Kite Picture Galleries
Landsailers, dirt boats, land yachts... whatever you call them are one of the coolest ways to travel with the wind. Ride by yourself in the WinJammer or with a friend in the two seat TwinJammer. Landsailers are derived from ultralight glider materials and designs. They are light enough to hand carry, yet so potent they can exceed 65 MPH with nothing more than wind power.
View the Landsailing Photo Gallery
Stunt kites, offer the pilot the ability to steer the kite and perform tricks. Two lines (at a fixed length) control the kite, similar to steering a bicycle. You control the kite by pulling on one line to make it turn in that direction, if you pull the right hand line the kite will turn to the right. Sport kites are easy to learn how to fly but tough to master.
View the Stunt Kite Photo Gallery
A kite buggy uses a four line power kite as an engine to generate power and forward motion. With the proper kite, right amount of wind and enough experience you can reach speeds in excess of 50 mph on a buggy (The current kite buggy world speed record is 82.9 mph).
View the Kite Buggy Photo Gallery
These are the same types of kites many of us flew as children, with a few advancements in sail and frame material. Today single line kites have more color, variation and durability. Getting started with a single line kite is easy. You can simply put it in the sky and just watch it fly by itself. Fun for children and adults of all ages.
View the Single Line Kite Photo Gallery