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Bazzer

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Bazzer last won the day on February 9 2011

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About Bazzer

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  • Birthday 09/09/1967

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    http://gluedtotheblue.com

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    Lakewood WA
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    All kites
  1. Bazzer

    Happy Birthday Jynx!!

    Happy Birthday Jynk. Kiss kiss
  2. Bazzer

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY BAZZER

    Many thanks everyone. Leading edges to do today then pack for Malaysia. iQuads 100th event Birthday bash here we come!
  3. Bazzer

    WSIKF 2011

    If you walk down the board walk there is an exit onto the dunes right by the sound tent.
  4. Bazzer

    Glowing revs?

    we use Square Scotch Tape foam pads
  5. Bazzer

    Mega-Fly at WSIKF 2011?

    I'll be #7 Jim!
  6. Bazzer

    Mega-Fly at WSIKF 2011?

    Come see me Exile. I'll get you inverted flying in 30 mins. Just do what I say and stop thinking is all I ask. Offer stands for anyone else there also with problems with inverted flight.
  7. Bazzer

    Mega-Fly at WSIKF 2011?

    Come see me Exile. I'll get you inverted flying in 30 mins. Just do what I say and stop thinking is all I ask. Offer stands for anyone else there also with problems with inverted flight.
  8. Bazzer

    Cartwheels across the window?

    Your no hack Bart! A word of advice to anyone trying reverse flight. A vented kite reverses easier. Bart is lucky enough to own a Xtra vent. It is the easiest kite to reverse fly. If you can hold a side ways hover on two middle fingers(ie not have the kite running forward) Your brake setting is correct. that is a good general rule for set up each time you fly. To much forward on the kite will mean larger wrist rotations which lead to bigger mistakes and over corrections. When turning corners on a horizontal ladder in reverse remember you are switching from one side ways hover to the other whilst travelling. So your hands must change from one hover to the other during the corner. Travelling rotations are clock work while traveling. Focus on the middle of the kite and keep tension on all lines. AGAIN if you are running to much forward it is more difficult.
  9. Bazzer

    Great service

    Your welcome Tommy and thank you for your patience:blue-cool:
  10. Bazzer

    Does anyone use wind meters?

    I trust in the ear hair vibrations!
  11. Bazzer

    Best movie quotes

    Just finished the last episode on Netflix last night. Now what do I make kites to??????????????????
  12. Bazzer

    Best movie quotes

    "Let them Sing" Hunt for Red October. Of Course to say this properly you must speak Connerese. "Let them Shing" "Spam in a can" The Right Stuff "Huston We have a problem" Apollo 13 "you're clear kid, let's blow this joint and go home" Star Wars And my favorite quote from a TV shows "smeghead" Red Dwarf "Some say, he knows two fact about ducks....... and both are wrong" Jeremy Clarkson on Top Gear when talking about the Stig.
  13. Was nice to finally meet and say hello this past Sunday at Lincoln City. Wish we could have stayed and played, but had to go. Hope to learn a thing or two dozen if I bump into you at Chambers Bay. Next fly for me won't be 'till August at Long Beach, but at least I can apply what you've told me and maybe show off a bit.

  14. Bazzer

    Wear Strips

    The mesh on the Mid Vents and Full vents absorb the vibration and scuff during flight.
  15. Bazzer

    Wear Strips

    Hi Darryl, The Standard B Series Pros will all have these strips on them. They are not on Mids or Vented. If you wish for your kite not to have wear strips please make it known on your order. I will more than happily make you a kite that will wear out quicker. Bazzer
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