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Hector Herrera

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About Hector Herrera

  • Birthday 06/06/1949

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    Los Angeles, CA.
  • Favorite Kites
    My home made Quads, Patriotic Rev. Benson's Deep Space, Pro dancer, Prism-Micron stack

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  1. The "No Fear Man" in action, very nice, I like everything especially the part at the ocean waves, that's not easy to do. Just everything is done with Mastery. Thanks you John for this gifts you give us all. Héctor.
  2. Very well done Stephen! that's the one I use, JEJEJEJE... I rather this jejeje or jajaja intead of LOL. it seems that LOL is cold. By the way, how do you say jejeje or jajaja in French? .....jajajaja... I think I've got you... ...
  3. Equipo: "Los choferes Locos"...Hmmm, interesting name, Salut: comment allez-vous ? Damien & Fabrice! I have seen your bridles design before, and I want to know if you are using the last design? or are you still using the one I posted? If you are using the new or last design, How is it performing in team flying and how does it do individually when you go "crazy driving". Can you post a video where we can see you doing tricks, and what kind of bridles you use? if you can post a video of your team it woud be very nice, that way we get to know you better. Merci. Jusqu'à la fois prochaine Hector Herrera Guatemalan KiteFlier de temps.
  4. Yeah, and naturally, me too...I'm quite interested.
  5. As per your request....(and I hope these guys from Revolution don't kick my .... end, for posting them) :confused!: Here they are..."The French Bridles" I guess also known as "Turbo Bridles". Hey guys, if any one of you, try and like those bridles, after I post the drawings, please let me know, just for my own satisfaction. It would make me feel good to know that sharing with you something I found at other forums, it makes you happy. Let's remember that those are not my design, I just copy them from another planet. Thanks guys and gals, Have fun, and start tricking maddly.
  6. Hi everyone, at was afraid, at first, to post this, but then I read John's topic on modifications, and decided to share this with you. I have known of the "French Bridles" for a while now, and just last week I decided to test it in my Old Rev. SUL 1.5, now, modified to Vented Rev. 1.5 and I am totally convinced that the French Bridles, are a mile and some, BETTER, than the regular bridles. "This is only my own personal opinion". With the French Bridles, I could do: GROUND PANCAKES, AXELS, FLIC-FLACS, AND...some good ground recovery, that CANNOT be done with regular bridles. Since videos speak better than words, I am sharing my last experience, with you, I had a lot of fun doing those tricks, over and over, The video is of poor quality, cause I use Microsoft video maker, and my Sony lap top is old, and for been the first time with these bridles in my Revo. 1.5 .......I guess I did pretty good. Anyway, I let you be the judge. http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=74...50519&hl=en Suggestion...try them, (French Bridles), you'll like them. Hector Herrera Mr. Guatemalan KiteFlier. I Fly for Victory.
  7. "leitkante" ...for us in the USA would be the "leading edge"... " (attacking front???) Hey Karl, send us some photos of you, your girl friend and of course your kites, and if you have any videos, even better. In what part of Germany are you at?.
  8. I am so glad that you all fellows, and gals, like the Swimming Kite, and after reading some postings, it seems that most would prefer calm waters... I am the NO FEAR type guy, and it encourage me to try it in rough waters...of course it should be planed in advance, as not to brake the kite, otherwise in not fun anymore, but the simple fact that it could be done in wild waters is tempting ??? Did you know that after learning to fly duals and quads kites, I went to fly Paragliders? NO FEAR. (At least I did the tandem fly, then some lessons in wich I was airborne in my solo flite)... anyone wants to be the first to do it in rough waters and be famous???
  9. Hi Karl: Sorry I am answering so late, but I have not been in this forum lately... Sure, you can show her the photos,... the only thing is that, my kite WAS NOT in any accident, I was doing some stunt kiting flying in and out of the water, and a couple of times I landed the kite on the sand, as you can see. The kite was never into any problems at all.
  10. Are you guys refering to Newport Beach, in California?
  11. SSS.Shoot, at that size, we could probably fly him! Awwwww... Look, that's got to be the cutest kite ever!"
  12. I tought about it,... but the kid might chew on objects, and I didn't want to take any chances. As He grows he is gonna get the real thing obviously. For right now, he is just tossing the kite to the floor. Who knows??? He may be practicing 3D kiting allready... You know..toss first, catch...hmmm...we'll wait for that.
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