Sermon (was Flexifoils)

>>Any information on learning to jump *safely* would be gratefully
>Does kite insurance cover this?
I doubt it. Atleast as far as the AKA insurance policy is concerned.

Two problems as I see it. First, the AKA insurance is LIABILITY insurance.
In other words, you personally are not covered for injury, only injury you
do to some one else or their property.

Secondly, jumping is a power kiting activity that is not at this time condoned
by the AKA. It is not condemmed either. Really, we are rather neutral right
now about it.

The Mad Hata  

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