.com
You don’t need to have any kiting experience to fly the Peter Lynn Impulse TR. It is very stable and flies easy in light winds, allowing any kite flier at any level or age to have fun with it and feel confident flying it. Discover the kite talent inside you! The design of the new Impulse TR has been further refined to improve handling, stability and overall flight characteristics. Furthermore we have added an extra size to accommodate the youngest flyers. This is your chance to develop your skills! The Impulse TR is the perfect 3-line trainer kite for anyone who wants to improve their flying skills before getting into any of the more extreme kite powered board sports. The Impulse TR is the perfect tool to introduce your kids, spouse, friends or family into the exciting world of traction kiting.
Peter Lynn Impulse TR Kite Characteristics
Ideal tool for schools and serious beginners
For an exciting day at the beach or in the park
For all ages and no experience needed
Superb control and good flying speed
Easy set-up with pre-attached lines
Easy handling, good power and stability
Effortless re-launch with 3rd line
Bomb-proof contruction for extra durability
Peter Lynn Impulse TR Kite Features
Pre-stretched, stitched Dyneema® bridle
Webbing reinforced air-intakes
Double stitched bridle points
Dirt channel & velcro dirt-outs
Extremely durable, high quality 40D Mirai ripstop nylon top & bottom skin and 70D Mirai ripstop nylon profiles
Here at Kite-line, we heavily recommend learning to fly and control a trainer kite designed by Slingshot, Sensei, Ocean Rodeo, HQ, Flysurfer, Ozone or Peter Lynn. Without proper control and technique taught by a qualified instructor to go over basics, weather conditions, setups and maneuvers, it would be easy to rip a brand new kite or even be dangerous. While we highly recommend getting instruction from a reliable school, we know you can have a lot of fun learning on trainer kite.
Trainer kites are typically made smaller than a standard kite. While larger kites are a bit more smooth, trainer kites can have sensitive controls and features that can ease the learning curve for new kiters. Other things to consider are the number of lines, the presence of a safety leash, wind range, and use of a harness loop.