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Flexifoil Rage 2007

Introducing the fresh new Rage for 2007

The Rage has been designed to be a high performance traction kite suitable for all levels of kite flyer. It is an extremely versatile kite providing controllable, smooth, predictable power with reduced lift.

Powerful and predictable, the 2007 Rage is the perfect kite for anyone who is looking for an exciting traction experience.

The Rage is suited for everything from teaching basic kite skills, learning how to snowkite, kite landboard or buggy, through to being a high performance kite for experienced buggiers. This is a kite that you can learn on, but will never outgrow.

New for 2007, the Samba colourway looks fantastic and is available in all sizes across the range.

Available either with 4-line control handles or 4-line bar.  Both control options include the Flexifoil safety system.

Please note the 1.8 is supplied with Flexifoil high quality colour coded 20m flying lines, the rest of the range is supplied with 25m.

Available in: 1.8m, 2.5m, 3.5m, 4.7m, 6.0m.

 

 

 

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Kite buggying and other traction kite activities can be classified as extreme sports. Wind is the only power source and is often very unpredictable. An attitude of caution and respect towards the wind is essential, for the novice just as well as the advanced pilot.

 

 

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From un-packing your kite to getting it up in the air. The guides to kiting will help you understand everything there is to know about kite flying. MORE....

 

Safety

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Buggying

It is single-seated and has one steerable front wheel and two fixed rear wheels. The driver sits in the seat located in the middle of the vehicle and accelerates and slows down by applying steering manoeuvres in coordination with flying manoeuvres of the kite. MORE....

 

 



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