What sort of kite do people recommend for an Altitude Sprint this Sunday at Royston?
Currently winds are forecast at 14 to 25mph which is certainly well over limit for a standard Dunton Taylor with 3mm spars
Anyone else thinking about this for tomorrow, make sure you have plenty of line, last year I run out
As it's possibly going to be windy they sometimes reduce the time limit, the important thing to remember is that when the time is up your kite needs to up there and not way back with a ton of line out and having to wait for it slowly reach its apex. Normally they give you 10 seconds for the kites to settle down before arguing about whose kite has won.