Kite Trains

In article <2pddc9$h7o@agate.berkeley.edu>, Edward Chi Man Ho (edho@uclink.berkeley.edu) writes:
>       Hi everyone.  I am having loads of fun with my Quadrafoil.
>Thanks for all your help in recommending it to me.
>       I think I want to get a train now.  From my many kite catalogs
>I see only a few prepakaged trains.  Into the Wind offers a Rainbow pack
>and the Star Crusier pack.  I guess I could always train a bunch of
>flexifoils, but I have never flow one before.  Or I could train a bunch
>of normal deltas, like scorpians or something.  I would like to get a
>relatively cheap train like $100-$200.  (I want to save up my money
>and get a UL XTC so I can fly in zero wind.)


Take a look at Dyna-kites!  They are a nice diamond style kite that
stacks very well, and doesn't cost too much. The people who make
them, the Martins, are a family operation and very nice people,

Michael Graves 

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