I often pull the big Barn Door kite out when the winds seem a bit too boisterous for my other light-wind kites! The 3 spars and 3-point bridle combine to prevent excessive bending in conditions that would test light-wind Sleds or Diamonds. Even so, this kite still turns in some delightful flying in quite light winds.
An American classic from decades past, most onlookers will find the kite mildly interesting because they have never seen a Barn Door before.
It's fun to fly this kite on a long line. Go right up to whatever the legal limit is in your region. For some lucky people in unregulated airspace, that might mean several thousand feet!
The e-book is handy for these reasons...
In addition to basic construction and flying info, the e-book also provides...
Rather than drone on about everything the e-book contains, I'll just let you look over the Table of Contents, below....
This video shows the Dowel Barn Door showing off its stability in fairly chaotic air. Watch the kite float down on its face when the breeze suddenly stops, then take off again in the next gust...
"I enjoy the site very much, and we love the Dowel Barn Door! ... It flew beautifully all of last summer."
- Larry S. (CO, USA)
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